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Grand Prix Racer The Manx Grand Prix – Film Review

keeping positive in tough, challenging times like now is hugely important. Blatant negativity, over thinking, thinking this and that will happen won’t do you any good what so ever.

One of the ways I’ve found of taking my mind away from matters is via countless pure road racing DVD’s like Grand Prix Racer.

Showcasing in full what the Manx Grand Prix is all about, it celebrates the winners, podium finishers, unsung heroes from the 2012 meeting.

Mountain Course newcomers from 2012 focused upon include Adrian Harrison, Newcomers A winner Kamil Holan, Rob Hodson, the late but great Jamie Hodson, Adam Nix, Chris Mitchell and the Dutch duo of Michael Hofman and Peter Heijmans.

Joining the aforementioned racers in been featured within the 1 hour 20 minute documentary include multi TT winners Ryan Farquhar, Michael Dunlop, Chris Palmer and Michael Rutter plus Junior, Senior class winners from 2012, Wayne Kirwan and John Simpson.

If you’re a super fan of the Manx Grand Prix, you’ll absolutely adore Grand Prix Racer. If you’re a general pure road racing fans you will like it’s fly on the wall, unfiltered gritty feel, which gets across just what it takes to be competitive around the fabled, mythical Mountain Course.

This film will also appeal to anyone with an interest in motorsport, sports in general. Sports stories don’t come much more captivating when it comes to the super heroes with unique, unparalleled talents, road racers.

Struggling to think of things to do whilst stuck in quarantine, I can highly recommend the Greenlight Television produced Grand Prix Racer, you won’t be disappointed.

Words by Stevie Rial

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