With less than 150 days to go until the start of the 2020 Isle of Man TT Races, entries for the World’s Ultimate Road Race have opened today.

The 101st edition of the Tourist Trophy marks the start of a new era of entertainment when it bursts into life on Saturday 30th May with the all-new Party In The Park - a brand new event that will see riders and teams take to the stage to provide insight, analysis and gossip ahead of the first qualifying session which takes place on Sunday 31st May.

A week of qualifying reaches an exciting climax in a new afternoon session on Friday 5th June, introduced to give riders more time on the TT Course, give teams more time to prepare machinery for the first day of racing, reduce the strain on Marshals and Officials, and minimise disruption for local residents and businesses.

The TT Qualifying Party then brings Qualifying Week to a close in real style and opens the weekend’s festivities with a bang, in an all-new event headlined by not one, but two of the UK’s top radio and TV personalities, as Reggie Yates and Laura Whitmore bring their DJ skills to the TT and treat fans to a packed multi-genre set.

Four days of racing action begins on Saturday 6th June with the curtain-raising RST Superbike TT Race over 6 laps and the first 3wheeling.media Sidecar TT Race over a 3-lap distance.

Monday 8th June sees the first 4-lap Monster Energy Supersport TT Race get away at 11:45 and is followed by the RL360 Superstock TT Race later that day.

The third race day on Wednesday 10th June features the second Supersport Race of the week as well as the Bennetts Lightweight TT Race – both held over a 4-lap distance.

Two weeks of on-course action then culminates on Friday 12th June with the second 3-lap Sidecar encounter followed by the blue-riband, 6-lap Senior TT Race. A thrilling day of racing is then rounded off by an epic night of music at the TT Closing Party headlined by the world-famous Sister Bliss and her FAITHLESS DJ Set.

The 2020 Isle of Man TT Races then draws to a close on Saturday 13th June with the Champions Presentation in the TT Fan Park, where presentations for the second Sidecar encounter and the Senior TT Races brings the curtain down on TT 2020 in fitting style.

Tickets for the 2020 Isle of Man TT Races are now on sale via the Official TT website - iomttraces.com.

These include Official Grandstand Tickets, Race Day Hospitality Packages in the TT Mercury Club, Official Fan Events including the new TT Fan Pass and TT MotoGP Lunch, plus Official Entertainment Events. Stay up to date with all the latest TT news by subscribing to the Official Isle of Man TT Races Newsletter.