"Best ever TT coverage....get the full feel of speed around the course" Motorcycle News
Experience the record-breaking race action of the 2009 Isle of Man TT from on board the machines!
TT2009 produced some of the closest, fastest and most thrilling racing ever seen on the legendary 37.7-mile TT course. Experience four racing laps with the biggest names in the sport, with producer North One’s cutting-edge technology delivering top quality footage. See the TT as the riders do - so close to the action you can feel every bump and jolt. The adrenalin will be pumping and the heart pounding as you hit speeds in excess of 180mph!
First up is Guy Martin on lap four of the Dainese Superbike TT. The low-mounted, forward facing camera shows the 1000cc Hydrex Honda’s suspension hard at work as Martin laps at an incredible 127.685mph on his way to third place.
Next we ride with sidecar legend Dave Molyneux as he races to victory, and into the record books, during Sure Sidecar Race 1. The forward-facing camera is mounted low on the DMR Suzuki outfit, letting you share Moly’s view as he laps at 115.040mph. This is awe-inspiring stuff, showing the skill and bravery it takes to go sidecar racing.
A rear-facing camera on Ian Hutchinson’s 600cc Padgetts Honda gives a rare view of the course at an incredible 125.726mph! Experience every bump the back wheel hits, and every slide, as you join Hutchy on the last lap of Relentless Supersport Race 1, and witness the incredible closing speed of Bruce Anstey’s TAS Suzuki during the nip and tuck battle between the pair. Our final race lap is with Carl Rennie during the Royal London 360 Superstock Race as he blasts around the course on his 1000cc Suzuki at a staggering 125.73mph on the first lap.
Plus, we have a world first - the DVD debut of on-board lap of the TT course by an electric-powered bike. Join Thomas Montano during practice for TTXGP, the inaugural race for clean emissions motorcycles, at an impressive average lap speed of 67.043mph. The forward-facing camera lets you share this historic lap - and the very first electric motorcycle spill at the TT!
Volume One is also available.