Clerk of the Course Gary Thompson has confirmed that today’s scheduled racing and qualifying will no longer take place, due to continued bad weather.
Following further consulation with the Met Office, the decision was taken to cancel today’s action. Infact, the weather has been so bad throughout the morning, that parts of the course are flooded with roads remaining closed.
Bad weather has plagued this year’s Isle of Man TT, causing numerous headaches for the organisers over the last few days. The race and qualifying schedule has changed multiple times – and with time running out to squeeze in the remaining races, the decision has been taken to cancel this year’s second Supersport TT race.
Additionally, TT organisers are currently in conversation with Zero TT race teams, attempting to work out if the race will still go ahead. Thankfully, the forecast is looking much better tomorrow, so all being well, the second TT Sidecar Race and Senior TT Race should be going ahead.
As soon as we get any more information through from the organisers, we’ll be sure to let you know.
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