The Official 2018 Isle of Man TT Review on DVD is the perfect memento of what promises to be another sensational race meeting.
New TT production company Greenlight Television takes over at an exciting time in recent TT history with the stage set for a TT like we haven't seen this Century!
No John McGuinness, Guy Martin or Bruce Anstey on the startline leaves the stage clear for a new generation of TT heroes to make their mark - but first they have to deal with a certain Mr Dunlop who has already made a huge name for himself in TT record books.
With Michael Dunlop on Tyco BMW for the RST Superbike TT Race and PokerStars Senior TT Race all eyes are on the young Northern Irish star for big results.
However, if Michael wants to add to his impressive tally he's going to have to deal with some very stiff opposition.
Peter Hickman returns for his second year on the Smiths BMW package on which he proved very formidable in 2017.
James Hillier, TT's Mr Consistency, once more rides for Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki (his ninth consecutive year for Pete Extance’s Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing team) and he gets faster all the time.
Dean Harrison is another rider loyal to the big Kawasakis, sticking with Silicone Engineering with whom he has a well-established relationship. The Yorkshireman improved his PB at TT 2017 in tricky conditions, can he build on that to make 2018 the year he breaks through to the big time?
Dan Kneen will partner Michael Dunlop at Tyco, again building on a strong TT 2017, and looks like a strong podium contender, especially if he can sort his pitstops out.
Josh Brookes reprises his Norton ride and is a formidable racer however you look at it. With a year's experience under his belt, plus Classic TT success the Aussie is bound to be podium hunting this year.
The quality of the field extends right out of the top twenty and down to the newcomers - it will be an exciting year for the solo racers!
In the sidecars all eyes are on the battle between current lap record holders Ben and Tom Birchall and David Molyneux and Dan Sayle, the most successful sidecar pairing of all time.
At the Launch Event in March it was David's new outfit, dubbed 'the Batbike,' that caught the headlines but he and Dan will have to get out of the blocks quickly if they want to get to grips with the flying Macclesfield boys.
Nobody could discount Tim Reeves and Mark Wilkes as podium contenders, especially with the backing of Carl Cox Motorsport, but there's also John Holden and Lee Cain and his old foe Conrad Harrison, now partnered with John's former passenger Andy Winkle.
Other sidecar contenders include Alan Founds, Pete Founds, Karl Bennett, Nicholas Dukes and French star Estelle Le Blond
The new look Official Review gives you the chance to see all of the very best of the racing, the atmosphere, the interviews and the stars in one action-packed burst, covering over three hours of thrilling entertainment. Unmissable for all fans of the World's Ultimate Road Race!