Join us for the official action-packed review of one of the most scintillating seasons of road racing ever. This is the best between-the-hedges racing from four...... more
Join us for the official action-packed review of one of the most scintillating seasons of road racing ever. This is the best between-the-hedges racing from four of the fastest and most demanding meetings on the 2009 calendar filled with heart-pounding highlights from the hardest-fought races. Follow Ryan Farquhar’s path to yet another victory in the Duke Road Race Rankings series experience the new generation of Dunlop brothers keeping the family rivalry alive and witness some of the closest finishes in history – including a 0.001 second gap at the chequered flag! First up is the Cookstown 100 and what a curtain-raiser the County Tyrone meeting proved. From the off it was all about Farquhar versus Keith Amor on the big bikes and Michael against William in the two-stroke battle of the Dunlops. Exceptional footage including plenty from on the bikes of Amor Conor Cummins and John Burrows brings you all the breathtaking highlights from six races. Next we travel to Tandragee for another five elbow-to-elbow contests. The battle lines are re-drawn as we enjoy fast and furious thrills from the 125s and 250s the Superbikes Supersports and Supertwins – with Farquhar Amor and the Dunlops again in the thick of it. Multiple on-board camera angles with flying Scot Amor show you exactly how close the racing was! The Billown Circuit on the Isle of Man hosted the Southern 100 and laid on some of the tightest racing possible. With grids swollen by the likes of Ian Lougher Guy Martin and Chris Palmer the scene was set for spectacular action – and the cameras were there to capture it. You will be on the edge of your seat as the Supersport 600 is decided by just 0.047 of a second a last corner lunge earns victory in the Senior Solo Founders and the unpredictable Solo Championship race goes right down to the wire. Our season review concludes at Dundrod with the Ulster Grand Prix. The International event attracted more stars including Ian Hutchinson and Bruce Anstey and produced n
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Published by Flame Tree Publishing and made in China. Was available on Amazon and certain shops as well as the Flame Tree website.
This is a large 12 inch x 12 inch calendar.
The cover and back board are glossy card.
Made in China for Flame Tree Publishing (21 Aug 2013).
12 full page pictures of Rupert and a corresponding 12 pages of calendar - to be viewed...
Advantages: fantastic picture, fantastic issue, fantastic wits Disadvantages: no disadvantages, everything is perfect
...How long it passed since Yorkshire lads dropped their trousers off, showing grace in the name of women?
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Advantages: Emotional, Sentimental but fun Disadvantages: A bit slow at times
...of the WI appear in an arty, nude calendar. After much cajoling, they manage to convince enough members of the WI to join in, and after a bit of opposition from the WI's president, the calendar gets the go ahead and is created. Too their surprise, the calendar is a huge success and causes quite a stir both in England and across the waters in America. As the media frenzy around the calendar reaches fever...