“Faster, Faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death” –Hunter S. Thompson
Isle of Man TT: Since 1907, every summer thrill seekers have never failed to venture to the ISLE OF MAN TT also knowns the Tourist Trophy. The International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) Race is a motorcycle sport event held annually on the Isle of Man in May or June of each year since the inaugural race in 1907. The Isle of Man TT for many years has been one of the most prestigious motorcycle races in the world. This race is an ultimate test for competitors and their machines. In short, The ISLE OF MAN TT RACE has transformed and evolved into one of the most thrilling and deadliest sports in the world. Where the adrenaline is at its peak and the thrill is unmatchable.
The circuit has no mercy for anyone regardless of the fact, whether the rider is a new comer or a champion. Ian Bell died in the second sidecar race in a crash at Ballaspur this year, while Andrew Soar lost his life following an accident on the last lap of the last race of the fortnight at Keppel Gate on the Mountain section of the 37.75-mile course. Both of these riders were very experienced, and it really showed that the TT Mountain course has no mercy when things go wrong. Years of practice and consistent runs in the circuit are a must for every participant but uncertainty and risks are inevitable.