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Tuesday's racing cancelled amid more bad weather at Isle of Man TT

Poor weather has wreaked havoc with this year's Isle of Man TT schedule.
Poor weather has wreaked havoc with this year's Isle of Man TT schedule.

The Isle of Man TT has been hit with more cancellations due to the continued poor weather on the island.

Practice was hampered by rain last week, shifting the first scheduled race from Saturday to Monday.

The opening Superbike race along with a Sidecar outing and a shortened Supersport opener went ahead on Monday, although the first day of racing was overshadowed by the death of popular race Daley Mathison.

The first Supertock race of the week had been moved to Tuesday, when it was also hoped Sidecar, Lightweight and TT Zero qualifying would be held.

However, all of the day's action has been postponed with a reviewed Wednesday schedule due to be announced at 1pm. The organisers do have a free day on Thursday to make up for lost time, weather permitting.

"Low cloud/fog mist and rain for most of the day, sometimes heavy, sometimes light," the IOMTT tweeted. "No chance for roads to dry. Heli ops severely disrupted/not possible.

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