With just over 31 days to go until the start of T.T. 2008, time is running out for T.T. organisers to resolve a number of issues.
The position of Chief Marshal, the Department of Transport inquiry, spectator access and marshal recruitment are the main topics of interest.
No Chief Marshal is in place following the resignation of Roger Hurst. He stood down after critcism from the Coroner Michael Moyle in his report at the end of the inquest into the triple fatality at the 26th Milestone during last year's Senior race.
The Department of Transport is conducting an independent investigation into the Coroner's findings, which included severe comments against Director of Highways Bruce Hannay. Mr Hannay is a member of the T.T. Co-ordinating Committee.
Spectators are still uncertain where they will be able to watch this year's practice and race sessions from. A comprehensive guide of all the prohibited areas around the Mountain Course has yet to be published.
Marshal recruitment levels are said to be in line with previous years' numbers with a month to go.