Isle of Man TT: Revised schedule for Sunday & Monday

Author: Oli Rushby Pics: Pacemaker Press Posted: 06 Jun 2015

Race schedule has changed

The weather has not been on side so far at this year’s Isle of Man TT. High winds forced the postponement of the RST Superbike race and have now led to the cancellation of the entire day’s schedule.

The winds were forecast to die down mid-afternoon and despite conditions improving in Douglas, up on the mountain the wind persisted meaning an emergency helicopter would be unable to land in the event of an emergency.

With safety paramount, Race Director Gary Thompson made the difficult call to cancel the day’s action – rejigging the already revised schedule to run the Superbike race on Sunday and the first Sidecar race, which was schedule to go this afternoon, now moving to Monday.

The Superstock race will now take place Monday morning with the first supersport race taking place later in the evening.

The revised schedule is as follows:

SUNDAY 7th JUNE

12:45 – Roads close Barrule Park, Ramsey to Bungalow
13:00 – Roads close, Bungalow to Creg Ny Baa
13:30 – Roads close rest of course
14:00 – RST Superbike Race (6 laps )
16:20 – RST Parade Lap
16:50 – Roads open except Mountain
17:50 – Roads open around the course

MONDAY 8th JUNE  

09:15 – Roads close Barrule Park to Bungalow
09:30 – Roads close Bungalow to Creg Ny Baa
10:00 – Roads close rest of course
10:45 – Royal London 360 Superstock Race (4 laps )
14:00 – Sure Sidecar Race 1 (3 laps)
15:45 – TT Zero qualifying (1 lap)
17:00 – Roads open around the course
18:00 – Roads closed around the course
18:30 – Monster Energy Race 1 (4 laps) 
21:00 – Roads open

  

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