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The Isle of Man TT will be shown live and in full for the first time when road racing returns to the island in the UK's Irish Sea in 2022.
The iconic road race returns after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2021 Isle of Man TT has been cancelled due to ongoing uncertainty surrounding the development of COVID-19 pandemic.
Introducing the Diamond Races, the all-new road racing festival set to be hosted on the Isle of Wight in October 2021.
The legendary TT, the world's oldest motorcycle race, brings in around £7 million a year in revenues and economic benefit to the Isle of Man. This year it was cancelled due to the Coronavirus crisis, disappointing the 50,000 fans who attend the event and millions who follow it around the world.
A Virtual Isle of Man TT Esports event has been launched, with line-up of eight real-world riders headed by five-time TT winner Peter Hickman taking part.
The varying success of racing video game sequels has left fans with cautious optimism over the potential of Kylotonn’s upcoming release – TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2.
Motorsport.com selects its top 20 bike racing competitors of 2019, with the first half of the countdown featuring riders from MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, World Superbike, national-level series and road racing.
The Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix has been cancelled after two crashes caused red flags while Peter Hickman was leading.
Just two weeks after breaking his pelvis at the Southern 100, 19-times Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop secured two victories on his return to the Armoy Road Races.
Multiple Isle of Man TT race winner Bruce Anstey will make his return to racing in next month's Classic TT, having been absent from competition since 2018 due to illness.
Multiple Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop says he is “back on my feet” having broken his pelvis in a crash during a Superbike race at the Southern 100 last week.
Dean Harrison dominated the 2019 Southern 100 with six victories, including the Solo Championship race, while Michael Dunlop endured a difficult return.
Multiple Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop will return to the Isle of Man’s Southern 100 races in a fortnight's time, despite suffering a “serious” injury in a Rally Donegal crash that will mean he misses this weekend’s Pikes Peak Hillclimb in the USA.
John McGuinness says he was “surprised, disappointed” by the problems he suffered during the 2019 Isle of Man TT with the Norton in the Superbike and Lightweight classes.
Dean Harrison admits that repeated weather disruptions during the Isle of Man TT fortnight caused him to "lose his way" before he rebounded to win the flagship Senior TT event.
Peter Hickman says Isle of Man TT scrutineers “ruined” his Senior race, having forced him into running his problematic Superbike after they stripped down his Superstock bike on Thursday.
Dean Harrison eased to his first Superbike win after beating long-time leader Peter Hickman, whose BMW developed a late fault, in the Isle of Man Senior TT.
An injured Michael Dunlop admits he has “struggled” to come back to the Isle of Man TT almost a year on from the death of his elder brother William.
Michael Dunlop won his 19th Isle of Man TT race, after beating Jamie Coward by 1.2 seconds in a thrilling two-lap Lightweight race.
Peter Hickman stormed to his second win of the day after dominating the postponed Isle of Man TT Superstock race on the brand-new S1000RR BMW.
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