News Isle of Man TT: Official TT Race Program

Isle of Man TT: Official TT Race Program

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The Official TT Program for the 2010 Isle of Man motorcycle races will be available to buy from May 17th from major retail outlets including WH Smith shops in England and various outlets in Ireland and the Isle of Man. It can also be ordered online at

The 126 page full color program is packed with fascinating facts and features alongside stunning photography from some of motorcycling’s leading photographers.

It also comes with the Official TT Race Guide and entry lists and is the perfect way to follow the races, whether on the Island or, listening via the web.

Features in the 2010 program include an insight into the psyche of the top TT racing competitors as the leading contenders reveal in a detailed questionnaire what goes through their minds as they line-up on the grid before the start of a race.

There are also articles on the TT’s fastest female rider Jenny Tinmouth and local hero Conor Cummins.

This year the program also comes with a new addition – a 42 page pocket size Spectators TT Course Guide, which outlines the best viewing points around the course with useful information on both access and local amenities.

The guide includes a detailed description of the course and the best points to catch the action close up provided by Richard ‘Milky’ Quayle, former TT Race winner and currently one of the TT’s Rider Liaison Officers.

The program also catches up with rising star Michael Dunlop and looks at whether he believes he’s under added pressure to keep the Dunlop name on the TT podium.

There’s also a ‘no holds barred’ interview with Ian Hutchinson – winner of two races in a day at last year’s meeting.

The Offical TT Program is priced £12 (~$20 USD) from newsagents and other good retailers from May 17th.

Alternatively they can be ordered from the official website

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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