There's to be no let-up in the campaign to combat reckless driving during this year's Manx Grand Prix, which starts on Saturday.
Creg-ny-Baa on the mountain course was the venue for the launch of this year's MGP road safety campaign this morning (Thursday).
Under the banner 'Stay Alert, Stay Alive', the campaign is part of what's become a year-round initiative by the Department of Transport and Isle of Man police to promote road safety.
It features posters bearing stark images of motorcyclists who've lost their lives on the Island's roads.
Chief Constable Mike Langdon says police will adopt a tactical approach to ensuring the safety of riders, visitors and the public.