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Images Dated 8th July 2011

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Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: The last Clubman winner: Bernard Codd (BSA) 1956 Senior Clubman TT

The last Clubman winner: Bernard Codd (BSA) 1956 Senior Clubman TT
Bernard Codd strokes his BSA Gold Star through Cronk ny Mona, to complete a Clubman double at the last running of the Clubman TT on the Isle of Man

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Bill Ivy (250 Yamaha): 1967 Lightweight TT

Bill Ivy (250 Yamaha): 1967 Lightweight TT
Bill Ivy leaves Parliament Square on the fabulous V-4 Yamaha. Although he retired from the race, Bill finished third in the 250 World Championship

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: John Surtees (MV) at Kates Cottage: 1956 Senior TT

John Surtees (MV) at Kates Cottage: 1956 Senior TT
The massed spectators crane forward to watch and hear John Surtees wail past Kates Cottage to win the 1956 Senior TT

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Tarquinio Provini at Parkfield Corner, 1957 Ultra Lightweight TT

Tarquinio Provini at Parkfield Corner, 1957 Ultra Lightweight TT
Italian ace Tarquinio Provini takes Parkfield Corner in the 1957 Ultra Lightweight TT. In retirement he produced the Protar plastic kits, one of which was this Mondial

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Manliff Barrington (Moto Guzzi): 1947 Lightweight TT

Manliff Barrington (Moto Guzzi): 1947 Lightweight TT
A TT competitor from 1935 to 1951, Barrington won two post-war Lightweight TTs. Manliff takes a tight line at Quarter Bridge

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: The first Ton 125cc lap: Bill Ivy (Yamaha) 1966 Ultra Lightweight TT

The first Ton 125cc lap: Bill Ivy (Yamaha) 1966 Ultra Lightweight TT
Just nine years after Bob McIntyre set the first ton lap of the Mountain Course, Bill Ivy took his 125 Yamaha to that magic figure

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Little Bill; big Matchless

Little Bill; big Matchless
Bill Ivy is dwarfed by his Kirby Matchless at Quarter Bridge in the 1965 Senior TT. Despite his lack of stature, Bill won the British 500cc Championship that year

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Top three at the 1957 Junior TT

Top three at the 1957 Junior TT
Winner Bob McIntyre (Gilera, 79) is flanked by Keith Campbell (Moto Guzzi) left and Bob Brown (Gilera) right in the winners enclosure for the 1957 Junior TT

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Manx Arms action: Florian Camathias (BMW) 1959 Sidecar TT

Manx Arms action: Florian Camathias (BMW) 1959 Sidecar TT
The Swiss/German partnership of Florian Camathias and Hilmar Cecco take their BMW round the Manx Arms. They finished second to Schneider/ Strauss (BMW)

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Carlo Ubbiali at Governors Bridge; 1956 Lightweight TT

Carlo Ubbiali at Governors Bridge; 1956 Lightweight TT
With his overjacket flapping in the breeze, Carlo Ubbiali heads for his second of five TT wins. The Clypse Course did not take in the Governors Bridge dip

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Clypse action from Cecil Sandford (Mondial) 1957 Lightweight TT

Clypse action from Cecil Sandford (Mondial) 1957 Lightweight TT
1957 Lightweight TT winner Cecil Sandford (Mondial) at Cronk y Garroo on the Clypse Course

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: The Featherbed man: Harold Daniel, 1950 Senior TT

The Featherbed man: Harold Daniel, 1950 Senior TT
It was Harold Daniel who coined the name for the Rex McCandless frame that helped Norton to stay on top of the world, against the much faster Italian multis. Harold approaches Ballaugh Bridge

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Cronk ny Mona action: Ken Kavanagh (Moto Guzzi) 1956 Junior TT

Cronk ny Mona action: Ken Kavanagh (Moto Guzzi) 1956 Junior TT
In a race which featured a hailstorm, Australian Ken Kavanagh took the win after the retirements of Bob McIntyre, Bill Lomas and John Surtees

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Pre-war - Post-war winner: Harold Daniell (Norton) 1947 Senior TT

Pre-war - Post-war winner: Harold Daniell (Norton) 1947 Senior TT
The initial post-war TT years were dominated by pre-war riders. Harold Daniell, who had been rejected for the Services due to poor eyesight, won the first post-WWII Senior TT

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Carlo Ubbiali (MV) Ultra Lightweight TT

Carlo Ubbiali (MV) Ultra Lightweight TT
Passing the Grandstand, Carlo Ubbiali is in a class of his own, winning the 1956 Ultra Lightweight TT. He had won the Lightweight earlier that day

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2011: Fritz Hillebrand / Manfred Grunwald (BMW) 1956 Sidecar TT

Fritz Hillebrand / Manfred Grunwald (BMW) 1956 Sidecar TT
The German pairing of Fritz Hillebrand and Manfred Grunwald take their BMW outfit round Governors Bridge. With TT and Dutch TT wines


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