The Isle of Man trip gives you the chance to explore the fantastic Isle of Man, but more specifically, the incredible TT course, set out across the Island. This world famous track offers some stunning views, incredible driving, and a chance to really appreciate the dynamics and motorsport pedigree of your car
You will explore the Island, guided by our experienced team, you’ll become familiar with the race track and also appreciate that for sections of the route there are no speed limits, leaving you free to enjoy yourselves in a safe manner, giving you the opportunity to experience what your McLaren can really do!
While on the Island we will be staying at the Comis Hotel and Golf Resort, located just a 5 minute drive from Douglas, and with ample private parking. Comis is currently listed as 4 star, but given construction of the pool and facilities required will be long completed by the time of the trip, we fully expect that to have risen to five star. It's by far the best hotel on the Island and our previous events here have been fantastic.
It's back and better than ever - the return of the legendary McLaren Glasgow Isle of Man Tour!
This trip is only for current McLaren owners.
We have worked alongside Lee and the team at McLaren Glasgow to create the Ultimate Road Trip for you, bringing you the best ownership experience and showcasing what your car can really do on the open road.
On this trip you can look forward to:
Exclusive access and photo opportunity in the TT Pit lane
TT Course Guidance lead by Andy Gordon – Formerly racing in Lotus Elise Trophy, qualified ARDS Instructor and known for frequently driving tracks all over Europe in his spare time – TT Course included. (Be sure to get some hints and tips from him)
Luxury Accommodation and Private parking at The Comis Hotel and Golf Resort
Both evening meals
Lunch on Saturday
Our guest experience host on hand to assist with any requirements you have over the duration of the Road Trip
Make it your trip – options for free time, golf or a visit to the Jurby Motor Museum on Sunday Morning
"Well orgainsed trip, awesome place, great banter and epic roads with amazing cars! Can't wait to go again" - "Bubsy" (following the 2019 IOM tour)
There will be ample opportunities to sample some of the more unique historical aspects of the Island as well - home to the World Famous TT races since 1907. There's a fascinating racing museum, the iconic pits (where we'll organise a photo opportunity) and time to find some undiscovered gems on the island for yourself - as well as the organised experiences.
2nd to 4th
Please note – While there is a guideline itinerary in place elements are TBC and may change