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Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Whitegates action: Steve Hislop (750 Honda) 1994 Formula One TT

Whitegates action: Steve Hislop (750 Honda) 1994 Formula One TT
At the second running of the race after bad weather had caused it to be red flagged on the Saturday, Steve Hislop rode the newly-introduced RC45 Honda to another F1 / Senior double at TT 1994

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: The White Charger: Steve Hislop (Abus Norton) 1992 Senior TT

The White Charger: Steve Hislop (Abus Norton) 1992 Senior TT
The TT Race of the Century is how the battle between Steve Hislop (Norton) and Carl Fogarty (Yamaha) is known. For six laps these two TT superstars battled it out, Steve winning by a scant 4.4 seconds

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Slippery when wet : Jamie Whitam (Durex Suzuki)

Slippery when wet : Jamie Whitam (Durex Suzuki)
We trust Jamie Whitham refers to a nasty slide at Quarter Bridge; not an unexpected rise in the birth-rate in Huddersfield! The London Rubber Co. sponsored the Suzuki team in 1989

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: The first 120+ mph lap: Steve Hislop (Honda) 1989 Formula 1 TT

The first 120+ mph lap: Steve Hislop (Honda) 1989 Formula 1 TT
Beating the 120 mph barrier from a standing start, Steve Hislop, seen here at Tower Bends, was in a class of his own at the 1989 TT

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Steve Hislop and Carl Fogarty: 1991 Formula One TT

Steve Hislop and Carl Fogarty: 1991 Formula One TT
Steve Hislop is shadowed by his Honda team-mate Carl Fogarty at Braddan Bridge in the 1991 Formula One TT. Steve won, setting a new outright lap record at 123.48 mph

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Mez Phil Mellor: 1984 Production TT

Mez Phil Mellor: 1984 Production TT
Phil Mellor started his racing days on Yamaha RD 350 machines, before moving on up to ride the works Suzuki. In 1984 he rode this Padgetts of Batley RD250 LC to winthe 250 Production race

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Steve Hislops last TT race: 1994 Senior TT

Steve Hislops last TT race: 1994 Senior TT
Steve Hislop and his Castrol Honda team makes themself ready for the 1994 Senior TT. This was to be Steves last TT race; he led from flagfall to chequered flag

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Steve Hislop (750 Honda); 1991 Senior TT

Steve Hislop (750 Honda); 1991 Senior TT
With team-mate Carl Fogarty off-Island on Superbike duties, it was left to Steve Hislop to hold a masterclass on the works RVF750 Honda, winning the 1991 Senior TT with ease

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Steve Hislop (750 Honda) 1989 Senior TT

Steve Hislop (750 Honda) 1989 Senior TT
Steve Hislop is already 10 seconds up on time over Trevor Nation (Norton) in just two miles, and went on to complete his hat-trick of 1989 TT wins

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Steve Hislop: 1989 Supersport 600 TT

Steve Hislop: 1989 Supersport 600 TT
Steve Hislop takes his CBR 600 Honda through Braddan Bridge n his way to one of his hat-trick of 1989 TT wins

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: The Flying Haggis: Steve Hislop 1987 Formula 2 TT

The Flying Haggis: Steve Hislop 1987 Formula 2 TT
Hawicks Steve Hislop came to TT prominence when he won the 1987 Formula 2 TT. With eleven TT wins to his name, Steve is a worthy member of the TT Hall of Fame

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: 1. 8 seconds apart at the finish: Ian Lougher (Yamaha)

1. 8 seconds apart at the finish: Ian Lougher (Yamaha)
" As I was going down Bray Hill on the last lap I decided to try and put a really fast lap together". Ian Lougher succeeded by setting a record lap which stood for many years

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: White Gates action: Steve Hislop 1991 Supersport TT

White Gates action: Steve Hislop 1991 Supersport TT
Steve Hislop heads for his second hat-trick of TT wins

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Bungalow action for Steve Hislop (750 Honda)

Bungalow action for Steve Hislop (750 Honda)
With his knee skimming the road at the Bungalow, Steve Hislop took his second TT win in the 1988 Production B TT

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: Suzuki Stars on Parade

Suzuki Stars on Parade
3-times TT winner Graeme Crosby and Mitsuo Itoh, the only Japanese rider ever to win a TT, cross the line together on the 1990 Suzuki Parade

Background imageImages Dated 7th July 2011: The Martin Dynasty

The Martin Dynasty
27 years, but barely an inch between them at Quarter Bridge. Left: Ian Martin (P&M Suzuki) in the 1982 Formula One TT. Right: Son Guy Martin (Hydrex Honda) 2009 Superstock TT


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