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Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: 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 imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Quick filler - Irish style

Quick filler - Irish style
Without the benefit of the quick filler used by the works teams, the Irish came up with their own solution. If you look carefully

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: The Life of Pi(p)

The Life of Pi(p)
Top; Pip Harris crests the Mountain at Cadwell Park in 1948 (photo: G. Schofield) Bottom; a more relaxed style leaving Ramsey, 1967 TT

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Cartoon

Cartoon
" I ll never do another oil change!"

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: 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 imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: A future world champion

A future world champion
Bill Lomas takes off on the Mountain on his Royal Enfield J.A.P. Bills GP career brought him two TT wins and two World Championships with Guzzi

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: DJ

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

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Cadwell Park the early post WWII years

Cadwell Park the early post WWII years
Originally laid out in the grounds of his home by Mansfield Wilkinson to amuse his sons, Cadwell Park held its first race meeting in 1934, Programme and circuit map from the first post-WWII meeting

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Bill Boddice

Bill Boddice started his long and successful racing career, on this 500 Ariel

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Nigel Cap Davies

Nigel Cap Davies
Cap Davies growls of the line to start the 1995 Singles TT. His Yamaha took him to a 6th place finish

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: A Flitwick special

A Flitwick special
The Yamaha GTS 1000 super tourer formed the basis of Steve Linsdell 1996 Formula One racer. Steve finished 10th, best Yamaha finisher

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Sidecar Legends - Nick Crowe

Sidecar Legends - Nick Crowe
Nick Crowe started his TT career as a passenger, but blossomed when he took the reains, tottling up 5 TT wins before a massive accident in 2009 left him and passenger Mark Cox with serious injuries

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Protest

Protest
Honda were unhappy with Suzuki tactics in the 1981 Formula One race, so Alex George, Ron Haslam and Joey Dunlop were The Men in Black, for the Classic TT that year

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: They re Off

They re Off
The flag falls and road racing is about to burst back into life on the British mainland after WWII

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Barn Corner

Barn Corner
Nice to see they used to leave the barn doors open, just in case anyone misjudges Barn Corner

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: TT / World Champions

TT / World Champions
In the good old days it was accepted that the sidecar world champion would ride the TT, as it was a round of the Grand Prix championship

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Rivals

Rivals
Maurice Cann (25) and Les Graham line up for the Unlimited solo race on Easter Monday, 1946. The riders tangled mid-race and Graham retired; Cann went on to finish second to George Brown (HRD)

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Alf Briggs

Alf Briggs
Nottinghams Alf Briggs, riding his Triumph Trophy, which, with a change ftyres, he probably rode in trials and scrambles. Alfs wife Molly also rode Triumphin the Interna

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: A pair of racing families

A pair of racing families
Hugh and Eunice Evans, also John and Hilary Musson

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: The message says it all

The message says it all
John McGuinness took his frustration out on this coppers helmet after his Hondas chain broke leaving Ramsey in the 2009 Senior TT

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Two-stroke guru Ron on parade

Two-stroke guru Ron on parade
Known as a tuner par excellence on strokers, Ron Phillips of Fahron Engineering took to 4-stroke powre for the 1996 Parade Lap

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Celtic Match Race Manx Team

Celtic Match Race Manx Team
The Manx team who took part in the 1988 Celtic Match Race meeting. Left to right; Gordy Moore, Rob Farger, Paddy Martin, Ralph Sutcliffe, Dace Madsen-Mygdal, Phil Kneen, Norman Kneen, Gary Radcliffe

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Brian Morrison

Brian Morrison
Looking a little chunky, unlike the later 600 Hondas, Brian Morrison flies Ballaugh Bridge en route to winning the 1988 600 Production TT

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Hizzy

Hizzy
This fine statue of Steve Hislop stands on Onchan Head overlooking Douglas Bay

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: V-twin beastie

V-twin beastie
With Buell entries for TT 2014, there is a tenuous link to this pic of American Mike Ross on a Harley Davidson in the 1982 Classic TT. H-D supplied power units for the early Buells

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: The 1982 MGP Newcomers winners

The 1982 MGP Newcomers winners
The class winners in the 1982 Newcomers Manx line up. Junior winner Gary Hislop is flanked by Brian Lund (Lightweight, 82) and Senior winner Ian Ogden

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Sidecar Legends - Dave Molyneux

Sidecar Legends - Dave Molyneux
With 17 wins, and third place in the TT all-winners list, Manxman Dave Molyneux has a huge prescence on the TT Hall of Fame His wins, with 7 different passengers, spans 34 years

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: The fabulous Britten

The fabulous Britten
Kiwi designer and engineer John Britten chats to Nick Jefferies at TT 1993. The Britten never showed its true potential on the TT circuit

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: What might have been?

