DJ took his first Isle of Man TT win in the 1999 Formula 1. He went on to win twice more that week, then won another three in 2000 and 2002.
With the 2001 races cancelled due to foot and mouth he became the first man in TT history to win three races in each of three successive meetings.
He wasn't just a winning machine though, he was always out in front breaking lap records - David was the first to do a 125mph lap, a 126mph lap and in 2002 he pushed the record to over 127mph.
His untimely death in 2003 undoubtably robbed the TT of one of the biggest natural talents it had ever seen - and the footage on this film shows just how skilful a rider the big lad from Yorkshire really was.
With expert naration from DJ's uncle Nick, this new release from Duke brings together all of David's win for the first time.
With over three hours of racing footage from the archives this is a film you'll watch time and again.