PH2: TT 2012 race and TV schedule


The summer motorsports calendar is now really kicking off and while PH eyes are focused on Le Mans there's plenty more going on too, not least the Isle of Man TT. And whether you're a dedicated PH2er or just a casual viewer, perhaps inspired by TT3D: Closer To The Edge, ITV4's coverage is well worth a look over the coming days.

40 this year McGuinness stil reigns supreme
40 this year McGuinness stil reigns supreme
PistonHeads has men on the ground too and as the action hots up Sean Carson will be bravely taking a seat beside Mark Higgins for a four-wheeled lap (hopefully mainly forward facing) in a Subaru while Alistair Weaver will be reporting in from within TT legend John McGuinness' camp to get the inside line from the legend himself, the year he turns 40.

The TT homepage has all the info about riders, scheduling and results you'll need and you can read all about ITV4's coverage here or on the schedule below.

Enjoy!


ITV4 TT Schedule

Saturday June 2
7.30am: Qualifying Highlights (R)
9pm: Superbike TT Race

Sunday June 3
8.30am: Superbike TT Race (R)
8pm: The Final Countdown (R)
9pm: Sidecar TT Race 1

Monday June 4
8.30am: Sidecar TT Race 1 (R)
9pm: Supersport TT Race 1

Tuesday June 5
9.30am The Final Countdown (R)
10.30am John McGuinness TT Legend (R)
11.30am: Supersport TT Race 1 (R)
9pm: Superstock TT Race

Wednesday June 6
11.30am: Supersport TT Race 1 (R)
9pm: Supersport TT Race 2

Thursday June 7
11.30am: Supersport TT Race 2 (R)
8pm: TT Record Breakers
9pm: Sidecar TT Race 2

Friday June 8
10.30am: Sidecar TT Race 2 (R)
9pm: John McGuinness TT Legend
10pm: Senior TT Race

Saturday June 9
7pm: Senior TT Race (R)

Monday June 11
8pm: Event Review 1
9pm: Event Review 2

Tuesday June 12
7pm: John McGuinness TT Legend (R)
8pm: Review Show 2

Pics: IoMTT/Honda

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  • fuchsiasteve 09 Jun 2012

    MJDM said:
    +1
    +1 Hutchy is mega brave, and considering the injury he is getting over from, is showing his class by getting a 6th position. Then again he is the only person to ever win every race in one year. People will say he had luck but that b******s. The guy is pure class. Right up there with DJ.

  • zeb 06 Jun 2012

    ode said:
    Foggy748 said:
    Massive respect for Hutchy! Riding with a completely knackered left leg, gear changing with the right and at those kind of speeds? Unbelievable. The guy's worked so hard to get back to where he is; riding in the TT in such a condition deserves huge respect. I hope he goes from strength to strength!
    + another 1. My only worry is that he's coming back too soon and will knacker himself again before he's fully recovered.

    But top marks for the coverage - I'd love to see more but this is plenty good enough and is feeding my need to get back over there again next year.

    Once more the TT shows that road racing is the most awesome form of motorsport in the world (to my eyes anyway)
    me too...like to see him get fully fit and then have another go at it. The state of his leg means even a minor off could be serious.

  • ode 06 Jun 2012

    Foggy748 said:
    Massive respect for Hutchy! Riding with a completely knackered left leg, gear changing with the right and at those kind of speeds? Unbelievable. The guy's worked so hard to get back to where he is; riding in the TT in such a condition deserves huge respect. I hope he goes from strength to strength!
    + another 1. My only worry is that he's coming back too soon and will knacker himself again before he's fully recovered.

    But top marks for the coverage - I'd love to see more but this is plenty good enough and is feeding my need to get back over there again next year.

    Once more the TT shows that road racing is the most awesome form of motorsport in the world (to my eyes anyway)

  • MJDM 05 Jun 2012

    Foggy748 said:
    Massive respect for Hutchy! Riding with a completely knackered left leg, gear changing with the right and at those kind of speeds? Unbelievable. The guy's worked so hard to get back to where he is; riding in the TT in such a condition deserves huge respect. I hope he goes from strength to strength!
    +1

  • Foggy748 05 Jun 2012

    Massive respect for Hutchy! Riding with a completely knackered left leg, gear changing with the right and at those kind of speeds? Unbelievable. The guy's worked so hard to get back to where he is; riding in the TT in such a condition deserves huge respect. I hope he goes from strength to strength!

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