Isle of Man TT TV coverage and live stream info for 2024 event

Photo showing Michael Dunlop
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The Isle of Man TT has finally arrived as the top road racers prepare for battle on the Mountain Course. Riders, teams and fans have descended on the island for what promises to be two weeks of brilliant action.

Qualifying gets under way on Monday, May 27, with the opening race scheduled for Saturday, June 1.

And if the North West 200 is anything to go by, then the battle for victory will be intense.

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Yes, the TT is a staggered start, but with riders racing against the clock it still promises to be a thrilling event.

Here's what you need to know, and how to watch it:

When is it?

The Isle of Man TT runs from Monday, May 27 to Saturday, June 8.

What is it?

The Isle of Man TT is a massive motorcycling event held every May and June on the Isle of Man. It's when the world’s greatest road racers gather to test themselves against the incredible Mountain Course, described on the official IoM website as "a 37.73 mile beast of a course carved out of the island’s public roads".

Who is racing this year?

All the top riders will be competing at the Isle of Man TT including Michael Dunlop, Davey Todd, Peter Hickman, Dean Harrison, John McGuinness and Jamie Coward.

When is qualifying?

Qualifying runs each day from Monday, May 27 to Friday, May 31.

When are the races?

There is racing on Saturday, June 1, Sunday June 2, Tuesday, June 4, Wednesday, June 5, Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June 8.

Qualifying schedule

Race schedule

How can I watch it?

Fans can watch all the action live with a TT+ Live Pass. The Live Pass, is available exclusively through the TT+ streaming platform with a one-off payment of £19.99 which will give you access to every qualifying session and race at TT 2024.

As well as the full live coverage available on TT+, ITV4 will bring viewers in the UK and Ireland almost three weeks worth of coverage. The usual race highlights programming is supported by a Preview Show, Qualifying Highlights, as well as feature programs with Ian Hutchinson and the FHO Racing team.

Any other coverage?

Yes, Belfast Live will be blogging all the action from race week, starting on Saturday, June 1.

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