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Isle of Man - 4 days & 3 Nights of Unrestricted Motoring Nirvana

Monday, 15 July '24   4 days
Ramsey, Isle of Man
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Isle of Man - 4 days & 3 Nights of Unrestricted Motoring Nirvana


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(Single or Double Occupancy)

You have always wanted to go but frankly where do you even start planning such an adventure?
WWOW have been, many times and cannot wait to return with you
4 days which provide 3 nights B&B in a lovely Ramsey guesthouse, close to the Ramsey Park Hotel with guided drives over some of the roads made famous over the years for only £600pp based on two sharing a room
(INCLUDES ferry crossing) The bedrooms can be set up as a Double or Twin
£1,120 is the single supplement - call if you need this option

If you have never experienced The Mountain Road, one drive will convince you of the trip price alone!
Watch one of our recent Isle of Man trips here

If that does not convince you then nothing will!!


Liverpool to Douglas 15.07.24 Sailings @ 11.15 & 19.15
Douglas to Liverpool 18.09.24 Sailings @ 07.15 @ 15.00

The Steam Packet Staff are excellent loading Supercars on & off

My blog of last years event gives you a good idea of what to expect

"The unmistakable bark of an Italian V10 or immense burbling of a cold German V8 under your bedroom window ensures there is no need for alarm calls

It’s 5.30am, sleepily pulling back the blackout curtains reveals a Police van with APR cameras patrolling our significant, colourful gathering… front plates a must here or you can expect a daily £100 fine!

You certainly don’t feel awake, but you sure as hell know you need to be very alert, very soon. The first thing to check is the mountain.
Is it clear of clouds? Excellent, visibility is good …
Let’s go!

There is absolutely nothing that can prepare you for a totally unrestricted, early morning full speed Supercar run across an almost empty mountain road on the Isle of Man.

Time is short, so you’ve fuelled up the night before, but probably stayed up a bit too late as it’s always someone’s turn for a round, so you’re definitely on edge
The 2-3 police officers permanently camped out at the top of the hairpin give you a friendly wave & smile knowing exactly where you are heading, precisely why you are up so early and probably a little envious of what you are going to do next…..

Still on cold tyres, weaving through the cones, definite wheel spin at the tight and undulating Gooseneck, your sleepy eyes are on stalks now as you squeezed that loud pedal harder than normal and it’s already well above any other UK speed limit.

You see an easy 85- 90mph indicated on the cold climb out of Ramsey, pushing a bit harder each time through Joeys wiggle onto the Mountain mile it’s easy for it to be the last time your eyes drop as they super glue themselves onto the road ahead.
If my fears would subside (and the steering stop twitching which is taking the crazy McLaren 720s perilously close to the sheer drop) I’m sure I could do better than the glanced 165mph
You can hear the cold air being sucked into that twin-turbo V8; it’s demonically howling behind your head, ripping through the gears & punching you in the back; a booster rocket throwing you mercilessly onwards towards the horizon.

Through the frightening bends the Mc’s active downforce pulls on your stomach as you deliberately aim for that thin inside white painted line, the one that’s just inches away from brave photographers huddled against the wind, perched expertly on the apex for hour after hour searching for that elusive great picture

It’s not just about the speeds as it’s certainly possible to go a lot quicker than me.
Adding some driving skills with a bucket of bravery helps!
In year’s previous I’ve been humbled by local legend Julian Wood darting past in his wife’s mini
In 2018 rumour has it that a nun in a Suzuki Swift, a tad late for 7am communion in Douglas did me round the outside at Windy Corner.; surely a beer induced embellishment … but there have been many, many pass me in the few years I’ve been coming to IOM.

The twists, curves, undulations and thumbs up from the local police at The Bungalow fizz by in a frenzy of colour as you once more floor whatever it is you have underfoot through second, third and fourth gear up the hill away from the dip.
Overtaking unsuspecting & surprised bikers at 120-140mph is a physical challenge as is staying alert to local two-wheel leather clad missile pilots who go from a dot of light in your rear-view mirror to a spec on your horizon barely 10 seconds later.

In just under 6 minutes, you’ve covered 10 miles; it goes so quick that it feels like a 90 second intense heart & cardio workout.

At The Creg-Ny-Baa pub it’s time to drop down to the coast and mainly 30-50mph roads back to Ramsey… wondering just how many more giggling, heart pumping white knuckle runs we can still fit in this morning?
Two, maybe three more before local traffic builds; all those white vans, numerous SUVs and the occasional vicar, who all use this public road 24/7 on route to work.

The early morning adrenaline is addictive and in some ways we are thankful it’s over by 8.30am breakfast leaving the remainder of the day/s for meeting with mates you see once a year but wind-up weekly on Social Media.
There is relentless car based predominantly laddy-bants over lunch at the Calf of Man plus our attempt at giving a little back to the Island with a couple of hours charity work
Displaying the 30 odd supercars cars in the park and collecting donations for local hospitals, whilst squeezing in the odd cheeky youngster for a pic in the pilot seat

Kids young and old love the spectacle of nose to tail cars in the park. Talking with owners, seeing so many marques and colours, hearing them fire up and the lucky or cheeky ones climbing into the cars.
They are not short of opinions these youngsters!
“Christ Mister! Have you just won the bleeding’ lottery?”
“Wow, love those doors…. is it a DeLorean?”
Or the all-time classic “You lot must be rulers of small African nations, stealing from the diamond mines with cars like that!”

IOM Tours are a whirlwind 84 hours including little sleep, lots of laughter and inevitably, many beers. It also requires maximum respect & concentration for the roads, your speedy mates, local drivers & those leather clad missile pilots!

In today’s woke world it’s amazing such hedonistic, life affirming petrol-based fun still exists at all – you just have to grab this opportunity whilst it still exists!"

WWOW can smooth the way and make it happen


Please bring a Mitex General (Red Tab) radio - Here is a link to buy one from Amazon

You can also hire a radio from Waynes World of Wheels - see tickets section
WWOW use radios for safety reasons. They allow the group to communicate hazards (road or otherwise) throughout the group, quickly & clearly.
They significantly help all drivers across the day.
They are occasionally used for rib-tickling banter & make the drive/event a much more enjoyable experience
Any questions beforehand just call 07730 411336
A WhatsApp Group is set up 2-3 weeks in advance, photo's and videos are shared amongst the Group ensuring you have a vast collection of images to remember your trip
Travel Insurance
Participants must have a comprehensive travel insurance policy in place before leaving for the Tour. Particular attention should be paid to cover for items such as medical/dental, personal effects, cancellations etc



Isle of Man - 4 days & 3 Nights - INCLUDES FERRY Crossing (for Car + 2 people)

Double Occupancy in Double/Twin Bedded Room B&B Single occupancy is £1,120 - call if you need this option


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Available with:
Annual subscription to the WWOW VIP Membership, recurring automatically yearly

WWOW VIP Membership Welcome Pack

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