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Isle Of Man: 24 year old Rhodesian, Gary Hocking won his first senior T.T. race Featured Motorsport TT Race Print

Isle Of Man: 24 year old Rhodesian, Gary Hocking won his first senior T.T. race

Isle Of Man: 24 year old Rhodesian, Gary Hocking won his first senior T.T. race here yesterday at the record speed of 103.51 m.p.h for the 226.4 miles of the mountain coarse
Pushing his machine to the limit, Hocking, this years Rhodesian "Federal Sportsman Of The Year" rode his M.V. Augusta 500 c.c. four cylinder machine to a record breaking lap of 105.75 M.P.H.
The previous record was set up by John Surtees in 1960 with a speed of 104.08 M.P.H.
Here, Hocking, who came to the country in 1958 from Bulawayo and holds an M.B.E., takes his machine into a right had corner approaching Governor's Bridge during the race.
Second was E. Boyce on a 499 c.c. Norton and third was F. Stevens, also riding a 499 c.c. Norton.
9 June 1962

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TT race to be held at new Crystal Palace track?-RAC official pays visit of inspection Featured Motorsport TT Race Print

TT race to be held at new Crystal Palace track?-RAC official pays visit of inspection

TT race to be held at new Crystal Palace track?-RAC official pays visit of inspection.
Captain a W Phillips, the Royal Automobile Clubs Competition Secretary, paid a visit of inspection to the new road racing track which is to be opened at the Crystal Palace site this week.
The track is being considered for the tourist Trophy race, which is to be held this year over the Ards circuit, Ulster.
Photo shows, Capt a W Phillips (right) looking over the new Crystal Palace track with Mr WG Everitt, joint managing director of the International Road Racing Club Limited.
19 April 1937

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Japanese machines enjoyed a great success in the two lightweight solo events during Featured Motorsport TT Race Print

Japanese machines enjoyed a great success in the two lightweight solo events during

Japanese machines enjoyed a great success in the two lightweight solo events during the first day of the Tourist Trophy Race at Douglas, Isle of Man. Honda machines took the first three placings in both the 125 and 250 cc races. Picture shows: Bob McIntyre cornering on his Honda machine during the 250 cc race. McIntyre, of Scotland, led for most of the way, but his engine failed on the last lap to let Hailwood ride to victory.
June 1961

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