Green light for TT2019 as the countdown to next year’s festival begins in earnest this weekend as the event is launched at Motorcycle Live.

The new Official Website at will be launched fully this weekend with all the latest event news, statistics, in depth rider profiles, information, history, and schedules. You can also be the first to hear breaking news and view spectacular action from the TT Mountain Course via the TT’s new Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube channels - @ttracesofficial.

Fans will be able to secure tickets on-line to all the best action on and off the track from 10am (GMT) on Saturday 17th November including VIP Hospitality Experiences, live event tickets as well as tickets for the Official Grandstands. Fans can also buy TT and Classic TT tickets and discuss a trip to next year’s TT with the organising team at Motorcycle Live itself by visiting the TT Experience Stand located in Hall 2.

Many of the leading TT riders will be appearing at Motorcycle Live, with record-breaking duo Peter Hickman and Dean Harrison who both broke the outright lap record – Hickman spectacularly on his last lap of the PokerStars Senior TT Race to snatch the race from long time race leader Harrison – heading that list.

Other TT stars attending include 23 time champion John McGuinness, Honda Racing’s Ian Hutchinson, Lee Johnston , Conor Cummins, Davy Todd, Michael Rutter  and James Hillier amongst many others.

The Birchall brothers Ben and Tom - double 2018 TT Race winners and outright lap record holders - head the sidecar line up while multiple World Champion Tim Reeves, passenger Mark Wilkes, veteran driver John Holden and passenger Lee Cain will all be representing the class at the event.

You can see close up, and be pictured with, the priceless and iconic Senior TT Trophy, one of the world’s most instantly recognisable sporting trophies and f that’s not enough, you can get a unique insight into racing the Mountain Course from former TT winner and Rider Liaison Officer Richard ‘Milky’ Quayle who will be talking through spectacular on board laps on a high definition, high adrenaline giant screen.

Fans will also get the chance to experience what it’s like to head down Bray Hill for themselves as the hugely realistic multi-platform TT game ‘Ride on the Edge’ will be on the stand with two playable kiosks available for visitors to try and beat the legends.

Motorcycle Live will culminate with the now traditional ‘TT Day’ on the last day of the show - Sunday 25th November, where TT themed content will dominate the day.

Advance tickets for Motorcycle Live are now available from or on the day from the Event Box Office. The TT Experience Stand is in Hall 2, stand number 2D25.

Tickets for TT 2019 will go on sale from 10am on Saturday 17th November 2018 via the Official website including Official Grandstand Tickets, VIP Hospitality Experiences, and Official Entertainment Events.