It’s the busiest day of TT 2018, with three races scheduled.

Clerk of the Course Gary Thompson has confirmed that conditions are good all round the course so today’s schedule is currently as published:

9.15am Barrule Park, Ramsey to Bungalow road closed

9.30am Bungalow to Creg Ny Baa road closed

10am All of TT course closed


12.45pm SES TT ZERO RACE (1 lap)


3.55pm Sidecar qualifying (1 lap)

4.10pm Senior TT qualifying (1 lap)

4.55pm Roads open except Barrule Park, Ramsey to Creg Ny Baa

5.55pm All roads open around the course.---------------10.45am Four-lap Monster Energy Supersport TT race two is go!- Dean Harrison steadily building a lead in #Supersport race two.After first lap his advantage over Michael Dunlop is 3.618s.Hickman is third, only 0.197 ahead of James Hillier.Conor Cummins sits in fifth.- Disaster for Michael Dunlop as he's hit with a 30-second penalty for speeding in the pits.As they entered the fuel stops at end of lap two, he only trailed leader Dean Harrison by 8.330s, but he will now drop down leaderboard.Hickman up to second, Hillier into third.- Harrison now has a comfortable lead of 19.524s over Hickman going into the last lap.Hillier in third, Cummins fourth and Michael Dunlop fifth after his pit-lane speeding penalty took him out of contention for win number three of the week.- Harrison claims his second TT win, coming home 18.671 seconds ahead of Peter Hickman who continued his remarkable run of podium finishes in second.James Hillier finishes third a further 11.778s down on Hickman.Cummins fourth and Dunlop fifth.---------------12.45pm TT Zero race started by Duke of Cambridge. Seven bikes start.- Michael Rutter wins with a record lap of 121.824mph on the Mugen.- Daley Mathison second on the University of Nottingham bike, Lee Johnston third on the second Mugen.---------------2.10pm Four-lap Lightweight TT under way in near-perfect conditions, well apart from a spot of melting tar at Ginger Hall!!- Ivan Lintin leads a fast-paced Lightweight #IoMTT, breaking the lap record with a 1st circuit of 121.603mph (18:36.981)This gives him a lead of 5.713 over the impressive Derek McGee with Michael Dunlop just a smidge behind in third.All three went under old lap record.- Another lap another lap record!Michael Dunlop laps at 122.257mph (18:31.003) to break record and take race lead.Early leader Lintin, who broke the lap record on the previous lap, stopped at Bedstead. Dunlop leads at start of lap two by 4s from McGee. Cowton third.- Michael Dunlop leads by 1.692s from surprise package Derek McGee going into final lap.Hickman retired at Union Mills, meaning last year's winner Michael Rutter completes top three at the moment.- #IoMTT number 18 for Michael Dunlop as he wins the Lightweight race!A last lap of 122.750mph sees him lower the lap record for a second time in the same race!Oh and he only went out on the Paton for the first time in practice week!McGee an impressive second, Rutter third.