Top TT riders head to Isle of Man

By Web editor, 5 April 2013
All the stars will be there...
All the stars will be there...

Top TT riders are heading for the Isle of Man for the launch of the 2013 TT Races. The leading riders will all be appearing at the free Fan Party hosted by Manx Radio TT's Chris Kinley and Tim Glover, which kicks off at 7.30pm at the Villa Marina on April 10...

This is your chance to hear the thoughts of all of the top riders as they get ready for this year's TT, from John McGuinness as he looks to add to his 19 race wins through to Australian Josh Brookes who will be taking part in his first TT. Other riders who will feature in the evening include race winners Bruce Anstey, Gary Johnson, Ian Lougher and Honda TT legends Michael Rutter and Michael Dunlop while Cameron Donald is scheduled to link up live from Australia.

You'll also get to hear from Dan Stewart, Conor Cummins, William Dunlop, Dean Harrison, Dan and Ryan Kneen and Simon Andrews while newcomers Horst Saiger, AJ Venter and the Isle of Man's Gav Hunt will be sharing their thoughts on tackling the TT Mountain Course for the first time.

The sidecars will also be represented with 16 time champion Dave Molyneux and passenger Patrick Farrance heading the field. You'll also get the chance to get insights from current World sidecar champion Tim Reeves and his passenger Dan Sayle, and 2012 TT race winner John Holden and Andy Winkle.

However, if you can't get to the Isle of Man you can still follow the event live via the iomtt.com website, which will be broadcasting the whole launch from the Villa Marina. It will also be broadcast live via Manx Radio and through the station's online service. You can also tweet your questions to the riders on the night to @iom_tt and presenter Chris Kinley will ask the best ones on the night.

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