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The Official Review of the 2015 Isle of Man TT is jam-packed with action from one of the most sensational meetings of recent years. Everyone had their favourites coming in to the event but few could have predicted the eventual winners, especially when you see how close the racing was. The first big drama of the fortnight came from Michael Dunlop, who took four wins in both 2013 and 2014, as he ditched his Yamaha team just days into the practice period to ride for BMW once more. From there the form book went out of the window and the tens of thousands of fans on the Isle of Man were treated to a week of record-breaking racing and wall-to-wall sunshine. Whether solos or sidecars, every class was filled with talent and everyone was out to try their utmost for the chance to stand atop the podium with the famous TT trophy held aloft in their hands. It was the year for comebacks Ian Hutchinson back to almost full fitness following a five-year recuperation from serious leg injuries sustained short circuit racing; Ben and Tom Birchall back after their huge crash at the Black Dub in 2014 and John McGuinness back to full fitness after struggling through TT 2014 with a broken scaphoid. With Guy Martin, James Hillier, Ivan Lintin, David Johnson, Dean Harrison, Lee Johnston, Conor Cummins, Gary Johnson and 2014 s sensational newcomer Peter Hickman in the mix in the solos you ll be on the edge of your seat for every second of the race footage. The sidecars were equally well served with Dave Molyneux and John Holden each partnered by new passengers; Benjamin Binns and Dan Sayle respectively, whilst 2014 Champion Conrad Harrison returned with regular chairman Mike Aylott. The Official Review is heaving with the best of the best bits from a truly memorable TT fortnight, which saw new lap and race records in just about every class.
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