What might have been?
It is 1989, 50 years since George Meier (49) won the last pre-war Senior TT. The bike shadowing him at Quarter Bridge is the supercharged Velocette Roarer twin

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Mose Hutchinson

Mose Hutchinson

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: The Last Time

The Last Time
Joey Dunlop remoces his trademark Arai helmert for the last time at the TT fater the Senior race in 2000. Gone but not forgotten

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Bill Swallow - the Velocette years

Bill Swallow - the Velocette years
In his early years, Bill Swallow raced Velocette, just like his father did before. Seen here at Ballabeg in the 1980 Southern 100

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Hot Horst

Hot Horst
Austrian Horst Saiger must be a candidate for top foreign rider at TT 2014, judging by his form at the North West 200. Photo; Baylom McGaughey

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Two-metre top-up

Two-metre top-up
Manxman Conor Cummins waits patiently as the McAdoo team refuelhis Kawasaki in the 2009 Senior TT. Conor finished runner-up to John McGuinness

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Bill Doran

Bill Doran at Scarborough on the AJS Porcupine. Photo: George Schofield

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: A Yowl of Scotts?

A Yowl of Scotts?
A Scott-only race was held on Good Monday, 1946. I bet 72 was loud with that megaphone exhaust

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Mays Meccano machine

Mays Meccano machine
Top gear James May finishes his lap on the Meccano machine. Oz Clark was a passenger for only part of the time. The project made a good hours TV. Photo: Isle of Man Newspapers)

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: A French Classic

A French Classic
This 1929 French MGC, built by Marcel Guiget & Co. would not win many prizes for elegance

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Whats dropped off?

Whats dropped off?
John Barton checks back to see what appears to be laying in the road during practice for TT 2007. The Orange Army are always looking for volunteers

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: 1930s v-twins

1930s v-twins
A pair of British v-twins, spotted atthe VMCC Rally in Mooragh Park 2005

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: A Manx (cat) Missile

A Manx (cat) Missile
Just as well it din t have a tail. A moggy with a death wish! This one ran the racing gountlet at least twice at Castletown Bridge during a Southern 100. Photo Manx Haven

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Europe Star mourned

Europe Star mourned
Portugese ace Loius Carriera (Kawasaki) at White Gates in the 2011 Superstock TT. Loius died from injuries sustained at the 2012 Macau Grand Prix

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Michael Dunlop on the pace

Michael Dunlop on the pace
Michael Dunlop proved that the BMW is a ace-winning projectile at the recent North West 200. Can he repeat the form at TT 2014, Photo Baylon McCaughey

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: A close call

A close call
Two riders trying to share the same piece of TT tarmac in the 2013 Supersport 1 TT - not good news! James Coward (28) clipped Ivan Lintin and heads for Steve Parker, the cameraman

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: The Saietta

The Saietta
The London-built Saietta acheived 101 mph at the British National record meeting held at Elvington, to set the inaugural electric land speed record

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Le courier feminin francais

Le courier feminin francais
Estelle Leblond finished 29th in both sidecar races at TT 2013, winning her the Sue Jeness Trophy, presented annaually to the best female competitor by the TT Supporters Club

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Neat parking?

Neat parking?
In practice for the 2009 Junior Manx Grand Prix, Simon Perkin managed to park his Triuph in an unusual place. He later raced (but not this machine!)

Background imageImages Dated 10th November 2019: Duck! Definitely a Gor blimey Moment

Duck! Definitely a Gor blimey Moment
Manx racer Paul Smyth (PRF Suzuki) instinctively ducks as a fellow racers machine somersaults and destroys itself at Anglesey in 2013. Paul slid off trying to miss the shrapnel, but was unhurt



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