'A bit of spit and polish never did any harm.' They don't do voice-overs like this anymore...
embarrassed the whole grid.Sean's obviously taking it easy on this TT out-lap but the high quality video really does capture the noise and the aggression of the quad-cam V-twin perfectly. The camera angle also highlights John Britten's clever wishbone front
On a 600 Supersport bike, top TT riders are using full throttle for more than 70% of a lap and Gorse Lea, a fearsome right hander just before the riders turn right at Ballacraine traffic lights, is a great example of the commitment you need to do
If you're going to this year's TT in a few weeks, you could watch at the Grandstand. You could also watch somewhere predictable like Creg ny Baa or Quarter Bridge.I suggest you don't.Barregarroo (pronounced baggarrow) dip, as this video shows quite
Blinded by the low sun, vision impaired by splattered flies, distracted by passing a slower 600, Paul Shoesmith has a very lucky escape when he goes the wrong side of the pit wall on the TT start finish straight. Eeek!
Norton announced last week that they're retuning to racing at the 2012 Isle of Man TT. Mark Forsyth grabbed Norton CEO Stuart Garner at the Isle of Man TT launch event to find out what the firm's plans are..So you're running a Spondon framed Aprilia
It’s not often you get to do a quick roads-open TT lap with a seven times winner. Or even two laps. But that’s where I found myself last month. Sat astride a brand new Triumph Speed Triple, in the Isle of Man with a patchy-damp surface and brand new
On near-death experiencesI’ve never had any real ‘moments’ in the Isle of Man before. You hear people say ‘oooo I had this big moment at such and such a section’ but I’d been lucky not to have any.Until this year’s TT, that is.I’d had no practice
Spent the best part of Wednesday with Ian Hutchinson over at the Isle of Man. He (and me) and a host of others were over there for the TT press launch (26th May - 6th June). It was a good event, made even better by beautiful weather. Hard to believe
This is what you see if you've got a press pass and a video camera and lie on the pavement at Glen Vine. Shot during evening practice on the Friday, you can hear the birds chirping in between the bikes flying past but you can't sense the warm blast of air coming past moments afte...
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