John McGuinness is honing in on Joey Dunlop's TT record. The man known as the Morecambe Missile is just three wins behind.
- Tony Morris gives the lowdown on the 97th Isle of Man TT race.
A motorcycle rider has been flown to hospital on the Isle of Man after a crash at the Black Hut on the Snaefell Mountain Course.
This afternoon police closed the road after two separate crashes occurred.
The course reopened an hour ago but has only a short time ago had to close again, after a statement from Isle of Man Constabulary via Facebook said there are now two more incidents they are dealing with.
The two incidents are between Ramsey and the Bungalow and an RTC at Kate's Cottage - the road has just reopened all along the Course.
For updates on road closures, follow @iompolice or search 'Isle of Man Constabulary Media Page' on Facebook.
Isle of Man Police are looking for witnesses who may have seen a collision between two motorcycles which resulted in serious injuries.
The collision, which occurred yesterday evening at roughly 4:40pm, was on the Snaefell Mountain Course nearest to the 26th Milestone (Joey's).
Those involved were a black Honda CBR900 motor cycle, which was ridden towards Douglas by a male from Suffolk. The other motorcycle was a black Honda CBR600 motor cycle driven by a male from Gosport.
The rider of the Honda CBR900 received serious injuries and was taken to Nobles Hospital. He was then transferred to a UK hospital.
The Mountain Course is frequently used by tourists who are visiting the International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) Race for a fortnight each year.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the collision to contact Police Headquarters on 01624 631212.
The practice week is drawing to an end at the Isle of Man TT and the racing will soon to get underway with the first of the week's Superbike races.
Our sports correspondent Mike Hall is on the island and he's been learning more about the event's past, present and future.
Huge crowds are expected to grab their favourite viewing point around the 37.73 mile course as racing starts on Saturday.
Fans arrive by plane, boat and bike, and Paul Crone's been meeting just a few to find out why you can never be OTT when it comes to the TT.
It's back to race action again in the TT races on the Isle of Man. Today there are three races.
Morecambe's John McGuiness is hoping for his twentieth win in the TT Zero event.
Its only few weeks until tens of thousands of race fans will head to the Isle of Man for the TT races.
Many of them will be there to see TT living legend, John McGuiness, who's known as the Morecambe Missile.
He's hoping to add to his long list of victories on the island. Our reporter Paul Crone has been to meet him as the missile tried out a much more sedate mode of transport.