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Wilson Craig Racing on Twitter: "Starting with the remains from @guymartinracing Senior 2010 @HondaUKBikes @Honda_UK #tbt #wilsoncraigracing https://t.co/4XGiNFr9pO"

Wilson Craig Racing on Twitter: "Starting with the remains from @guymartinracing Senior 2010 @HondaUKBikes @Honda_UK #tbt #wilsoncraigracing https://t.co/4XGiNFr9pO"

Steve Hislop's Norton NRS 588 Rotary Engine. Steve Hislop rode the bike to a record braking win in the Isle of Man Senior TT in 1992, his race average of 121.8 mph was still standing in 1998. In the earlier Formula 1 race he had lapped at 123.3 mph to finish second to Phil McCallen but in the TT race he beat Carl Fogarty on a works Yamaha by 4.4 seconds.  The NRS 588 engine produces over 135 hp at no more than 10,000rpm and runs on unleaded petrol from a pump, maximum speed is 185mph.

Steve Hislop's Norton NRS 588 Rotary Engine. Steve Hislop rode the bike to a record braking win in the Isle of Man Senior TT in 1992, his race average of 121.8 mph was still standing in 1998. In the earlier Formula 1 race he had lapped at 123.3 mph to finish second to Phil McCallen but in the TT race he beat Carl Fogarty on a works Yamaha by 4.4 seconds. The NRS 588 engine produces over 135 hp at no more than 10,000rpm and runs on unleaded petrol from a pump, maximum speed is 185mph.

Richard Britton (1970 – 18 September 2005) was one of Ireland's leading motorcycle road racers before his death at Ballybunion road races. A3 Colored Pencil

Richard Britton (1970 – 18 September 2005) was one of Ireland's leading motorcycle road racers before his death at Ballybunion road races. A3 Colored Pencil

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