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Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1967 Senior TT

1967 Senior TT
The 1967 Senior is often quoted as the race of the century Mike Hailwood and his ill-handling Honda 4 scrapped with Giacomo Agostini and his more nimble MV3 for five laps until Agos chain failed

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Omobono Tenni

Omobono Tenni
13 years separate these shots of Omobono Tenni riding the Moto Guzzi 500 v-twin. He retired in the 1935 but finished 9th in the 1948 race

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: James Lansdowne Pa Norton

James Lansdowne Pa Norton
Founder of the most successful British TT machine, Pa Norton was out of luck with his TT rides, retiring in the three TT races he competed in. Shown here with his 1909 mount

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Joeys first TT win

Joeys first TT win
When Joey Dunlop was looking for tyres for his Seeley Yamaha in 1977, he found it difficult to get any at the right price

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: The last Manx Norton TT win

The last Manx Norton TT win
Mike Hailwood winning the last TT forthe overhead camshaft Norton, a power unit that was firstused in 1927. Norton;s last victory was with a very different engine

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1964 Lightweight Manx winners

1964 Lightweight Manx winners
Last held in 1948, a Lightweight rce was reintroduced for the 1964 Manx. The winner was Gordon Keith (Greeves, 64). Runnner-up was Rex Butcher (17) with Terry Grotefeld third (both Aermacchi)

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Hall Green

Hall Green
Stanley Woods looks on as his 500 Velocette is fettled at Hall Green, the home of Veloce Ltd. The factory looked the same when it closed in the 1960s

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1924 Ultra Lightweight TT

1924 Ultra Lightweight TT
The first massed-start TT. The whole field is in view as they leave the start. The winner was Jock Porter (New Gerrard, 1)

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Les Graham - DFC

Les Graham - DFC
Les Graham (MV) at Quarter Bridge, 1953 TT. During WWII he flew Lancaster bombers over Germany and was awarded the DFC for bravery

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1967 Production TT

1967 Production TT
After a 4-year layoff, John Hartle (650 Triumph Bonneville) won the first 750cc Production TT

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Smoking and racing are bad for your health!

Smoking and racing are bad for your health!
Harvey Williams (BSA) snapped in practice for the 1952 Ultra Lighweight race

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 2007 Senior TT

2007 Senior TT
Mission accomplished! John McGuinness (HM PLant Honda) with trophy, beer and confirmation that he has set the first 230 mph lap of the TT course

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: So close

So close
John Williams was comfortably leading the 1976 Senior TT, until he ran out of fuel at Signpost Corner on the last lap, pushing his Suzuki home in 7th place

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Ramsey Town Hall - twice removed

Ramsey Town Hall - twice removed
More a social history pic than just a picture of Ernie Thomas (Velocette). The wonderful Victorian Ramsey Town Hall and fire station, built in 1895

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: An Amazing Arrow

An Amazing Arrow
Brands Hatch specialist Michael O Rourke took this Herman Meier-tuned Ariel Arrow to a fine seventh place in the 1960 Lightweight TT, beaten only by the works MV, Morini and Honda, machines

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: George Formby in No Limit

George Formby in No Limit
George Formbys wife banned anyone taking images of him during th making of No Limit. But someone managed to bag this shot of Gitting sitting between Harold Rowell (left) and Jock Fairweather (right)

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Kenny Arthur -a unique Ton TT Double

Kenny Arthur -a unique Ton TT Double
Pasenger Kenny Arthur holds a unique double in TT history; as having been the only passenger to have lapped the Mountain Course over the ton on both a right-hand and left-hand outfit

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: The Armoy Armada

The Armoy Armada
Joey Dunlop, Jim Dunlop, Mervyn Robinson, Frank Kennedy

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1953 Junior Norton team

1953 Junior Norton team
Ray Amm lines the lowline kneeler with his fellow works riders. Left to right; Ken Kavanagh, Ray Amm, Jack Brett and John Surtees

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1939 Senior TT

1939 Senior TT
Walter Rusk poses with the supercharged v-4 AJS. Despite giving out 55 b.h.p. Rusk only finished 11th in the Senior race. He was later to lap the Ulster GP Clady circuit at over 100 mph

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: A Mugen prototype

A Mugen prototype
Former F1 GP driver Kuniomi Nagamatsu rode this MRV 1000 Mugen in the 2010 Parade Lap. Hirotoshi Honda, son of Sichiro, founded the Mugen company in 1973

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Eight non-stop laps

Eight non-stop laps
Forget your four-lap dashes. In 1957, 41-year old Arthur Wheeler rode the eight-lap Senior TT non-stop on the 500 Guzzi single

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 52 years of Island racing

52 years of Island racing
Arthur Wheelers Island career stretches from 1937 (Junior Manx Grand Prix), ending with a ride in the 1989 Classic Manx Grand Prix

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1962 Sidecar TT

1962 Sidecar TT
All eyes on the starters flagL Max Deubel/Emil Horner (BMW, 4) and race-winner Chris Vincent/Eric Bliss (BSA, 3) anticipate the start

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: The first Southern 100 winner

