Own two fantastic DVDs featuring Joey Dunlop and other great names from the world of road racing for a great price. This collection includes Joey Dunlop - No Ordinary Joe, the critically acclaimed documentary about the man behind the racing legend, and Joey, Ray and Rivals, a fascinating look at the days of the Armoy Armada and Dromara Destroyer.
Joey, Ray and Rivals (and a little bit of history!)
The legendary rivalry between the Armoy Armada and Dromara Destroyers gave us great races and iconic racers, including Joey Dunlop and Ray McCullough. This comprehensive look at the Northern Irish road racing golden era includes interviews with every Dromara team member, including McCullough, Ian McGregor, Brian Reid and Trevor Steele and, from Armoy, Jim Dunlop, Hugh and James O’Kane, Paul Robinson and Bill Kennedy. There’s action-packed racing from the 1960s and 1970s, previously unpublished photos, and contributions from racers like Guy Martin and Conor Cummins. There’s also ‘a little bit of history’, as we look at racing in Ulster from the 1920s to the 1960s in rare footage from Carrowdore, the North West, Cookstown and more.
Joey Dunlop - No Ordinary Joe
Poignant interviews, family memories and personal recollections reveal the real Joey Dunlop O.B.E., the caring, fun-loving family man behind the racing legend. The career statistics are well known; a 5-times World Champion, 26-times Isle of Man TT winner, 24-times Ulster Grand Prix winner and 14-times North West 200 winner, and this programme discovers the less well known, private Joey; a much-loved husband, father and brother, a dedicated charity worker, a compassionate and down-to-earth man. Produced by Waldovision, this film, which includes unseen material and additional footage, reflects on Joey’s life a decade after his tragic death. Endorsed by the Dunlop family, No Ordinary Joe includes tributes from Joey’s wife Linda and daughters, plus famous racing names including John McGuinness, Phillip McCallen and Eddie Laycock. Never-before-published pictures, from his family’s private collection, are included alongside personal tributes, memories of his humanitarian work and hilarious anecdotes, including stories about Joey’s encounter with frozen beans and a night on a fog-bound roundabout! There’s action-packed race footage from the TT, Ulster GP, North West and national road races, plus insightful interviews with Joey, never previously broadcast, which show us the man behind the legend.