TT: Closer To The Edge - Full Documentary TT3D
Races Tourist Trophy (TT) are held on the Isle of Man (UK) on a mountain road in length of 59.6 kilometers in 1907. Despite the fact that road races are now held in different parts of the world - from Belgium to New Zealand - British Isle of Man is a real Mecca of this kind of competition. The race is held in five classes: TT Superbike (1000СС), TT Superstock (1000СС), Supersport (600СС), Senior TT (1000СС) and Sidecar (with sidecar). Depending on the class, drivers need to drive three to six 60-km laps. The maximum number of riders who can take part in each of the classes - 85 allowed the participation of the same riders on the same machines in several classes (if the motorcycle complies with the requirements of these classes). It is noteworthy that the race is held in one of the calmest and quietest areas of the island, which is two weeks in a year turns from a quiet English heartland in the bustling oasis of motorcyclists. The event is almost always carried out in the last week of May and first week of June, and with a host of accompanying events and special atmosphere turns into a carnival. Tourist Trophy - not just one of the most spectacular, but also one of the most dangerous race in the world. During its more than century-old history of the Isle of Man has killed more than 233 people.