The Isle of Man TT is by far one of the most legendary – and notorious – racing events in the world of motorsport. For two weeks, the tranquil and picturesque landscape of the Isle of Man is transformed into a road racing circuit where motorbikes fly by at speeds in excess of 150 miles per hour. Since its first race in 1907, the Isle of Man TT has been the scene of much trial and tribulation for both manufacturers and privateers.
For the 2023 season, the Isle of Man TT will take place from May 29 to June 10, 2023, registration for the Tourist Trophy is now open. This year’s racing series marks the 102nd edition of the Trophy, with the event having run continuously since its inception save for a few years skipped due to the two world wars and more recently the COVID-19 pandemic
The 2023 Isle of Man TT returns with a revised schedule consisting of ten races. The first week of the event consists of qualification. The morning runs consist of untimed free practice sessions, while timed qualifying sessions take place in the afternoon. The evening qualifying sessions will take place from May 30th to June 1st, while the final qualifying sessions are scheduled for June 2nd, 2023
The much-anticipated middle weekend now has three Run instead of just two, starting on Saturday 3rd June with the Monster Energy Supersport and 3 Sidecar TT Races, followed by Sunday 4th June with the RST Superbike TT. With the weekend wrapped up, Monday will serve as the first rest day ahead of four midweek races: the first RL360 Superstock race and Supertwin race on Tuesday 6th June and the second Supersport and Sidecar race on Wednesday 7th June. June.
A second day of rest is observed on Thursday ahead of a refreshed final race weekend. The second Superstock and Supertwin races will draw large crowds on Friday June 9th, the island’s traditional bank holiday, before a day of celebration and the Milwaukee Senior TT, the main event, the 2023 Isle of Man TT races on Saturday June round off 10.