Isle of Man TT organisers have scheduled three opening races of the 2019 event for Monday starting with the Superbike race before the first Sidecar and Supersport races.

Following a weather-hit practice week, where a total of nine sessions were lost due to poor conditions, the opening races were postponed from the usual Saturday start to Monday (June 3rd).

With an afternoon of qualifying practice running completed on Sunday, which saw Conor Cummins go quickest on the Padgetts Honda in the first action on the TT course since Tuesday, organisers have announced the new schedule for Monday with three races set to take place.

All roads will close at 10:00 with the opening RST Superbike TT race taking place over four laps starting at 10:45. It will be followed by the first Sidecar TT race run over three laps starting at 13:00 before qualifying for both the Lightweight and TT Zero machines in the afternoon.

The roads will open to the public between 16:50 to 18:00 ahead of the first Monster Energy Supersport TT race, run over four laps, which will start at 18:30.

Monday June 3rd race schedule:

09:15 Mountain Road Closes     

10:00 All Roads Closed 

10:45 RST Superbike TT Race 4 Laps

13:00 Sidecar TT Race 1 3 Laps

15:00 Lightweight Qualifying 2 Laps

15:55 TT Zero Qualifying 1 Lap

16:50 All Roads Open Except Mountain 

18:00 All Roads Closed 

18:30 Monster Energy Supersport TT Race 4 Laps

20:15 All Roads Open Except Mountain 

21:15 All Roads Open