Isle of Man
Classic & Sports Car Weekend
This 5 Day Tour to the beautiful Isle of Man is targeted at Classic & Sports Car Clubs, Groups of Friends & Driving Enthusiats. We offers a choice of 3 hotels and selection of exclusive inclusions which are unavailable for groups booking direct including 2 Closed Road Runs on the Sloc Mountain Road an a Photo Shoot in the TT Pitlanes.
2 'CLOSED ROAD RUNS' ON THE AMAZING SLOC MOUNTAIN ROAD > PHOTO-SHOOT IN THE TT PITLANES
AFTERNOON TEA AT THE FAMOUS CREG-NY-BAA > ADMISSION TO THE ISLE OF MAN MOTOR MUSEUM
Set in the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man is a unique destination with over 10,000 years of history. Surprisingly large at over 33 miles long and 13 miles wide, there is more to the Isle of Man than, at first, meets the eye. Venture away from the capital, Douglas, and you’ll find rugged cliffs, sandy coves, miles of uncrowded beaches and enchanting glens.
The Isle of Man is a “must do” destination for all driving enthusiasts
There are miles some amazing drives on the Island, with superb, scenic sweeping bends and exciting stretches of tarmac. The famous TT circuit is driveable in either direction, but most will take the traditional TT clockwise direction. The sections, corners and mile markers have evocative names; Bray Hill, Ballacraine, Alpine Cottage, Ramsey Hairpin, The Bungalow, Windy Corner and so on. Where else would you see kerb-stones painted in circuit apex fashion, black and white stripes, in sleepy towns and villages? The road network is extensive and outside of Douglas there is very little congestion and some of the most popular drives include: Druidale, the route heads up the Ballaugh Glen Road past the campsite towards Ravensdale. Once in Ravensdale, you’ll then need to take the signposted left-hand turn towards Druidale. Port Erin to Peel Coastal Road, The West Baldwin Valley Road, The Tholt-y-Will Road from Sulby Glen to the Bunglalow and last but not least, the Sloc Mountain Road (A36) which you'll have the opportunity to drive on Friday.
Isle of Man
Classic & Sports Car
Today you'll drive to the port for your Steam Packet Company Ferry crossing from Liverpool or Heysham to Douglas on the Isle of Man.
After arrival in the Isle of Man, you will make your way to your chosen Accommodation.
Look What's Included
• IOM Steam Packet Ferry Crossing from Liverpool or Heysham
• 4 Nights accommodation - See options below
• Full Manx Breakfast each morning
• EXCLUSIVE Closed Road Runs on the Sloc Mountain Road including Course Marshals
• EXCLUSIVE Access to the TT Pitlanes for a photo-shoot opportunity
• Admission to the IOM Motor Museum
• Afternoon Tea at the famous Creg-Ny-Baa
• Classic Car meet in Jurby on Sunday Morning
• Services of Scenic Event Team throughout the event
• Detailed Road Book featuring Maps, Great Island Drives & Local Attractions
• Commemorative Tour Rally Plate
• Complimentary Car Parking at the Hotels OPTIONAL
Pie in the Sky Dining experience on Saturday Evening - £55.00 per Person
Choose from these great Island hotels. There's something here for everyone whatever your taste or budget.
'Pie in the Sky '
at the Victory Cafe
Price £55.00 Per Person includes
Tram Transfers, Pie Dinner & Entertainment
Join us for an exclusive ‘Pie in the Sky’ dining experience on Saturday evening at the Victory Cafe on Snaefell Mountain, a crazy ex-Cold War Rotor Radar Station overlooking the 31st Milestone of the TT course specialising in homemade pies.