With the sun setting, Australian Cameron Donald guides his
600cc Relentless Suzuki Supersport machine around Tower Bends as he completes
another practice lap at the 2009 Isle of Man TT.
TAS Racing’s Donald was a favourite for victory at TT2009, especially
after a stunning unofficial lap record speed of 131.457mph during
Superbike practice. Sadly for Cam’s fans, he
had a practice fall on the eve of the opening race and was forced to sit out
The picture was captured by renowned road racing
photographer Stephen Davison, is a real celebration of Donald’s undoubted
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