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TT 2012 On Bike Laps Vol 1 DVD

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Catalogue No. 1877 , Release Date: 01 June 2012
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DVD (96 minutes)
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TT 2012 On Bike Laps Vol 1 DVD - Description

Recorded during the 2012 Isle of Man TT fuelled by Monster Energy, this is a collection of complete on-board laps letting you experience the white knuckle thrill ride of lapping the legendary Mountain course at speeds approaching 200mph, with houses, hedges and wall just inches away.

Volume One features five laps filmed during Practice Week, as low-lying sun, overcast skies and slower machines add extra dimensions to the extreme challenge of the spectacular 37.7-mile public road course.

Rising TT star James Hillier is first out, and a combination of forward and rear-facing cameras let you watch him first shadow Cameron Donald, then display his skills as he negotiates the 1000cc Kawasaki past slower rivals on a lap which takes him little more than 18 minutes.

Guy Martin copes with glaring sun and sudden patches of almost complete darkness as he weaves the Tyco Suzuki Superbike between the hedges on his way to an average lap speed of 127mph, all captured by the forward-facing camera.

We move to three wheels to join Tony Baker and Fiona Baker Milligan in their Suzuki-powered outfit, the forward-facing camera allowing you to see what the passenger sees as you catch – and fly past- rival outfits on the tight narrow roads.

Staying with the chairs TT legend Dave Molyneux and passenger Patrick Farrance offer an on-board master class in controlled riding on the Mountain course. The forward-facing camera mounted in front of Farrance captures a smooth, but fast lap – at an average of 109.958mph.

Finally Wilson Craig Honda Superbike-mounted Cameron Donald has a busy day at the office, weaving his way through the traffic as he blitzes the lap to record a 129.075mph average – and his forward-facing camera lets you share the roller coast ride.