Our next event: Manx Classic 2013
One sprint, two hillclimbs, three days of great Manx motorsport!
More than eighty-five competitors will take place in this year's Manx Classic, competiting in cars ranging from 1921 to 2010.
Eighty years after the first "Round the Houses" car race in Douglas, the Mannin Moar and Mannin Beg events in 1933, car marques including MG, Riley, Frazer Nash and Bugatti from the same era will once again take to the roads of the Isle of Man, the "Cradle of British Motorsport", during this year's Manx Classic.
Governor's Sprint -- Douglas -- Thursday 25 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 [map].
The Sloc Hillclimb -- Port Erin -- Friday 26 April
The Sloc Hillclimb runs over a section of the A36 road through moorland north of Port Erin and south of the "Round Table" in the Island's southern hills. [map].
Lhergy Frissell Hillclimb -- Ramsey -- Saturday 27 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 [map].
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
Tourism Guide 2012 Booklet
Google Map of the Isle of Man
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