The Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) is one of the world’s most famous and historic motorcycle road racing events. It takes place annually on the Isle of Man, a small island between Great Britain and Ireland in the Irish Sea. The event has a long and prestigious history, dating back to 1907.
The Isle of Man TT is known for its challenging and demanding Snaefell Mountain Course, a 37.73-mile (60.72 km) circuit that winds through public roads and picturesque countryside. The circuit comprises public roads closed off for the event, creating a unique and thrilling racing experience.
Riders worldwide come to compete in various classes, including Superbike, Supersport, Superstock, and Sidecar races. The races are held over two weeks, with practice sessions and qualifying rounds leading to the primary races. The speeds the riders reach on the course are incredibly high, and the event is known for its challenging and dangerous nature.
The Isle of Man TT attracts thousands of spectators and motorcycle enthusiasts from around the globe who come to witness the thrilling races and experience the event’s unique atmosphere.
It is renowned for its passionate fan base, rich racing heritage, and the bravery and skill of the riders who tackle the demanding circuit. The 2023 event is set to start on Monday, May 29, with qualifying rounds and continue until Saturday, June 10, with the Senior TT as the closing race.
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No Room for Error
If you want more insights into the event, watch the eight-part documentary series “No Room for Error.” It provides a behind-the-scenes look at the racers who participated in the 2022 Isle of Man TT, including John McGuinness MBE, Peter Hickman, Michael Dunlop, Dean Harrison, Lee Johnston, James Hillier, and more.
The series is currently airing on ITV4 and ITVX in the UK, but for fans outside the UK, it will be available on TT Plus, which offers free access to various videos related to the TT.
To stream the live action of the 2023 Isle of Man TT, consider purchasing the TT+ Live Pass package. It provides access to all five days of Qualifying and all six days of Racing. The package allows you to repeatedly rewind, replay, and watch your favourite parts for up to 12 months from the original stream date. The price for the TT+ Live Pass package is $29.99 in the US, but it may vary by region and currency.