TT Isle of Man Race Week

The 2024 Isle of Man TT races have come to a close, leaving Darryl Tweed and Rhys Hardisty with many reasons to be proud. Over the past two weeks, the team faced a mix of challenging weather conditions on the island, from heavy rain to bright sunny spells, but they persevered and delivered noteworthy performances.

With consistent top 30 finishes in all Superbike and Supersport categories, Rhys and Darryl have shown that they have made another step forward compared to last year. Their speeds were truly impressive, with average speeds above 120 mph in both the Superbike and the Supersport.
Overall, the team was happy with their results, noting significant improvements compared to last year.

Despite the mix of rain and sunshine, Darryl and Rhys demonstrated their speed and skill, setting a positive tone for the 2025 Isle of Man TT races. The team’s hard work and determination have laid a solid foundation for future successes, and they are already looking forward to next year’s IOM TT races.

Rhys Hardisty:
”Many thanks to Isle of Man TT Races for putting the greatest show on earth on and thanks to all involved from the Fantastic marshals, superheros wear orange ya know.. Without them there’s no us.. Medical team all the team in the physio team, photo snappers scruitineering team, office team, fans cheering every last rider through the hedges, media, my personal support, and sponsors, all the team”.

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2024 Championship Schedule

11 & 12 May: Hengelo (NED)

27 May – 08 June: Isle of Man TT (IOM)

14 – 16 June: Schleiz (GER)

05 – 07 July: Imatra (FIN)

27 & 28 July: Chimay (BEL)

10 & 11 August: Horice (CZE)

14 & 15 September: Frohburg (GER)


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