In the road racing hall of fame, Robert Dunlop surely deserves a prominent place.
Since his road race debut in 1979 he has achieved great success, both in Ireland and on the international scene. But how much is really known about this distinguished member of road racing's most famous family?
This is your chance to discover the real Robert from those who know him best. Close family members, mentor Liam Beckett, top motorcycle journalist Jimmy Walker and race promoter Billy Nutt all speak about the rider, who achieved eight victories in the Cookstown 100 in the period 1985 1993.
His strengths, weaknesses and his relationship with older brother Joey are all discussed openly - including by Robert himself. Former race rivals Carl Fogarty, Steve Hislop and Jeremy McWilliams pay tribute to Robert's skills and look back at memorable moments from his career - including some of those infamous crashes.
This is a revealing and at times moving portrait of a man who, through his talent, courage and sportsmanship has done so much to enrich the road racing scene. Also features Robert Dunlop's record breaking 15th win at the 2006 North West 200.