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Isle of Man TT 2025

Draft Practice/Qualifying & Race Schedule, Accommodation & Travel

 

2025 Practice & Qualifying Schedule

NOTE: These dates are official but the times to be confirmed.

The ferry company Steam Packet's 2025 sailings were made available to book at 0830 local time on Monday 20th May 2024. More information here.

Our 2025 accommodation is now available. More information here.

Day 1 Qualifying: Monday 26th May 2025

Time TBC (likely to be circa 1000 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Newcomer Sighting Laps
Time TBC Superbike / Superstock / Supersport Qualifying
Time TBC Supersport / Supertwin Qualifying
Time TBC Sidecar Qualifying

Day 2 Qualifying: Tuesday 27th May 2025

Time TBC (probably 1800 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Superbike / Superstock / Supersport Qualifying
Time TBC Sidecar Qualifying
   

Day 3 Qualifying: Wednesday 28th May 2025

Time TBC (probably 1800 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Superbike / Superstock / Supersport Qualifying
Time TBC Supersport / Supertwin Qualifying
Time TBC Sidecar Qualifying
   

Day 4 Qualifying: Thursday 29th May 2025

Time TBC (probably 1800 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Superbike / Superstock / Supersport Qualifying
Time TBC Sidecar Qualifying
   

Day 5 Qualifying: Friday 30th May 2025

Time TBC (probably 1230 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Superbike / Superstock / Supersport Qualifying
Time TBC Supersport / Supertwin Qualifying
Time TBC Sidecar Qualifying
   

2025 Race Schedule

These are the official dates but no times have been released yet.

 

Day 1 Racing: Saturday 31st May 2025

Time TBC (probably circa 1000 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Solo Morning Warm Up - 1 Lap

Time TBC

Monster Energy Supersport Race 1

Time TBC

3wheeling
.media Sidecar Race 1 
   

Day 2 Racing: Sunday 1st June 2025

Time TBC but probably 0930 hours The TT Legacy Lap where you can ride the mountain course on your own bike in convoy (TBC)
Time TBC (probably 0930 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Solo Morning Warm Up - 1 Lap
Time TBC RST Superbike TT
   

Monday 2nd June 2025

No racing

Day 3 Racing: Tuesday 3rd  June 2025

Time TBC (probably circa 1000 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Solo Morning Warm Up - 1 Lap
Time TBC Sidecar Shake Down - 1 lap
Time TBC RL360 Superstock Race 1
Time TBC Supertwin Race 1

Day 4 Racing: Wednesday 4th June 2025

Time TBC (probably 1000 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Monster Energy Supersport Race 2
Time TBC 3wheeling
.media Sidecar Race 2
   

Thursday 5th June 2025

No racing

Day 5 Racing: Friday 6th June 2025

Time TBC (probably circa 1000 hours) Roads Closed
Time TBC Solo Morning Warm Up - 1 Lap
Time TBC PE Superstock Race 2
Time TBC Entire Cover Supertwin Race 2

Day 6 Racing: Saturday 7th June 2025

Time TBC (possibly 1000 hours but could be later) Roads Closed
Time TBC Milwaukee Senior TT
   

Be Aware

These dates will be subject to change at short notice due to external elements such as the weather.

Do factor this into any decisions you make about your stay.

For example here is a table we have compiled of how the 2024 racing was affected by the weather and other incidents.

 

What about getting to the Isle of Man?

Two choices - you can either book the Steam Packet ferry or fly.

 

When can I Book a Ferry?

There is always huge demand for the ferries and if this is your travel choice then you need to book this as soon as they are available.

 

When will the 2025 Ferry Tickets be Available?

The 2025 tickets went on sale Monday 20th May 2024 at 0830 local time. More information is available here.

 

What about Flights?

Flights are normally much easier to book and direct flights are generally available from:

  • Belfast (City & International)
  • Birmingham
  • Bristol
  • Dublin
  • Edinburgh
  • Liverpool
  • London City, Gatwick, Heathrow & Luton
  • Manchester

What about Transport from the Airport?

Public transport or a taxi are your main options.

The airport has its own page devoted to this.

If you plan to use a bus then take a look at this website which shows the location of all the buses on the island and is updated every 10 seconds. You can see where your bus is.

Accommodation

With over 45,000 people flocking to the island for the TT, accommodation becomes tricky and potentially very expensive. Hotels and B&Bs are always in very short supply (often booked a year in advance).

A significant alternative is camping if you want to bring your own gear and there are a number of campsites available.

Also available, and becoming much more popular, is pre-erected camping and glamping where companies provide everything for you.

We are such a company and have been doing this since 2009 both  in the UK and across Europe covering F1, MotoGP and now the TT (since 2018).

You will enjoy the most relaxing and hassle free Isle of Man TT ever by staying with us in our lovely pre-pitched camping tent or luxurious glamping accommodation including cosy cabins. Let us be your raceside home from home!

isle of man tt campsite with intentsGP
intentsgp isle of man tt campsite location

Our Glamping Tents & Cosy Cabins  for the 2025 races are now on sale

 

Steve Nice, UK (2024)

I found the whole experience very positive. The staff were very friendly, welcoming and helpful. Everything was cleaned on a regular basis which considering the number of visitors was excellent. I would definitely revisit.

William Lupton, UK (2024)

If you can’t find a house , this , in my opinion is second best ! Really enjoyed our week there . Thanks

Southern 100 Racing

There's actually racing other than on the TT Circuit.

There are also the Southern 100 Races just before and one possibly after the TT.

The races will take place on the three days just prior to the TT qualifying week.

There may also be a race on the day after the Senior TT race.

Why not stay with us for these races? You will benefit from our cheaper accommodation rates and the ferries/flights are likely to be cheaper and easier to book.

More information on the S100 is available here.

The 2025 details will be added after the 2024 racing.