News 2010 IoM TT Races: VIP Packages

2010 IoM TT Races: VIP Packages

TT Race VIP

The 2010 Isle of Man TT motorcycle race VIP packages are already close to being sold out and fans and companies are encouraged to sign up for the packages while there are still places available. Hospitality and Grandstand Tickets can be purchased directly from Regency Travel, the Official TT Road Racing Travel Partner.

VIP guests are treated to seeing the top 3 TT motorcycle racers from each race in the hospitality area shortly after each race as well as hearing opinions, anecdotes and thoughts from celebrities and ex riders. Last year Valentino Rossi, Giacamo Agostini, Murray Walker and Bradley Smith dropped into the Hospitality area and Moto GP stars Jorge Lorenzo and Angel Nieto are already confirmed to watch Senior Race Day this year while further VIP visitors will be announced shortly.

The package also offers reserved grandstand seating for the races; a bird’s eye view from the hospitality suite rooftop, access to the TT racing paddock, exclusive rider appearances and race day competitions with money can’t buy prizes. Guests will also receive a special souvenir TT gift pack that includes official merchandise, the official TT program, a race guide and an earpiece radio tuned to Manx Radio’s ‘Radio TT’, the official TT radio station.

The VIP Club Hospitality only packages are priced at £225 (~$360 USD) plus VAT per guest. The deal grants exclusive access to the TT VIP Club where many of the VIP guests and motorcycling stars will mingle with fans and businesses. The TT VIP Club is located trackside in Noble’s Park and has capacity for 200 guests.

The VIP Club Hospitality Package offers the guests all day access to the Hospitality Suite. This includes a complementary bar open during licensing hours, breakfast served until 10am and a gourmet hot and cold buffet lunch prepared by first class chefs. Tickets can be purchased individually or booked as tables of eight.

The Hospitality packages are available for each of the four motorcycle race days at the 2010 TT Races. Saturday 5th June sees the prestigious Pokerstars TT Superbike Race and the first Sure Sidecar Race, Monday 7th June features the Royal London 360° Superstock Race and the first Monster Energy Supersport Race.

The second Supersport and second Sidecar Races are scheduled to take place on Wednesday 9th June along with the clean emissions TT Zero Race and the week finishes on Friday 11th with the Dainese Senior Race, Suzuki 50th Anniversary Parade and TT Classic Parade.

Places can be reserved in the TT VIP Club for the motorcycle racing action now by calling +44 1624 694456 or email sales@regencytravelholidays.com

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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