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Official Trailer Greatest✔️Show⚡️On Earth ✅ 322 kmh 200 MPH Street Race ISLE of MAN TT ||crazy4cars

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About Isle of man tt :-
International Motor-Cycle Cup Race (1905)
For the 1905 Gordon Bennett Eliminating Trial it was decided to run an eliminating trial for motorcycles the day after for a team to represent Great Britain in the International Motor-Cycle Cup Races. An accident at Ramsey Hairpin forced out one of the pre-race favourites and the inability of the motorcycle competitors to climb the steep Mountain Section of the course forced the organisers to use a 25-mile (40 km) section of the Gordon Bennett Trial course. This ran from Douglas south to Castletown and then north to Ballacraine along the primary A3 road and returned to the start at the Quarterbridge in Douglas via Crosby and Glen Vine along the current Snaefell Mountain Course in the reverse direction. The 1905 International Motor-Cycle Cup Race for five laps (125 mi or 201 km) was won by J.S. Campbell (Ariel) despite a fire during a pit stop[16] in 4 hours, 9 minutes and 36 seconds at an average race speed of 30.04 mph (48.34 km/h).[17]

Format of the races

Competitors line up at the start of the 2010 Senior TT race
The TT Races since the first race in 1907 have been in the format of time-trial. The races held on the Clypse Course during the period 1954–1959 were the more traditional full grid starts along with the 1924 Lightweight TT Race and Clubmen TT Races from 1948, which were also "mass-start" races. The current format is a "clutch start" and race competitors will be "started singly at 10-second intervals".[18]

Race procedure
Start Preliminaries
First Signal – 45 minutes before the start with a warm-up of engines in the Race Paddock and assembly area.
Second Signal – 30 minutes before start.
Third Signal – 15 minutes before start, race competitors move to the start-line and form-up in qualification order.
Fourth Signal – 5 minutes before start, signal to clear the grid and race competitors move towards the exit-gate.
Eligibility
Entrants must be in possession of a valid National Entrants or FIM Sponsors Licence for Road Racing.

Entrants must cite pre-filled documentation of completion of a UK drivers licence or motorcycle certification or a drivers licence from a comparable country that is recognized by UK comparable department of transportation standards and may withhold due to any pre race or post race suspensions.

Race classes
Superbike TT
The 2015 specification for entries into the Superbike TT race are defined as:

Any machine complying with the following specifications:
TT Superbike: (Machines complying with the 2015 FIM Superbike Championship specifications)
Over 750 cc up to 1000 cc 4 cylinders 4-stroke
Over 750 cc up to 1000 cc 3 cylinders 4-stroke
Over 850 cc up to 1200 cc 2 cylinders 4-stroke
Minimum Weight 165 kg (364 lb). Other machines admitted at the discretion of the Organisers[19]

Supersport TT
The 1911 Isle of Man TT was the first time the Junior TT race took place, open to 300 cc single-cylinder and 340 cc twin cylinder motorcycles, contested over five laps of the new 37.5-mile (60.4 km) Snaefell Mountain Course. The first event on the new course was the Junior TT Race contested by 35 entrants, won by Percy J. Evans riding a Humber motor-cycle at an average race speed of 41.45 mph (66.71 km/h). The 1912 event was the first to limit the Junior TT to only 350 cc machines and this engine capacity prevailed until 1976, after which the category was dropped. The event was instead run for 250 cc machines until 1994 when replaced by the 600 cc Supersport class.

1911 For single cylinder motorcycles not exceeding 300 cc engine capacity and 340 cc twin cylinder motorcycles.
1912–1948 For motorcycles not exceeding 350 cc engine capacity.
1949–1953 FIM World Championship event for motorcycles not exceeding 350 cc engine capacity and held on the Snaefell mountain course.
1954–1959 FIM World Championship event for motorcycles not exceeding 350 cc engine capacity and held on the Clypse Course.
1960–1976 FIM World Championship event for motorcycles not exceeding 350 cc engine capacity and held on the Mountain Course.
1977–1994 for motorcycles not exceeding 250 cc engine capacity and held on the Mountain Course.
1995 onwards for motorcycles not exceeding 600 cc engine capacity and held on the Mountain Course.
The 2015 specifications for entries into the Supersport TT race are:

TT Supersport: (Machines complying with the 2015 FIM Supersport Championship specifications)
Over 600 cc up to 675 cc 3 cylinders 4-stroke
Over 600 cc up to 750 cc 2 cylinders 4-stroke
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