The first Southern 100 winner
Barely a mile from his Castletown home, Derek Ennett (AJS) won the first ever race at the Southern 100 in 1955. The 4, 25-mile Bolown circuit has remained exactly the same to this day

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Ted Frend - AJS Porcupine

Ted Frend - AJS Porcupine
Ted Frend, team-mate of Les Graham, takes his AJS through Braddan Bridge in the 1950 Senior TT, Originally designed by Joe Craig with supercharger

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Startline 1930 Ulster Grand Prix

Startline 1930 Ulster Grand Prix
Stanley Woods (Norton, 63) lines up to start the 1930 Ulster Grand Prix on the Clady circuit. Jimmy Simpson (62) set the fastest lap but blew up, leaving Stanley to win the fist UGP for Norton

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Rem Fowler

Rem Fowler
Winner of the first twin-cylinder TT Rem Fowler waits for the start of the V.M.C.C. TT rally

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Morgan-tics

Morgan-tics
You have to realise the Morgan;s body is only screwed onto a wooden frame. Judging by the tax disc, it is very likely he drove the Morgan there, raced it then drove home again afterwards

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Bob Geesons REG

Bob Geesons REG
The REG

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Joey s

Joey s
In 2002, the 26th Milestone on the TT course was renamed Joey s, in honour of the 26-times TT winer. Joey is shown at Quarter Bridge on the John Harris-sponsored CB600 in the 1991 Supersport 600 TT

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Hailwoods Heights and Hailwoods Rise

Hailwoods Heights and Hailwoods Rise
In 1981, the Isle of Man honoured Mike Hailwood by naming the right-hander before Brandywell. Mike is shown at Signpost Corner in the 1958 Junior TT; one of four replica-winnng rides of his maiden

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 2007 Century Mural

2007 Century Mural
For TT 2007 students from the Isle of Man College of Further Education produced a set of murals depicting aspects of the TT

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Behind You

Behind You
Jack Skipp and his Cotton Python have the total and undivided attention of the entire Travelling Marshal team as they shepherd him towards the end of the 1999 Classic Lap

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Glyn Jones - an island all-rounder

Glyn Jones - an island all-rounder
MGP rider, TT passenger and rider, Glyn Jones has done em all! Starting with the 98 Newcomers MGP where he finished second, he passengered Dennis Proudman before taking the reins of his own outfit

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: DJ

DJ
David Jefferies winning the 2002 Senior TT. DJ won three triples from 1999 to 2002 on Yamaha and Suzuki machines

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Roberts first island win

Roberts first island win
Robert Dunlop makes for a swift exit from the pits on his way towinning the 1983 Manx Grand Prix Newcomers race

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: The Keen Kneen Boys

The Keen Kneen Boys
Broke it Bruv?" Winner of the 1980 Junior Manx and later tracelling marshal Mike Kneen chats to is younger brother Phil, a retiree from the 1983 Juniro Manx

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Deep in thought

Deep in thought
Radio TTs Charlie Williams caught in a contemplative mood as he warms up his Johnson Yamaha for the 1973 Ultra Lightweight race

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: The Vendetta Man

The Vendetta Man
John Caffrey has been designing and building Vendetta frame and forks for many years, as well as racing his products, Seen at the Gooseneck in the 1984 Formula One in 1984

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 9-wheel formation flying

9-wheel formation flying
A trio of Triumph powered projectiles dice in the 1969 Southern 100 Sidecar Championship. P D Crossley leads B Chatterton and M F Ward

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Head-first down Bray Hill

Head-first down Bray Hill
Dave Wheely Taylor takes the plunge down Bray Hill at TT 1979

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1966 Lightweight TT

1966 Lightweight TT
Third place in the 1966 Lightweight, behinnd the Honda-6s of Hailwood and Graham was Peter Inchley on the Viliers Special, basically a TSS Bultaco powered by a much-modified Satrmake engine

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: A massed-start practice experiment

A massed-start practice experiment
In 1970, they experimented wit setting 10 riders off togerher for practice. Barely two miles in, at Snugborough, there was a mutliple pile-up. The experiment was never repeated

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Celtic Match Races - Jurby Airfield 1976

Celtic Match Races - Jurby Airfield 1976
A talented trio of riders in the holding area. Joey Dunlop (98, Yamsel) 1953 Junior MGP winner Frank Fox (16, ARE Triumph) and Frank Kennedy (Maxton Yamaha) a second member of the Armoy Armada

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: 1969 Production 250 TT

1969 Production 250 TT
Ducatis first TT winner. Entered by the British Formula Racing Club, Mike Rogers (Ducati Mach 1) rounds Parliament Square

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Not the TTs greatest fan

Not the TTs greatest fan
Exactly 37.73 miles after this shot was taken at Quarter Bridge in 1971, Barry Sheene slid off of Utra Lightweight Suzuki and never visited the Isle of Man aagin

Background imageExhibition Images Collection: Roy Peplow - 1965 ISDT

Roy Peplow - 1965 ISDT
Roy Peplow leaves the start for the first day of the 1965 International Six Days Trial - the bike would never be that clean for the next six days. Roy won a Gold



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