“238 minutes of spine tingling real roads racing….undoubtedly the best ever coverage……the on-bike action and ultra slow-motion sequences will leave you breathless” Classic Racer
“Best ever TT coverage” Motorcycle News
“It doesn’t matter how many times you watch racing from the Island, it never becomes any less compelling” Simon Arron, Daily Telegraph
“Simply put – if you were there, you need this. If you weren’t, you need it even more” Streetfighters
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The 2009 Isle of Man TT Official Review delivers comprehensive coverage of a record-breaking event, with edge-of-the-seat drama from every race, special features and informed commentary from Steve Parrish and James Whitham.
Produced for the first time by North One Television, theres more on-board cameras with top riders than ever before and the slow-motion sequences recorded with the Hi-Motion camera are a spellbinding innovation. The skill it takes to control 240bhp superbikes at over 190mph has never been so spectacularly captured.
Experience every vital moment, including John McGuinness scoring his 15th TT win and setting a new outright lap record – an average speed of 131.578mph around the 37.73-mile course. Theres the unforgettable PokerStars Senior TT triumph by Steve Plater, the fearsome battles between Ian Hutchinson and Guy Martin, the heartbreak of Bruce Anstey and Cameron Donald, the emotional return of the Dunlop name to the winners step and much more.
Plus, Sidecar legend Dave Molyneuxs 14th TT win and the inaugural TTXGP – a race for clean emission motorcycles which once again put the TT at the forefront of motorcycle technology.
Dramatic action, incredible on-board footage, interviews and behind-the-scenes features make this the essential record of another historic year for the Isle of Man TT.
Bonus features – On-board with MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi, interviews with Murray Walker O.B.E. and Steve Plater, on-board laps from Billown and more.
“Without doubt this year’s official TT review, from Duke Video, offers the best TT coverage ever. In something of a milestone year for the TT, with John McGuinness raising the bar yet again, Steve Plater winning the big prize, the Senior TT, and another generation of Dunlop, Michael, adding his name to a TT trophy, and MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi making his first visit to the Isle of Man, the coverage is a fitting tribute. Produced this year by North One Television the on-bike action and ultra slow-motion sequences will leave you breathless. It’s as near as you could get to the real thing, and when you see what happens to suspension in those slow motion moments you’ll admire the TT heroes even more……in 238 minutes of spine tingling real roads racing you get to enjoy the Master of the Mountain John McGuinness, along with the challengers for his crown, in what is undoubtedly the best ever coverage of the World’s greatest road race. and the super slow motion action, shot on Hi-motion cameras, has to be seen to be believed” Classic Racer
“This year’s footage, courtesy of North One Television, has been some of the best we’ve been treated to” Motorcycle News
“It doesn’t matter how many times you watch racing from the Island, it never becomes any less compelling. Recommended: watching a sidecar outfit hurtle down Bray Hill. Not Recommended: sitting on that sidecar outfit” Simon Arron, Daily Telegraph
“A four-hour bonanza of race footage from helicopters, on-board and tracksie cameras, pit and paddock coverage and more. The action flows right through practice week and race week with commentary from Steve Parrish and James Whitham, and includes all of the usual racing classes from Senior to Supersport and everything in between – check out Cameron Donald’s unofficial lap record set during practice and then his monumentally unlucky crash afterwards. Also featured are the sidecars in frenetic three-wheeled action and complete coverage of the TTXGP in all its aphonic glory, plus the iconic parade lap by Agostini and Rossi. Simply put – if you were there, you need this. If you weren’t, you need it even more”Streetfighters