Sure is revving up for its 18th year as Official Telecommunications Partner for the Isle of Man TT 2024, which is on track to be the best year yet.

Riders will benefit from advanced, cutting-edge technology provided by Sure to improve awareness and safety around the track. Red digital warning flags will be in place to alert riders and marshals when a race has been stopped, and GPS trackers fitted to each bike will provide marshals with constant tracking information.

Last year, the amount of data used by more than 43,000 fans across the TT event was over 100TB - the equivalent of streaming more than 50,000 films on Netflix. Sure is once again offering free WiFi throughout the grandstand and paddock area to ensure spectators can share all their photos and videos in real time and keep up with all the results and event news.

For anyone who can't make it to the TT Mountain Course to witness the high-speed action unfold in person, live coverage of every qualifying session and race at the 2024 event is available exclusively via the TT’s official digital platform, TT+.

Sure Isle of Man Chief Executive Mike Phillips said: “Each year the action of the Isle of Man TT brings a swell of excitement and anticipation to the whole island, and we’re proud to be Official Telecommunications Partner for the 18th time. 

“Our longstanding partnership has made a meaningful difference to the races, as we’re able to contribute to the safety of riders by providing advanced technology such as GPS tracking and digital flags, as well as keeping all the fans connected with fast WiFi speeds so they can share their memories with people around the world.

“This is always a very exciting time of year for the Sure team and we’re looking forward to continuing this partnership for many more years.”

Sophie Lowney, TT & Motorsport Development Manager, said: “Sure’s support over the past 18 years has allowed the TT to thrive and grow to the incredible event that it is today. Not only does the technology provided by Sure enhance safety provision for our riders, but it also makes the TT accessible to people all around the world.”

Pre-tuned TT AM radios will be available to buy from Sure’s Grandstand Shop, which fans can use to hear all race commentary and media coverage of the event. Anyone visiting the Isle of Man for the TT can also purchase a £5 or £10 Pay As You Go SIM pack from the to stay connected during race week.