Last Minute Opportunity to be part of a small group to the ManxGP
Paul's in Europe on another tour and is arriving into London on the 23rd of August then across to the Isle for 5 nights from the 24th to the 29th of August.
- Flying London to Isle of Man return
- 5 Nights Camping
- View 1 practice session & the 3 days of racing
- Visit Jurby Day at Jurby Airfield featuring vintage racing/parade
- Optional trip from London to Birmingham to visit the National Motorcycle Museum on the 30th
If you'd like to tag along as part of a small group contact us for details and pricing on email@example.com or ring Paul on 0429721177.
IOMTODAY Thursday 27th July 2023 7:17 pm
A number of events are being arranged in conjunction with the centenary of the Manx Grand Prix next month.
On Thursday, August 24, there will be a past-winners reception at Government House from midday. Invited guests only. At approximately 1.30 His Excellency, Sir John Lorimer, will take part in a ride out of past winners from Government House, on open roads, to the west of the island for Peel Day on the quayside.
The Lightweight MGP race will take place over four laps of the Mountain Course on the Friday afternoon starting at 2.40pm.
Saturday, August 26 will be a busy day, starting at 11.30am with a warm-up lap of the course for all competitors.
This will be followed at 12.45pm by the Senior Classic race over four laps, then a Legends of the Manx Grand Prix parade lap.
The Junior MGP race will be over four laps from 3.15pm.
Sunday will also be busy with an early start for the MGP Supporters Club celebration lap of the TT course, on open roads, leaving from the Grandstand at 9.30am.
Jurby Day, organised by Andreas Racing Association, is reverting to the Sunday at Jurby Airfield and will include at least three races in addition to vintage parades, stalls, displays and other items of interest.
There will also be a display of racing bikes at the Villa Marina Colonnade, Douglas Promenade from 6pm.
The MGP centenary weekend will conclude Monday, August 28 with two more races over the Snaefell Mountain Course.
There will be a warm-up lap for all competitors from 10.15am, followed by the Senior MGP race at 11.30 and the Classic Superbike at 2.15pm. Both over four laps.
Static display of racing bikes on Sunday aug 27
As part of the centenary celebrations, a static display of racing bikes will take place on Douglas Promenade on the evening of Sunday, August 27.
The event, which will be in the vicinity of the Villa Marina Colonnade, is being organised by the Manx Motor Cycle Club in conjunction with the local section of the Vintage MCC starting at 6pm.
The clubs would like to display as many bikes as possible, representing all eras of racing on the iconic Mountain Course.
Thu 24 Aug
18:00: Roads Close
18:30: Senior & Classic Superbike Qualifying
19:15: Junior, Lightweight & Classic Senior Qualifying
Fri 25 Aug
12:30: Roads Close
13:00: Senior & Classic Superbike Qualifying
13:30: Junior, Lightweight & Classic Senior Qualifying
14:40: Sure Lightweight Manx Grand Prix - 3 laps
Sat 26 Aug
11:00: Roads Close
11:30: Warm Up Lap
12:45: Carole Nash Classic Senior Manx Grand Prix - 4 laps
15:00: 'Made at the Manx Grand Prix' Parade - More details
16:00: MGP Supporters Club Junior Manx Grand Prix - 4 laps
Mon 28 Aug
09:30: Roads Close
10:15: Warm Up Lap
11:30: Mylchreest Group Senior Manx Grand Prix - 4 laps
14:15: RST Classic Superbike Manx Grand Prix - 4 laps