The government is asking for feedback to find out how it can improve this year’s Manx Grand Prix, Classic TT and associated attractions which made up the inaugural Festival of Motorcycling.
An online survey is being promoted through the Isle of Man TT Twitter feed (@iom_tt) to find out any good or bad points relating to the festival which also included the classic and two-day trials, Festival of Jurby, beach racing parade laps, Ramsey Sprint and vintage club rally.
This year effectively saw the event held in two parts, with the Manx Grand Prix classic races rebranded as the Classic TT happening over the opening Bank Holiday weekend and the modern bike races including the Newcomers retaining the Manx Grand Prix title and taking place on the Wednesday and Friday.
The government’s TT and motorsport development manager Paul Phillips said it was too early to say if there were to be any changes to next year’s event.
‘We can’t confirm yet what next year’s event will look like,’ he said.
‘That is still under review. A key factor will the the economic survey from the Treasury. Lots of information has been generated already but I can’t comment yet.’
Programmes for next year’s TT and Festival of Motorcycling events are expected to be finalised in time to be presented at the annual motorcycle show at the NEC in Birmingham in November.
The survey can be found at www.surveymonkey.com/s/MGGGWYR