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Ace Racing & Hospitality at IoM TT! 20/05/2013

Celebrating the cafe's 75th anniversary of having originally opened in 1938, Ace Cafe London has teamed up with T3 Racing, the Triumph experts, not only at BSB but also with a Supersport entry at TT 2013!
A specially prepared Triumph Daytona 675R Ace Cafe Racer, entry number 16, ridden by Australian Superstock star, "DJ", David Johnson, will take on the challenging 37.75 mile TT public road Isle of Man course which, having remained largely untouched since 1911, captures the imagination like no other motorcycling venue can.
With the demise of other similarly legendary events and venues, the Isle of Man TT stands out as the last of the great motor-sporting tests in the world and the Ace Cafe T3 Racing Team is able to offer limited and exclusive, pre-booked hospitality, daily and on Race days, from Thursday 30th May up to and including Saturday 8th June, close by the Grandstand at Start-Finish, and overlooking the downhill Glencrutchery Road straight.
Go race and taste the Ace!
Ace TT Hospitality:
Breakfast 8.30am - 10.30am
Full English featuring Ace Sausages
Lunch Noon - 2.30pm
Hot Specialities selected from the Ace Menu
Available All Day 8.30am - 5pm
Soft drinks, Coffee, Tea & Biscuits
Race Days (Includes 75th Commemorative Pack valued at £25) £50pp/day
Saturday 1st June
Monday 3rd June
Wednesday 5th June
Friday 7th June
Other Days £25pp/day
Thursday 30th May
Friday 31st May
Sunday 2nd June - Mad Sunday
Tuesday 4th June
Thursday 6th June
Saturday 8th June
To book Ace TT Hospitality please call the cafe on Tel: +44 (0)20 8961 1000 Or email:
Editors notes:
The Ace Cafe Racer will be running in the Monster Energy Supersport class on Monday 3rd and Wednesday 5th June.

T3 Racing is Triumph UK’s official performance and parts centre since 2012.
T3 Racing are the organisers of the British Superbikes support series Triumph Triple Challenge.

T3 Racing have already produced the Ace Cafe Racer which is raced in the Motorpoint British Superbikes by Rob Guiver, supported by Ace Cafe London, this year. The bike has improved at each round and reports about the races can be read at