In an attempt to answer some common questions from fans heading to Dundrod, please find some information that will help you make best plans that suit your own requirements.


What price are the grandstands?
On Thursday, the grandstands at Dawson’s and Leathemstown are £5 per person. On Saturday those two grandstands are £15 each – there is a Big Screen opposite each. Tickets can be bought at the race office, where you can also pick your seat.

Tickets are sold out for the Joey Dunlop grandstand at start/finish area.


Where is the disabled parking?

Disabled parking is unfortunately sold out, normal car parking is still available however.


What car parking is available?

There are limited spaces still available each day in car park three, behind the marquee. This car park costs £10 each day. The field at Dawsons will also be open during race days, at a cost of £5 per day. Please note that that parking here is dependent on fair weather conditions.


What time does racing start on Thursday?

The roads close at 09.30, our best guess is that practice sessions will go out around 10.30.

Plant Lubrication Dundrod 150 races in association with Valvoline will hopefully start around 2pm.


Is UGP Radio streamed live?

No, it’s only available around the circuit. It can be reached at 107.8FM with live updates and music every day throughout bike week.


Where can I camp?

There is still space for tents in the paddock, spaces are free with your admission wristband. Call at the race office for directions if you’re not sure where it is. At this point there is limited space available for camper vans and caravans in the paddock. If you’d like one it costs £60 (no electric supply). There are also spaces at Leathemstown for campers and caravans, at a cost of £30 (no electric supply).

Please call at race office for help if you need it.

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