Isle of Man TT – More Ways to Follow
A new digital era is dawning for the Isle of Man TT Races, meaning only one thing for fans around the world – more action, more access and more adrenaline. But best of all more ways to follow the world’s ultimate road race.
LIVE COVERAGE ON TT+
LIVE VIDEO PASS
TT 2022 will mark a significant moment in the 115-year history of the Isle of Man TT Races with the introduction of live coverage – available via the TT+ Live Pass. Live coverage will transform the way thousands of fans follow the races with all the action and reaction delivered straight to your smart TV or device.
The TT+ Live Pass will be available for a one-off payment of £14.99*, which will give you access to every qualifying session and race at TT 2022, as well as all the insight and analysis that goes with it. Delivering the live broadcast will be a 200-strong production team capturing all the action via various locations trackside. All-new kerb-cams will also bring a different angle and the addition of a second heli-cam will capture all the drama and speed across the 37.73-mile course.
Presenting the TT live broadcast is an experienced team, including TT regulars, Matt Roberts and Amy Williams, both hugely respected presenters thanks to their work in motorcycling and the Winter Olympics respectively. A new face to the TT, however, is Jennie Gow – the highly acclaimed journalist and broadcaster set to anchor the live coverage.
Behind the race commentary, meanwhile, is Dave Moore. The TT regular will this year be sharing commentating duties with Andrew Coley, whose credits include FIA World Rally Cross, MotoGP and Goodwood Festival of Speed. Joining Dave and Andrew as pundits are double TT winners, Cameron Donald and Steve Plater.
The Live Pass will be available to buy on the TT’s own digital channel (TT+) which launches in spring. So, wherever you are based, as long as you have a suitable device and an internet connection, you’ll be able to follow TT 2022 live. How amazing is that?