Isle of Man TT bosses unveil radical plans for 2022 and 2023| David Miller | TT and Roads
Isle of Man TT boss Paul Phillips has today unveiled radical plans for the festival’s future which include a two-stage update of the schedule and live TV broadcast.
Phillips and his team have been working on the upgrades since 2019 and for 2023, visitors will see all classes get two races (click here).
In what is the biggest change, all sessions from the first flag of practice to the Senior chequered flag, will be broadcast on the TT own live platform (click here).
The Lightweight TT will become the Supertwin TT to go with new regulations, while the Sidecar class is also set to benefit from an evolution of its rules and eligibility (click here).
There will also be he introduction of TT fan park which Phillips says will give visitors access to their heroes.
“For those making the pilgrimage to the Island, the introduction of the TT Fan Park is set to transform rest days and time away from the track by gifting fans even greater access to their heroes,” said Phillips.
“Boasting full and uninterrupted live coverage on the big screen, fans can anticipate two whole weeks of lively entertainment, including live music, signing sessions, games, competitions and more.
“Also included in the Park’s itinerary are the famous TT prize presentations – just one of many features that promise to connect fans with their favourite competitors through the fortnight.”
All the details will be unveiled to the public at 7pm this evening on this here player: