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TT 2009 Review

TT 2009 Review

Released on 07 September 2009

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: Exempt from Classification

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For the first time the awesome racing from the world's greatest road races can now be enjoyed in unrivalled high definition, thanks to Blu-ray Disc technology. This is the first time the TT has been available on Blu-ray, offering fans an exceptional viewing experience. TT 2009 promised to be one of the most hotly-contested in years, with Honda going all out to take victory as it marked the 50th anniversary of its involvement in motor racing and the TAS Suzuki team determined to spoil the party. All the big names of road racing were set to take part, including 14-times winner John McGuinness, his HM Plant Honda teammate Steve Plater, TAS teammates Cameron Donald and Bruce Anstey, fans' favourite Guy Martin, British Superbike star Michael Rutter, rising stars Gary Johnson and James Hillier and many, many more. Plus, the sidecar races were set to be storming events with multiple race winners Dave Molyneux and Nick Crowe facing strong competition from the likes of three-times World Champion Tim Reeves. The TT 2009 DVD includes action from every single race around the awesome 37?? mile Mountain Circuit, where the machines reach speeds of up to 200mph as they roar just inches from walls, hedges and houses. This is a chance to see the superbike, supersport and superstock machinery being put to the ultimate test around the iconic Isle of Man TT course. There's also footage from the Lightweight and Ultra Lightweight TT races at the 4.25-mile Billown circuit. Commentary comes courtesy of Steve Parrish and James Whitham. For 2009, in addition to all the usual edge-of-the-seat action footage, there's even more from on board the motorcycles and many brand new innovations including the must-see ultra slow motion camerawork.
certificateExempt from Classification
duration3 hours