Motorcycle Racing News Isle of Man TT New Isle of Man TT App Available - Watch the Action Live

New Isle of Man TT App Available – Watch the Action Live

New Isle of Man TT App Available - Watch the Action Live
New Isle of Man TT App Available – Watch the Action Live

Isle of Man TT App

You can now follow all the action from the Isle of Man TT Races via your mobile devices – as it happens – with the new free to download Isle of Man TT Races app, available from iTunes and Google Play.

With races now decided by fractions of seconds, you can follow the action as it unfolds wherever you are without missing the developments.

The easy to use app has been designed both for visitors to the Isle of Man as well as race fans worldwide following the action from homes, offices or while out and about.

There are in-depth rider profiles featuring all the leading solo and sidecar riders at your fingertips including fastest lap, podiums and race wins as well as a short career biography.

The app features an interactive map with detailed descriptions of all the key sectors around the 37 3/4 mile course while an “on board” video voiced by TT rider liaison officer, and former race winner, Richard “Milky” Quayle gives you the inside track on tackling the famous TT Mountain Course.

The rolling news feed will keep you informed of all the developments on the track as well as track conditions, weather and all the latest news from the world’s leading road race as well feeds to the TT’s Youtube page while you can debate all the latest stories via the official Twitter and Facebook page and or get up to the minute developments with the RSS feeds.

There is also a live audio link to Manx Radio’s TT broadcast with live qualifying and race commentary as well as the full fortnight of station broadcasts, Chris Kinley’s chat show, competitions and interviews with the stars.

Visitors to the Island will appreciate the campsite listing while users will be able to purchase licensed goods including the latest Isle of Man TT Races merchandise as well as Grandstand and hospitality tickets.

Fans can buy an annual pass to access the comprehensive live timing service for $2.24 (£1.49) that allows you to track the field as they negotiate the mountain course. You can follow the race leaders as they reach each of the six sector points or select your favorite riders to follow.

The annual subscription includes all qualifying and races from this year’s TT Races as well as the Classic TT and Manx Grand Prix that run later in the year.

For $2.24 race fans can also purchase an annual subscription to the ‘Video Pass’ section, which will contain exclusive content including behind the scenes interviews and press conferences as well as archive and current TT race footage.

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