It shows Joey as a young charger, challenging and beating stars like Mick Grant and Roger Marshall, the ‘big bike’ glory years when Joey scored six F1 wins in a row and his domination of the 125cc and 250cc classes in the 1990s. We are reminded of how “Yer Maun” overcame injury, horrendous weather, a missing exhaust and even a sunken boat to claim victory after victory, and stunned the racing world in 1995 when, as a 43-year-old, he won the Senior TT on the Honda RC45 – his first big bike win for almost a decade.
Share the excitement as he sees off young challengers like Carl Fogarty, Steve Hislop, David Jefferies and John McGuinness, remaining as determined as ever to add to his record-breaking tally of wins. In 2000, at the age of 48, he defied all the odds to take three TT wins in a week for the third time – the first man to achieve this incredible feat - and his seventh F1 victory after what many believe to be his greatest ever ride. Tragically this was to be his final TT, but it was a fitting end to Joey’s amazing relationship with the awe-inspiring Mountain Course