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GL events Seating and Stadia to supply Isle of Man TT Festival

GL events Seating and Stadia has won the contract to supply grandstand seating for the Isle of Man TT Festival, held in May-June 2014.
 
The three most popular viewing points of the race, Ballaugh, Creg-ny-baa and Nobles Park will all benefit from the temporary grandstands and C-View tiered seating system, giving landscape views of action-packed sections of the 37.73 mile-long course.
 
The Isle of Man TT race is claimed to be one of the most prestigious yet dangerous races in the world, taking in over 200 bends while climbing from sea level to an altitude of nearly 400 metres, and is made up of public roads that are closed for qualifying and race sessions.
 
Around 1,000 spectators will use the tiered seating at the festival.
 
Originally created for the London 2012 Olympics, £20million was invested into the development of the system, ensuring it exceeded the C90 policy and offered the best sightlines for users as well as offering a wider 500m seat, in line with new European legislation.
 
GL events Seating and Stadia’s C-View system has also been used at Lords Cricket Ground, New Zealand Rugby World Cup, the Ryder Cup and The Open Golf Championship.
 
Do you have a news story for Access All Areas? Email Annie Byrne

GL events Seating and Stadia to supply Isle of Man TT Festival

GL events Seating and Stadia has won the contract to supply grandstand seating for the Isle of Man TT Festival, held in May-June 2014.
 
The three most popular viewing points of the race, Ballaugh, Creg-ny-baa and Nobles Park will all benefit from the temporary grandstands and C-View tiered seating system, giving landscape views of action-packed sections of the 37.73 mile-long course.
 
The Isle of Man TT race is claimed to be one of the most prestigious yet dangerous races in the world, taking in over 200 bends while climbing from sea level to an altitude of nearly 400 metres, and is made up of public roads that are closed for qualifying and race sessions.
 
Around 1,000 spectators will use the tiered seating at the festival.
 
Originally created for the London 2012 Olympics, £20million was invested into the development of the system, ensuring it exceeded the C90 policy and offered the best sightlines for users as well as offering a wider 500m seat, in line with new European legislation.
 
GL events Seating and Stadia’s C-View system has also been used at Lords Cricket Ground, New Zealand Rugby World Cup, the Ryder Cup and The Open Golf Championship.
 
Do you have a news story for Access All Areas? Email Annie Byrne