Friday, 4 June 2010

TT 2010 ISLE OF MAN , WHERE TO WATCH IT ON TV AND FIND OUT LATEST NEWS

AFTER A WEEK OF PRACTICE THE MAIN RACES KICK OFF TOMORROW.
TT RADIO HERE
The Isle of Man during TT week is a magical place to be, sitting outside a pub drinking beer only inches from the road, with only a piece of rope between you and the bikes flashing past
at 170 mph, echoing a wall of thundering noise all around, the sights, the sounds and the smell of burning Castrol R, enough to give any biker a high to last a life time!!!!
I've been to the TT many times but sadly missing it this year, the impact of riding your bike on the same roads as the racers has you thinking just how the hell can they average 130 Mph, on such twisting, narrow, bumpy country roads, it's just mind blowing!


TT LIVE HERE

WATCH ON TV

In Britain, fans will be able to follow all the action on ITV4 with regular highlights programmes throughout the festival.

ITV4 will show an hour-long highlights package every night from Thursday June 3 to Friday June 11. The programme will start at 9pm each evening, except on June 11 when it will start at 10pm. ITV4 will also broadcast to hour-long highlights programmes on Sunday June 13, starting at 7pm. Other TT-related programmes are planned for the festival - check your listings for details.

While details of some international broadcast plans have been confirmed, but others are yet to be finalised. As soon as information is available it will be posted here, so please keep checking back for updates.

International

Australia - Network 10

Friday June 4 10.30pm (Sydney); Saturday June 5 9.00pm(Sydney)/all other markets after AFL+MotoGP Qualifying commitments; Sunday June 6 5.30pm; Monday June 7 10.40pm; Tuesday June 8 11.00pm; Wednesday June 9 10.30pm; Thursday June 10 11.00pm; Friday June 11 10.30pm; Saturday June 12 5.00pm; Highlights shows - details TBC.

USA - Discovery networks

Ireland - Setanta

Fri 4th

easy run with tess on the velvet trail, warm and sunny.

= 41.31


4 comments:

Ewen said...

I'm looking forward to it Rick. Starts tonight on One HD (Ten network's HD channel). I heard someone is taking one of the MotoGP Ducatis around the course.

Richard said...

You can't beat the sound of the v-twins on a road course. I remember watching Joey Dunlop on a VTR-SP1 in 2000 at the Northwest 200. Even though it was off the pace all the hairs on the back of your neck stand up as it passes.

Scott Keeps Running said...

I don't think I've ever seen anything go that fast in person. I imagine it's amazing. I don't understand how they make the twists and turns - amazing.

RICK'S RUNNING said...

Yes you can't beat the sound of of a Duke [ maybe a open pipe Triumph speed triple?]wonderful :]
Yes Scott most average people would have trouble averaging 60 mph round the 37 mile TT course, but to see the racers average 130mph plus, takes your breath away!