'Isle of Man TT Greats' is a collection of recollections from those who have raced and won over the notorious thirty-seven and three-quarter mile long Mountain course, from multiple-World championship winners to the part-timers who scrape together what finances they can in order to compete.
Featured within this book are the memories of the most successful Grand Prix winner of all time and nine-times TT victor Giacomo Agostini, Kel Carruthers was also a World champion and TT race winner and fellow Australian Cameron Donald took two victories at the TT. There's also David Hickman, a Manx Grand Prix winner and father of TT lap record holder Peter, Jason Griffths, another to stand on the top step of the Manx Grand Prix podium and one of the best riders never to have won a TT. Dave Leach, who won four TT races or was it six? Rob McElnea triumphed three times in three years at the TT while Steve Plater won twice in a similar period of time. Brian Reid took five TT victories and lan Simpson followed in his father's footsteps by winning a TT race. Barry Wood was twice a Manx Grand Prix winner and although former TT commentator Murray Walker never raced at the Isle of Man; he remembers his father doing so and winning the Junior TT.
Many, many memories covering almost a century of racing at the Isle Man TT and Manx Grand Prix plus many other motorcycle races. Some happy, some not so happy but all part of one of the World's greatest motorsport events.