It’s been a long time coming, but the Isle of Man TT now has its own channel, where you can watch hours and hours of action from yesteryear, as well as coverage from this years event live, for the first time ever.
The new channel, which has been talked about quite a lot over the last few months, has been launched this morning. So the first thing I did this morning was sign up to check it out, and there’s already heaps of stuff on there. There’s footage from TT’s past, interviews, and video versions of the new TT Podcast.
And the best thing about it is, all the content on there at the moment, is free to access. Winnner.
If you want to watch the races (and all the qualifying) live, you’ll have to buy a ‘TT+ Live Pass’, which is only £14.99. That’s for the full two-week event. That’s a bargain. The Live Pass will be available to buy from Sunday 24 April.
It’s just over 50 days until the 2022 TT kicks off, so what better way to whet your whistle than to binge your way through a decades worth of historic TT racing.
You can sign up to TT+ for free here ttplus.iomttraces.com
Just signed up. One to investigate – I initially read they’d be using YouTube to stream, meaning it was a simple job to cast to the app on the TV. This doesn’t look like it, so any contacts you can ask the question if this will be cast-able? Really not interested in watching the TT on a bloody tablet or my phone – or worse, having to wire the laptop to the telly.
Hi mate, I just signed in straight from my LG TV, works a treat, sounds like it could be different depending on your make though.
Hi Tony, did you use the LG tv browser? Or an app?