It’ll be a full year before any motorbikes can race around the legendary circuit on the Isle of Man. Back in March, the 2020 racing was officially called off but fans can still enjoy some virtual racing as eight riders and the same number of gamers team up to ride the 37.73-mile course to see who will be the 2020 Virtual TT champion.

Plus there will be a series of eight TT-themed evenings of entertainment including classic races shown on what would have been race week from 6-13 June.

Here’s what’s happening and how you can watch it from the comfort of your sofa.

How can I watch the Isle of Man TT racing in 2020?

The races will be shown as part of the TT Lock-in event on the official Isle of Man TT website, plus the official TT Races Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Chris Pritchard will host each evening’s entertainment with a welcome and wrap up. He’ll be joined by Steve Plater, two-time TT race winner, and there will be various guests including John McGuinness, Carl Fogarty, Dean Harrison, Rob McElnea, Phillip McCallen, Peter Hickman, Brian Reid and Cameron Donald. You’ll be able to ask them questions by posting them on the official TT social channels.

Here’s the full TT Lock-In schedule for the week.

Saturday 6 June

18:00 Welcome / Preview

18:05 TT Onboard with Milky Quayle

18:25 The David Jeffries Story

19:20 TAS: TT Winning Formula

20:10 Virtual TT powered by Motul (1/4)

20:55 Wrap Up

Sunday 7 June

18:00 Welcome / Preview

18:05 TT Lock-in Live

18:25 Sundown Cinema: 3-Wheeling

20:05 Wrap Up

Monday 8 June

19:00 Welcome / Preview

19:05 2012 Supersport TT Race 2 Highlights

19:35 TT Lock-in Live

20:00 Virtual TT powered by Motul (2/4)

20:40 Wrap Up

Tuesday 9 June

19:00 Welcome / Preview

19:05 2018 Senior TT race highlights

19:35 TT Lock-in Live

20:00 One-Three-Five: Breaking The Barrier

20:55 Wrap Up

Wednesday 10 June

19:00 Welcome / Preview

19:05 1994 Junior TT Race Highlights

19:35 TT Lock-in Live

20:00 Arai TT Edition Helmet Feature

20:20 Virtual TT powered by Motul (3/4)

20:55 Wrap Up

Thursday 11 June

19:00 Welcome / Preview

19:05 2000 Formula 1 TT Highlights

19:35 TT Lock-in Live

20:05 John McGuinness: TT Winner

20:55 Wrap Up

Friday 12 June

19:00 Welcome / Preview

19:05 1992 Senior TT Highlights

19:35 TT Lock-in Live

20:00 Virtual TT powered by Motul (4/4)

20:45 Wrap Up

Saturday 13 June

18:00 Welcome / Preview

18:05 TT Lock-in Live

18:30 2020 Preview Show

19:20 2009 Supersport TT Race 2 Highlights

20:00 Top 20 Greatest TT Riders

20:55 Wrap Up

Which game is being used for the Virtual TT in 2020?

It’s the recently released TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge 2, a sequel to the somewhat rough-and-ready original that came out a couple of years ago. You can buy the game yourself on Steam - it’s currently £34.99 - and have a go at conquering the circuit and averaging 135mph (or better) around a lap.

TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge 2

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