Trackside, aerial and kerb cameras can only get you so close to the action; to really appreciate the awesome Isle of
Man TT you need to be onboard.
Join the stars for ‘six of the best’ as
they once more push the boundaries of what is possible on the Mountain Course.
The latest onboard camera technology
puts you in the hot seat for a breathtaking insight into skill, commitment and
determination needed to be the best of the best at the TT.
Volume two picks up where the first installment left off so get ready for some full throttle, edge of the seat action.
Four years on from his horrific
accident, immortalised in Closer to the
Edge, Conor Cummins is back to the sublime form he was known for. This
blistering lap from the Senior race shows just how smooth and confident the big
Manxman is on his home territory.
Dean Harrison is a young man with a
bright future at the TT. Eager to ensure his father Conrad isn’t the only
member of the family going home with a winner’s watch and trophy, Dean pulls
the pin and shows the rest of the Lightweight TT pack a clean pair of heels.
Keen to make sure Conrad doesn’t get
another watch to add to his collection Dave Molyneux and Patrick Farrance put
in a fast lap in Sure Sidecar Race 2 to consolidate their lead over the Yorkshire
Dunlop pulls out all the stops to record one of his fastest ever TT laps. With
the Tyco by TAS Suzuki superbike on the pipe, William shows that Michael didn’t
get all the talent in the family...
1911, the first year of racing on the Mountain, Frank Philipp set the record at
50.14mph. 103 years later Peter Hickman makes 129.104mph look almost easy.
What’s all the more astonishing is he did it as a newcomer on a superstock
If Mr F Philipp esq. of the Scott Motorcycle
Company of Shipley would be amazed by a 129mph lap, try and comprehend his
astonishment at the thought of an electric powered motorcycle completing a lap
in excess of 117mph! Here we have John ‘King of the Mountain’ McGuinness
doing just that on the mighty Mugen Shinden.