This is the official DVD review of the 2007 Isle of Man TT races. For the first time ever the TT review is brought to fans on 2 discs and, in addition to the usual highlights and action, contains never-before-seen footage.
This official TT DVD review brings together staggering race action from every angle, using cameras mounted on bikes, helicopters, kerbs around the circuit, plus footage from the paddock, pit lane and parties. You'll witness 4 hours of action, including never-before-seen footage, record-breaking racing, history-making moments, new camera positions, features and extras.
Records fell and history was made as the first ever 130mph lap was completed by John McGuinness, who took his TT win tally up to 13 despite tough opposition from fellow stars of road racing, including Hutchinson, Martin, Anstey and more - including a stunning line-up of newcomers. McGuinness wasn't alone in re-writing the record books - sidecar star Dave Molyneux overcame drama to join him as the third most successful TT competitor of all time, beating the odds to secure his 12th and 13th victories around the gruelling course.
It was the centenary of the Isle of Man TT races and was one of the biggest events ever in the history of the TT. Record crowds flocked to the island, and the event witnessed the highest level of TV and press coverage than ever before. Apart from the 60,000 race fans, the fortnight was also attended by many celebrities, past and present, from the world of motorsport such as Murray Walker, John Surtees, Carl Fogarty and Nori Haga. And, a number of the big bike manufacturers, such as Honda and Yamaha, took over the local towns showing off their classic racing bikes as well as organising their own brand of entertainment for the crowds.
With aerial, on-board and kerbside footage and several new vantage points, this official TT DVD review puts you at the heart of the racing and is the best way to relive all the highlights from the centenary, 2007 Isle of Man TT races.
With 2 discs and four hours of action this is a superb DVD for all TT fans brought to you by the Sky Sports DVD Shop.