UPDATE : 2022 Prize Fund Now Available. This post has been updated to reflect the latest 2022 Prize Funds. Find the updated post and and a link to the 2022 Regulations Book here : https://tbni.blog/2022/01/26/2022-tt-races-prize-fund/
It’s 2020 and we are now in almost into the preseason. Chat and rumours are flying about who is moving where? Who is staying put? And who do we still not have a clue about? Then there is the reason you are here – what is the 2020 Isle of Man TT Prize Breakdown?
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One of the most read posts annually since 2017 on this site is the Winners’ Payout Details (with over 45k unique hits at the time of writing) and since 2017 I have updated annually it with the latest information from the current Regulations Booklet. You can read the entire 2020 book here : (may not be available after 2020) :
But if you are just here to see the 2020 Isle of Man TT Prize Breakdown and how much the competitors stand to win in each class then please read on.
2020 Isle of Man TT Races :
Superbike TT Race & Sidecar TT Race 1 Prize Fund :
Superstock TT Race & Supersport TT Race 1 Prize Fund :
Supersport TT Race 2 & Lightweight TT Race Prize Fund :
Sidecar TT Race 2 & Senior TT Race :
So there you have it – the prize payout for every race. Unfortunately this year (and allegedly for the next two years) there is no TT Zero Race so we will miss the spectacle that Team Mugen bring to the course, which really is a shame. But here’s to a safe, successful and hopefully much drier 2020 TT Races!