Comeback King John McGuinness is the cover star and there’s also an in-depth feature with the ‘Morecambe Missile’ and perennial rival Ian Hutchinson where the pair swap notes on their battle back to fitness and their ambitions for this year’s TT.
Dean Harrison and Peter Hickman reflect on their stunning final lap head to head in last year’s Senior TT Race as the pair re-visit the Mountain Course and share personal insights in a searingly frank analysis of their record-breaking lap.
Dave Molyneux goes back to his old school in Kirk Michael and regales pupils with stories from his TT career, and how he is planning to return to add to his 17 race victories thirty years after his first TT race win while two riders at the opposite end of their TT career - the next generation of TT stars – Davey Todd and Derek McGee share their fledgling TT experiences to date.
This year’s programme carries interviews with two of the most popular riders in the paddock – James Hillier and Horst Saiger. James reveals what motivates him to continue competing at the front of the field with the same Bournemouth Kawasaki team that he’s represented for the last ten years while Horst talks about how he has finally found nirvana with the TT.
The essential guide to all of the on-track race action as well as the timetable for the best of the festival and entertainment programme including the ‘Monster Energy Mayhem Compound’ is captured in the full colour 104-page Official programme publication. The ‘What’s On’ section includes details of how to pick-up last-minute tickets for Official Experiences and Events including VIP Hospitality and Grandstand tickets as well as Comedy and Live music shows.
The accompanying, easy to carry A5 Race Guide, which features 18-time TT Race winner Michael Dunlop on the cover, exclusively carries the full entry lists for every one of the nine TT Races. The 64-page publication includes a detailed preview of every race, a guide to qualifying, racing profiles of all of the seeded riders in every race, a course map, detailed spectator guide and the current lap and race records around the Mountain Course – your essential preview to this year’s Racing.
The programme is available to order exclusively via the Official Isle of Man TT Races Store for delivery worldwide, and will be on-shelf in newsagents and other retailers across the Isle of Man from Friday 17th May priced at £18.
Tickets for the 2019 events are now on sale via the Official iomttraces.com website including Official Grandstand Tickets, VIP Hospitality Experiences, and Official Entertainment Events. You can stay up to date with all the latest TT news by subscribing to the Official Isle of Man TT Races Newsletter.