Two of the four race days for the Isle of Man TT Hospitality Programme are close to being sold out, despite the capacity being increased to 300 per day.
A world class line-up has been confirmed for all four days, and the climax of the meeting on Friday 10th June featuring the 'Milestones of the Mountain', a parade lap from the Yamaha Classic Race Team and the Senior TT Race has proven as popular as ever.
But the schedule for Wednesday 8th June has also attracted plenty of interest. The Supersport 2 and Sidecar 2 races will provide the competitive action, while the fans will also be treated to an Arai Parade Lap featuring five-time World Champion Mick Doohan and the 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden.
Broadcasting legend Murray Walker will be signing autographs, as will Cal Crutchlow, giving British supporters the chance to meet their newest MotoGP hero. Rally star David Higgins will also appear ahead of his demonstration run on Friday 10th.
Along with that run, fans on the Friday will have the chance to meet another array of world championship winning talent. Giacomo Agostini and Phil Read, with 22 grand prix world titles between them, are confirmed, as is six-time TT champion Geoff Duke.
Racing gets underway on Saturday 4th June, where the Superbikes will be in action while the Sidecars will make their first appearance of the event. Dave Molyneux is one of the greats of sidecar racing, having won the championship 14 times, and he will be joined by former World Superbike champions James Toseland and Carl Fogarty. Five-time TT champion Ian Hutchinson will also be in attendance.
Monday 6th will see another star-studded line-up as Prodigy front man Keith Flint and Charley Boorman, star of Sky One show 'Long Way Round' will entertain guests and sign autographs. The Supersport and Superstock classes will be in action too and organisers have encouraged fans to sign up quickly, with both expected to sell out soon.
The all-inclusive packages also include guaranteed Grandstand seating, complimentary bar open during licensing hours, breakfast and hot and cold gourmet lunch as well as a TT gift pack featuring TT merchandise, a programme and race guide and an ear-piece radio to follow the action via Radio TT. Fans will also get to hear the thoughts from the top three riders from each of that day's races, shortly after they have finished the race. VIP tickets can be purchased for £240 plus VAT from official Isle of Man TT website iomtt.com and official travel agency Regency Travel on 01624 644645.