The Isle Of Man TT Is On, And You Can Watch Live

Peter Hickman hoons around the IOMTT circuit in 2023. He's a face to watch again this year. PHOTO CREDIT: IOMTT Press Office

The greatest show on earth, the Isle of Man TT, is back for 2024. And this year, you can once again watch the races live without running off to the UK.

The TT+ Live Pass gives viewers access to all five days of qualifying and six race days as a single purchase. You get pre-race chatter and post-race analysis as well, and you can rewind and replay the live action, something other broadcasters’ television coverage could never offer in the years past.

Of course, it isn’t the same as going and seeing the races live—but it’s a lot more affordable, and you don’t have to deal with the silliness of the ferries and all the other hassle.

The Live Pass is available online and can work through an app on your mobile device, or through a smart TV—more details available here. Pricing in Canada is $38.99.

Below, you can see this year’s schedule—qualifying sessions are already live on the air. As always, the planned sked can change due to weather or wrecks or other challenges. And for up-to-date updates from the Isle of Man, you can also keep an eye on their website here. We can’t possibly keep on top of all the goings-on over there this week, but you’ll see news there as it comes up. Even better, keep an eye on Facebook; you’ll see stuff live, almost as soon as it happens, instead of sanitized PR gobbledygook.

There’s also lots of great footage available on YouTube, uploaded from the island daily.

2024 IOMTT Schedule


  • Monday 27 May 2024 – Qualifying
  • Tuesday 28 May 2024 – Qualifying
  • Wednesday 29 May 2024 – Qualifying
  • Thursday 30 May 2024 – Qualifying


  • Friday 31 May 2024 – Qualifying
  • Saturday 01 June 2024 – Race Day 1
  • Sunday 02 June 2024 – Race Day 2
  • Tuesday 04 June 2024 – Race Day 3


  • Wednesday 05 June 2024 – Race Day 4
  • Friday 07 June 2024 – Race Day 5
  • Saturday 08 June 2024 – Race Day 6


  1. If like years past, Rev TV covers the races in a one hour format daily and its free to watch if you subscribe to this channel.

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