ACUE To Continue TT Organiser Role For Next Ten Years

ACUE To Continue TT Organiser Role For Next Ten Years

With just past fifty days till TT 2024, a major announcement in relation to the TT Races future has been publicised, as the ACUE (Auto Cycle Union Events Ltd) retains the role of race organiser for the next ten years.

Since 2008, the ACU events department has had responsibility for keeping the TT’s racing activities on track.

Commenting about the continuation of the ACU events-TT tie up, which will now stretch to twenty-five years, TT Races Clerk of The Course Gary Thompson MBE BEM, stated:

“It’s an honour for ACU Events Ltd to continue in the role of TT Race Organiser. It’s a long-standing position that we have held, and we are extremely proud to continue to do so.

Understandably our work comes to the fore when the bikes leave the start line and head towards Bray Hill, but there are thousands of hours of work needed year-round to get to that stage, and it’s a workload that increases as the event grows and our aspirations for its delivery grow too.

Without doubt, one of the larger elements of the race organisation is the provision of the marshals and medics, for which we need several hundred to go racing.

We’ve used this new agreement as an opportunity to secure the TTMA and MRMS over the same 10-year period, which has the huge benefit of allowing us to plan and invest for the long-term like never before.”

Quotes courtesy of TT Races press team.

Photo credit: Mark Corlett

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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