There are TT fans of all kinds, ranging from modest to big, then there is super fans like the legendary Ian Anthony Huntly.
A first time visitor to the TT Races in 1947, he’s since for over 70 years consecutively visited the world’s most acclaimed International road race.
Highly thought of amongst racers, teams, marshals, fellow aficionados, you name them he’s met a who’s who of TT Racing.
Prominent in writing, journalism, he has sponsored in recent times racers including the much missed Sandor Bitter and 2010 Senior Manx GP winner Simon Fulton.
Celebrating this year 75 years as a TT super fan, not many people have his forthright knowledge on what many consider to be the world’s greatest motor race.
Documented via online E-book editions, are a selection of his TT memories covering the late 1940’s to the early 2010’s.
The E-book’s that are available to read via the following links, are candid, truthful, non distilled and most of all showcase fully true, pure enthusiasm.
Photo via – http://www.ianttfanhuntly.co.uk/BOOKONE/endet.htm
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou