The 4.25 mile Billown Course was the scene for a series of epic battles in July 2014 as the Southern 100 rolled into town.
The usually peaceful roads around Castletown in the Isle of Man reverberated to sound of high-speed motorcycle racing as the best road racers in the world battle for championship glory.
Guy Martin, Michael Dunlop and Conor Cummins were all on form but there seemed little they could do to hold back Bradford’s Dean Harrison as he wowed the crowds with an exquisite display of speed and skill.
Supersport, Superbike, Supertwin - whatever he turned his hand to it seemed Dean had the edge.
That’s not to say he had it all his own way; the 650 race provided one of the closest finishes in the history of the event as Dean just squeezed out James Cowton by an incredibly slender .001 of a second!
The sidecars are always a prominent feature of the Southern 100 meeting and 2014’s offering certainly didn’t disappoint.
The entry boasted the most recognisable names in the sport including the father/son pairing of Ian and Carl Bell and TT sidecar supremo Dave Molyneux who had Benjamin Binns in the chair for the event.
Fresh from breaking his TT duck after 21 years of trying Dean’s dad Conrad was out to improve his summer still further with his eye on the Championship trophy and he’d employed the local talent of Jason Crowe for the occasion.
With “Team Harrison” on a roll could anyone stop them clearing up the Championship races? You’ll have to watch this superb three hour review to find out!
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