Sleeve signed by TT Legend John McGuinness who claimed his 16th and 17th win at the Isle of Man 2011 TT
The Official Review of the 2011 Isle of Man will be packed with jaw-dropping action from around the legendary 37.73-mile road course, plus all the usual interviews, behind-the-scenes access and bonus features.
Once again, the Blu-ray disc version of the Official Review will deliver unrivalled High Definition viewing quality and exceptional sound, plus the DVD version of the review in the box at no extra cost.
The 2011 TT promises to be one of the most competitive ever, with top riders and leading teams lining up to take on the challenge.
The great John McGuinness also returns and will be looking to get back on the top step of the podium after last year’s disappointment, adding yet more victories to his 15-win tally.
Former TAS Suzuki teammates Bruce Anstey and Cameron Donald, both TT winners, have new challenged for 2011 – Anstey is with Padgetts and Donald has moved to with Wilson Craig.
Back in the TAS squad, Guy Martin is the new recruit – he’ll be looking to put the 170mph crash of last year behind him and finally land that elusive first TT win.
Plus, Keith Amor, Michael and William Dunlop, Ryan Farquhar and Michael Rutter will be among the stars hoping to battle for victories in 2011.
There’s also a wealth of talented newcomers due to line up for the 2011 TT, including short circuit ace Simon Andrews.
The three-wheel racing will also be scintillating, with Austrian Klaus Klaffenbock back with Dan Sayle and determined to defend the double sidecar TT wins he scored last year.
Stunning trackside and aerial camera work will be skilfully combined with the very best on-board footage to give you the ultimate view of the TT course and let you share every moment of excitement from every race.
The Official Review will also include interviews with the stars, plenty of bonus material and a look at some of the off-track excitement. There’ll also be plenty of coverage of the star-studded events organised to mark the 100th anniversary of racing on the Mountain course and Yamaha’s 50th anniversary.