2016 Classic TT Races – Practice/Race Schedule

2016 Classic TT Races – Practice/Race Schedule

The full practice/race schedule for the 2016 Classic TT Races, which is scheduled to get underway this evening.

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Photo by Louis Porter

Saturday 20th August

5:20-5:45 PM Newcomers speed controlled lap
5:30-6:25 PM Lightweight/Superbike practice
6:30-7:25 PM Junior/Senior practice

Monday 22nd August

6:20-7:05 PM Lightweight/Superbike practice
7:10-7:45 PM Junior/Senior practice
7:48-8:05 PM Newcomers practice

Tuesday 23rd August

6:20-7:05 PM Junior/Senior practice
7:10-7:45 PM Lightweight/Superbike practice

Wednesday 24th August

6:20-7:05 PM Lightweight/Superbike practice
7:10-7:45 PM Junior/Senior practice

Thursday 25th August

6:20-7:10 PM Junior/Senior practice
7:15-8:00 PM Lightweight/Superbike practice

Friday 26th August

6:20-7:10 PM Lightweight/Superbike practice
7:15-8:00 PM Junior/Senior practice

Saturday 27th August

11:30 PM Senior Race 4 laps
1:55-2:35 PM Junior/Superbike practice 1 lap
2:45-3:25 PM Vintage Motor Cycle Club Parade lap
4:15 PM Lightweight Race 4 laps

Monday 29th August

10:15 PM Junior Race 4 laps
2:00 PM Superbike Race 4 laps
4:00-4:30 PM Classic TT Lap of Honour

If the conditions around the Mountain Course are correct, tonight will see Dan Kneen, Dan Stewart, Dan Cooper, Anthony Redmond and Timothee Monot make their debut’s on two stroke machinery around the most famous road racing circuit in the world.

Tonight could also mark Michael Dunlop’s first appearance on the Black Eagle Racing MV Agusta’s, as the 13 times TT winner begins his quest to add Senior and Junior classic TT victories, to his already golden roads record.

Words by Stevie Rial

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