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Our next event: Manx Classic 2015
One sprint, two hillclimbs, three days of great Manx motorsport!

Governor's Sprint -- Douglas -- Thursday 23 April
The Governor's Sprint starts from the pit lane at the world-famous TT Grandstand on Glencrutchery Road in Douglas, travels through the Governor's Dip and finishes on the A18 Mountain Road, near The Nook on the TT Course 'old road' near Onchan.

Creg Willey's Hillclimb -- Glen Helen -- Friday 24 April
Creg Willey's runs through Glen Helen, north of Ballig Bridge on the TT course, before negotiating Creg Willey's hill, past Sarah's Cottage and on to Lambfell, finishing on the Cronk-y-Voddy straight. The course is approx 1.45 miles.

Lhergy Frissell Hillclimb -- Ramsey -- Saturday 25 April
Lhergy Frissell Hillclimb takes the world-famous TT course out of Ramsey, through the famous Ramsey Hairpin, Waterworks and Gooseneck corners. The longest hillclimb in Great Britain, it encorporates part of the original Gordon Bennett Eliminating Trails course of 1904 and the original (car) TT course, from 1905 onwards. The course is approx 1.48 miles.

View all three courses on google maps.

Spectator Information
Spectators are very welcome to come along to view the Governor's Sprint in Douglas and the Lhergy Frissell hillclimb in Ramsey.

Both venues are very accessible and have various good viewing points for spectators. Viewing is free of charge at both venues. The Friday event is not easily accessible, nor does it have any parking facilities, and is therefore unsuitable for spectators.

Warning: Motorsport can be dangerous. Despite the organisers taking all reasonable precautions, unavoidable accidents can happen, in respect of these you are present at your own risk

Thursday 23 April
Governor's Sprint, TT Grandstand, Douglas: Roads closed 12 noon to 3pm and 6pm to 9.30pm

Saturday 25 April
Lhergy Frissell Hillclimb, part of A18 Mountain Road, out of Ramsey: Roads closed 9am to 6pm

Please get to your spectator point in good time before roads close and please park considerately well away from the course, bearing in mind local residents and that emergency vehicles may need to get past your vehicle.

Please be aware that the Manx Classic is held on closed public roads, under the Road Races Act. Once the roads are closed there is strictly no access on to the road, including pavements and verges, within the closure area, for the whole of the closure period. Please listen to and respect the wishes of the marshals and officials on duty regards access and spectating. Enjoy the event!

Road Closures
The Manx Motor Racing Club wishes to thank all local residents and businesses for their understanding and support.

Thursday 23 April -- Road Closed: 12 noon to 3pm and 6pm to 9.30pm
Glencrutchery Road (from the cemetery), through to Governor’s Bridge and up Bemahague Road (A18) to its junction with West Drive, including both the old TT road and the new road.

Friday 24 April -- Road Closed: 9am to 5pm
A3 Castletown to Ramsey Road from Ballig Bridge to its junction with Cronk y Voddy crossroads.

Saturday 25 April -- Road Closed: 9am to 6pm
A18 Mountain Road in Ramsey from Barrule Park to 26th Milestone.

For more information see the Road Closure Notice [pdf] or the IOM Roadwatch website

If you have any questions regarding these road closures please contact the Club by email: mmrc@manx.net

Travel & Accomodation Links

Ferry travel (daily from Liverpool and Heysham, Lancs): Steam Packet website
Flights to and from the UK and Ireland: Isle of Man airport webiste
General tourist Info: Visit Isle of Man
Accommodation Isle of Man Tourism
Google Map of the Isle of Man

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If you would like to receive regular updates about our events please send your email address to us at: mmrc@manx.net

Contact us by post at:
Manx Motor Racing Club Limited
PO Box 359, Douglas
Isle of Man IM99 3EU

Call us on: 01624 670150