The Official Isle of Man TT 2013 fuelled by Monster Energy Review looks back on one of the best meetings in recent memory.
With all the action from all the racing this program will definitely leaving you wanting more.
Even if you were sat on the hedges watching as the action unfolded in front of you this film will give you a great insight into how the races developed around the 37.73 miles of the Mountain Course.
2013 was a ground-breaking year for the Isle of Man TT with three first-time-winners, new lap- and race records and a new absolute lap record of 131.678 mph.
Michael Dunlop proved he’d come of age as a
great road racer with four wins in one week to take him past his father's tally of five. By the middle of race week he looked set to complete a whitewash as records tumbled before his dominance.
Although he was beaten on a Superbike for the first time since 2003 John McGuinness made it clear the changing of the guard would have to wait for another year with a brilliant win in the Senior plus that new absolute lap record.
Bruce Anstey, New Zealand's "Flying Kiwi" showed that at the age of 43 he was faster than ever and continued his almost incredible run of podium finishes.
Gary Johnson, the 2011 Supersport winner, was all out for victory but minor mechanical problems continued to conspire against him despite his fearsome pace.
Guy Martin, Cameron Donald, James Hillier and a galaxy of TT stars were on hand to make the racing some of the closest
racing ever seen at the TT.
Dean Harrison led the
charge for a new generation of road racers while Australian star Josh Brookes
set an incredible newcomers lap record in excess of 127mph!
There was just as much talent on display in
the sidecar class. Tim Reeves, the Birchall brothers, Dave Molyneux, Conrad
Harrison and John Holden were all in the mix with the
strongest field for many years.
It might have been derided in the past but the SES TT Zero Challenge proved to doubters just how relevant-and exciting-the zero emissions class has become at the TT. Once more it came down to a grudge match between previous winners
MotoCzsyz and the stunning Shinden Ni built by Japanese rivals Mugen. With Michael Rutter out to defend his two consecutive victories and lap record against Mugen-mounted John McGuinnessit was always going to be a record-breaking showdown.
With a new absolute lap record from John
McGuinness and a whole host of lap- and race records across the board, TT 2013 certainly lived up to its billing.
It’s all here including brilliant onboard and helicopter footage as well as
awesome super-slow-motion shots that will take your breath away.