The Isle Of Man TT boasts over 100 years of history, with traditions and legends that attract visitors every year to this prestigious event. The TT races captures the imagination in a unique way that is equaled by no other race with thousands of fans visiting the Isle Of Man every May and June for their annual fix.
TT 2018 is scheduled for 26 May – 08 June 2018, join in with the fans and enjoy the intoxicating two weeks of non stop adrenalin pumping motor sport, set amongst the beautiful scenery of the Isle of Man.
If you are considering a trip to the Isle of Man TT why not start planning now. Be sure to schedule some time for a visit to the south of the Island, pop into Port Erin and enjoy historic sites, beautiful scenery and hikes. You will find Cafe Red a must on your visit to the south, the friendly staff will make sure you feel welcome, enjoy their acclaimed world class coffee take time to refuel with welcome meal.
Get in on the action, watch at least one session from TT Grandstand in Douglas, enjoy view of the start and finish as motorcycle pass you at 170mph-plus, or visit the paddock, meet competitors and watch the teams at work. There is plenty of parking within easy walking distance of the TT Grandstand so this is always a favourite with the fans.
Other popular spots to watch are Quarter Bridge and Braddan Bridge area – with fantastic views and facilities such as toilets and refreshments. Organisers may request a small entrance fee or donation. Be aware that there are restrictions in some areas, safety always comes first so if you are not sure ask, the list of areas where spectating is restricted or prohibited is regularly updated to further improve safety for fans, marshals and competitors. The famous TT Mountain Course is made up of almost 40 miles of public roads that are closed for qualifying and race sessions.
A complete list of Prohibited and Restricted Areas for the 2018 Isle of Man Classic TT presented by Bennetts can be downloaded by following the link below.
Enjoy your visit to the Isle Of Man and stay safe