Documentary On 2022 Isle Of Man TT Comes Out Nov. 23 (Includes Video Trailer)

Documentary On 2022 Isle Of Man TT Comes Out Nov. 23 (Includes Video Trailer)

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Isle of Man TT Press Office:

‘TOURIST TROPHY’ RELEASES WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER

There’s just over two weeks until the feature-length documentary film, ‘Tourist Trophy’, hits our screens. Directed by accomplished documentary maker, Adam Kaleta, the film is an authentic, true-to-life portrayal of the 2022 TT Races, following several of the event’s leading competitors as they navigate the highs and lows of racing on the Mountain Course.

‘Tourist Trophy’ will be streamed exclusively on TT+, the event’s free-to-register digital platform. Subscribers to TT+ will be able to watch the feature-length film for free from 7.30pm (GMT) on Wednesday 23rd November. TT+ is available online, on mobile, and on a range of free apps for Android, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox and Roku.

Meanwhile, a limited number of tickets for the island’s big screen premiere of ‘Tourist Trophy’ have now gone on sale. Staged in the Villa Marina’s Royal Hall, this special event will also feature a short chat show prior to the film’s screening – as well as a signing session at the end of the evening. A number of the film’s biggest stars will be in attendance including Peter Hickman, John McGuinness MBE, Michael Russell, and brothers, Ben and Tom Birchall. Tickets are available via the Villa Marina website.

LIMITED-TIME OFFER

The film’s release will also coincide with the launch of the 2023 TT+ Live Pass. With an expanded ten-race programme in 2023, the TT+ Live Pass continues to represent incredible value for money, delivering 11 days of edge-of-your-seat live coverage to your favourite screen or device via the TT+ digital platform. To celebrate the release of ‘Tourist Trophy’, advance purchasers of the 2023 TT+ Live Pass can take advantage of our limited-time offer and secure theirs for the same 2022 price of £14.99.

 

 

 

More, from another press release issued by Isle of Man TT Press Office:

‘TOURIST TROPHY’

STREAM FOR FREE FROM WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER

There’s just over two weeks until the feature-length documentary film, ‘Tourist Trophy’, hits our screens – hit the link above to see the latest trailer!

Directed by accomplished documentary maker, Adam Kaleta, the film is an authentic, true-to-life portrayal of the 2022 TT Races, following several of the event’s leading competitors as they navigate the highs and lows of racing on the Mountain Course.

‘Tourist Trophy’ will be streamed exclusively on TT+, the event’s free-to-register digital platform. Subscribers to TT+ will be able to watch the feature-length film for free from 7.30pm (GMT) on Wednesday 23rd November. TT+ is available online, on mobile, and on a range of free apps for Android, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox and Roku.

Meanwhile, a limited number of tickets for the island’s big screen premiere of ‘Tourist Trophy’ have now gone on sale. Staged in the Villa Marina’s Royal Hall, this special event will also feature a short chat show prior to the film’s screening – as well as a signing session at the end of the evening. A number of the film’s biggest stars will be in attendance including Peter Hickman, John McGuinness MBE, Michael Russell, and brothers, Ben and Tom Birchall. Tickets are available via the Villa Marina website.

LIMITED-TIME OFFER

The film’s release will also coincide with the launch of the 2023 TT+ Live Pass. With an expanded ten-race programme in 2023, the TT+ Live Pass continues to represent incredible value for money, delivering 11 days of edge-of-your-seat live coverage to your favourite screen or device via the TT+ digital platform. To celebrate the release of ‘Tourist Trophy’, advance purchasers of the 2023 TT+ Live Pass can take advantage of our limited-time offer and secure theirs for the same 2022 price of £14.99.

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