The action, the drama and the controversy - this is the full story. This is the official DVD review of the 2007 Kennedy International North West 200. The official review of the Northern Irish spectacular features the high-speed competition as the best road races in the world and many British Superbike regulars take on the famous Portrush-Portstewart-Coleraine Triangle.
Kiwi Bruce Anstey overcame a first race spill to dominate the day, taking a hat-trick of wins and a controversial second place. This official DVD review details Anstey's success, plus the performance of other big names, including Rutter, McGuinness, Plater and Martin, and Cameron Donald's bone-crunching smash.
Northern Ireland's International North West 200 triangular circuit runs between the towns of Portrush, Portstewart and Coleraine – an area of outstanding natural beauty and home to the world famous Giant’s Causeway. It is one of the fastest circuits in the world with speeds reaching an incredible 200mph.
The first North West 200 was held on 20th April 1929 and is now Ireland’s largest outdoor sporting event, attracting crowds in excess of 150,000 as well as the biggest names in the sport.