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Joey Dunlop Ray McCullough and Rivals Download

Catalogue No. 1888HDED , Release Date: 12 November 2012
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Joey Dunlop Ray McCullough and Rivals Download - Description

From Waldovision, the company that produced Joey Dunlop - No Ordinary Joe and How the North West was Won, comes a new DVD about racing in Ulster in the 1960s and 1970s.

Joey, Ray and Rivals (and a little bit of history!) is arguably the most comprehensive history made about the Armoy Armada, led by Joey Dunlop, and the Dromara Destroyers, led by Ray McCullough.

It features interviews with all the Dromara team, including McCulloughIan McGregorBrian Reid and Trevor Steele and from the Armoy sideJim DunlopHugh and James O’KanePaul Robinson and Bill Kennedy, and includes contributions from William DunlopGuy MartinConnor Cummins and more stars, like veteran Scottish rider Denis Gallagher.

The DVD includes many unpublished pictures from family albums and photographers who were close to the two groups, plus there is footage of racing in the 1960s and 1970s never seen on DVD before and unique interviews with McCullough recorded in the 1970s.

Plus, filmmaker Alwyn James explains how nearly 40 years ago he managed to achieve comprehensive race coverage, including a camera on the bike.

"and a little bit of history" refers to a short history of racing in Ulster from the 1920s to the 1960s, with much unseen film of racing at the Carrowdore 100, the Ulster Grand Prix, the North West 200, the Cookstown 100 and the Temple 100.

The DVD also features new songs specially written by Mike Keery about Ray McCullough and Brian Reid, and a concluding song by Joe Reid.

Presented by the BBC’s Stephen Watson, this DVD  is essential viewing for all the fans. If you were there you can relive the glory days, and if not you can see what made racing so unique and exciting at that time.