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Live Coverage of the Governor's Sprint 2015

Manx Classic 2015 - Coverage in association with Ramsey Crookall
One sprint, two hillclimbs, three days of great Manx motorsport!

Energy FM is proud to be providing live coverage of the opening event from this year's Manx Classic. We will be live on air from the TT Grandstand on Thursday 23rd April from 6pm. Chris Boyde and Rob Fagg will be bringing you commentary, chat and analysis throughout the evening.

Coverage will be on the entire Energy FM Network, but in Douglas tune to 98.6 FM

Governor's Sprint -- Douglas -- Thursday 23 April - LIVE COVERAGE OF THIS EVENT ON 98.6FM
The Governor's Sprint starts from the pit lane at the world-famous TT Grandstand on Glencrutchery Road in Douglas, travels through the Governor's Dip and finishes on the A18 Mountain Road, near The Nook on the TT Course 'old road' near Onchan.

Creg Willey's Hillclimb -- Glen Helen -- Friday 24 April
Creg Willey's runs through Glen Helen, north of Ballig Bridge on the TT course, before negotiating Creg Willey's hill, past Sarah's Cottage and on to Lambfell, finishing on the Cronk-y-Voddy straight. The course is approx 1.45 miles.

Lhergy Frissell Hillclimb -- Ramsey -- Saturday 25 April
Lhergy Frissell Hillclimb takes the world-famous TT course out of Ramsey, through the famous Ramsey Hairpin, Waterworks and Gooseneck corners. The longest hillclimb in Great Britain, it encorporates part of the original Gordon Bennett Eliminating Trails course of 1904 and the original (car) TT course, from 1905 onwards. The course is approx 1.48 miles.

Visit the Manx Motor Racing Club Website for more details.

Coverage brought to you by the Manx Motor Racing Club in association with Ramsey Crookall, the Island’s longest established team of investment professionals.

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