1989 Isle of Man TT Review

Gary Pinchin Hardcover 125 pages Out of Print. New old stock.

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Carl Fogarty: The Complete Racer
Motorcycle racing expert Julian Ryder profiles the extraordinary career of Carl Fogarty, from his early days in motocross and the Marlboro Clubmans Championship through his 750 Superbike, TT and World Superbike Championships. This updated, full-color edition delivers complete details of Fogarty's outstanding career, winning a record third World Superbike title in 1998, taking his fiftieth win early in 1999, plus a look into the future of this fiercely competitive racer.
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Fastest
Nine-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi discovered that obtaining his 10th victory in the fast-moving sport wouldn't be easy, facing the multiple challenges of younger competitors and a terrible accident he suffered during the Italian grand prix. His comeback in Germany set the stage for a thrilling contest─one that MotoGP fans will want to revisit in this documentary tribute to the risky, exhilarating competition; narrated by Ewan McGregor.
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History of Motorcycle Racing (Volume 1)
An overview of the early stages of motorcycle racing in Europe and Great Britain and the history of the TT, from 1907 through today with top stars such as Duke, Guthrie, Dunlop and more.
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History of Motorcycle Racing (Volume 2)
This is the second volume of the definitive history of one of the worldI?s most exciting sports. Award-winning motorcycle film producer, David Wood, utilises his extensive archive, plus material from scores of other sources, modern day interviews and race coverage, to present an unsurpassed, entertaining and historically significant record of motorcycle racing. In Birth of the Grand Prix, we trace the 40-year history of World Championship motorcycle racing. The works teams of Norton, Gilera, Moto Guzzi, MV Augusta, BMW, AJS and others are featured during the glorious 1950s when up to twenty multi-cylindered four-stroke machines would be on the grid at a GP. Then two-strokes arrived on the scene and soon had to be taken seriously as the sights and sounds at the Grand Prix circuits of the world changed. The Japanese Arrival includes footage of early Japanese appearances in Europe and features for example, the 20,000rpm 50cc racers that screamed around the TT course in the early 1960s, the fabulous 250cc Honda Six ridden by Mike Hailwood, the 125 and 250 V4 Yamahas ridden by Ivy and Read and many more racing marvels. The post-war growth of the Japanese motorcycle industry and their eventual domination of the road racing scene is outlined.
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History of Motorcycle Racing (Volume 3)
This is the third volume of the definitive history of one of the world's most exciting sports. Award-winning motorcycle film producer, David Wood, utilises his extensive archive, plus material from scores of other sources, modern day interviews and race coverage, to present an unsurpassed, entertaining and historically significant record of motorcycle racing. In The Other Champions, we cover racing classes other than the Blue Riband 500cc championship, i.e. the lightweights from 50cc to 350cc, and of course, those modern day charioteers, the sidecar racers. All of these classes have had many worthy champions over the years - several of whom are featured in this episode. Pressure, Money & The Need to Win, our final part, profiles the advent of the ultra-professional approach to motorcycle racing which has produced a new breed of rider who have to be as committed to the commercial aspects of the sport as they are to winning races. The trend is made clear as we hear from one of the first riders who presented himself as a TV personality - Barry Sheene. Then, as action footage unfolds, we speak to several 1980s stars whose highly professional approach epitomised the sport; Kenny Roberts, Freddie Spencer, Wayne Gardner and Kevin Schwantz to name but a few.
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Honda: Kimberley’s Grand Prix Bike Team Guide No. 2
This book is the story of the Rothmans and Honda partnership of the mid 1980s in which together they became motorycle racing world champions.
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James Whitham: What a Good Do!
James Whitham, universally popular and one of motorcycle racing’s most colorful characters, won three British titles and for well over a decade was a world-class rider, competing in World Superbike, World Supersport, Endurance and Grand Prix. This frank, sometimes moving and always riotously funny account of his battles with the best in the sport, with hair-raising crashes, serious injuries and – most gravely of all – with lymphatic cancer, ranks as one of the most riveting reads in motorcycle sport.
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John Reynolds: The Autobiography
John Reynolds spent 35 years racing motorcycles in high-speed pursuit of his dreams, winning five British Championship titles and making his mark in World Superbikes and 500GP racing along the way. He retired in October 2005 after suffering serious injuries in a horrific 140mph crash. Now fully recovered, he says that motorcycle racing didn't nearly kill him, but rather it saved his life. This paperback edition of the best-selling inspirational story tells of Reynolds' personal battle against adversity and how he kept his feet firmly grounded in reality during his rise to stardom as one of the most popular motorcycle racers of the modern era.
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Motocourse 1995-1996: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Motocourse 1995-96 is the 20th Issue of the World's Leading MotoGP and Superbike Annual. 1995 was a pivotal year for motor cycle racing. While Michael Doohan sailed to his second successive victory in dominant (if erratic) style and Carl Fogarty did the same thing in the growing Superbike series, a new generation was bubbling up beneath. The 1995 season saw Kevin Schwantz quit prematurely, a legend bringing an era to a close; his replacement Daryl Beattie rise to the occasion, running Doohan close for overall honours; new machines readied for future 500 class battle, from Japan and Europe; Scott Russell switch from Superbikes to GPs, changing the relationship of the two major World Championship series and a new wave of young riders cutting their teeth.
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Motocourse 1996-1997: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Acclaimed as the premier motor cycle Grand Prix yearbook, this detailed and entertaining book provides race reports and colour photographs that bring alive the drama and atmosphere of the two-wheeled World Championships.
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Motocourse 1998-1999: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Motorcourse, acclaimed as the premier motorcycle yearbook, brings alive the drama and atmosphere of the 1998 World Championships. More than 250 fabulous color photographs throughout are supported by race reports, statistics, topical features on the teams, and technical developments. This high-quality yearbook makes it a valued source of reference for all motorcycle enthusiasts.
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Motocourse 1999-2000: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Now in its 24th year, Motocourse is widely acclaimed as the unrivaled Grand Prix motorcycle and World Superbike Championship yearbook. Detailed and authoritative race reports are accompanied by fabulous color photography that bring the drama and atmosphere of the two-wheeled world championships to life. Coverage is supported by comprehensive race results and statistics, as well as entertaining features on the personalities and technical developments. Special additional coverage looks back at other series and events like the U.S. Road Racing, the Isle of Man TT and the World Endurance Championship.
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Motocourse 2001-2002: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual

Michael Scott Hardcover 216 pages Out of Print. New old stock.

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Motocourse 2002-2003: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual

Michael Scott Hardcover 216 pages Out of Print. New old stock.

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Motocourse 2003-2004: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Now in its 28th year, Motocourse has undergone many a transformation since its incipient.It is packed with insightful reading.The 2003-04 edition will include coverage of Moto GP and World Superbike, both with round-by-round reviews, World Supersport, World Endurance, World Sidecar, Isle of Man, TT, US and British Superbikes, plus a detailed results section which adds the finishing touch to this high quality yearbook, making it a valued source of reference for anyone, from professional researchers to keen.
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Motocourse 2004-2005: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Now in its 29th year, Motocourse continues to go from strength to strength as the fortunes of MotoGP in the United Kingdom flourish. Compiled by leading motorcycle journalist Mike Scott, Motocourse is not simply a lavish document on the MotoGP and Superbike seasons, it is a highly collectible resource that has sold out for each of the past three years. It is widely recognised as the leading annual in this exciting sport. Motocourse is packed with detailed race reports, in-depth analysis, rider profiles and outstanding photography that brings to life the excitement of this massively popular sport.
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Motocourse 2006-2007: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Now in its 31st year, Motocourse continues to go from strength to strength as the fortunes of MotoGP worldwide continue to flourish. Compiled by leading motorcycle journalist Mike Scott, Motocourse is not simply a lavish document on the MotoGP and Superbike seasons, it is a highly collectible resource that has sold out for each of the past three years. It is widely recognized as the leading annual in this exciting sport. Motocourse is packed with detailed race reports, in-depth analysis, rider profiles and outstanding photography that brings to life the excitement of this massively popular sport.
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Motocourse 2007-2008: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Now in its 32nd year, Motocourse continues to go from strength to strength as the fortunes of MotoGP worldwide continue to flourish. Compiled by leading motorcycle journalist Michael Scott, Motocourse is not simply a lavish document of the MotoGP and Superbike seasons, it is a highly collectable resource that has sold out for each of the past five years. It is widely recognized as the leading annual in this exciting sport. Motocourse is packed with detailed race reports, in-depth analysis, rider profiles and outstanding photography that brings to life the excitement of this massively popular sport.
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Motocourse 2008-2009: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Now in its 33rd year, Motocourse continues to go from strength to strength as the fortunes of MotoGP worldwide continue to flourish. Compiled by leading motorcycle journalist Michael Scott, Motocourse is not simply a lavish document of the MotoGP and Superbike seasons, it is a highly collectable resource that has sold out for each of the past five years. It is widely recognized as the leading annual in this exciting sport.
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Motocourse 2009-2010: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Now in its 34th year, Motocourse continues to go from strength to strength as the fortunes of MotoGP worldwide continue to flourish. Compiled by leading motorcycle journalist Michael Scott, Motocourse is not simply a lavish document of the MotoGP and Superbike seasons, it is a highly collectable resource that has sold out for each of the past five years. It is widely recognized as the leading annual in this exciting sport.
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Motocourse 2011-2012: The World’s Leading Grand Prix Annual
Motocourse contains full reports and complete results on all MotoGP races. It also has a comprehensive review of the World Superbike series, which features reports and results on every round. The book also features Isle of Man TT, British Superbike Championship, and the AMA series.
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