The TT is back - bigger and better than ever before. Records tumbled as road racing's finest blasted around the course in a maelstrom of high-speed duels and thunderous racing. All eyes were on David Jefferies. In 2000 he broke the 125mph barrier; in this year's Duke F1 race he obliterated his own record with an incredible 126.68 mph lap - then went even faster in the Senior at an astounding 127.29 mph! TAS Sazuki team-mate Ian Lougher took two wins and three seconds and there were wins for Jim Moodie and Bruce Anstey. With Rob Fisher becoming the most successful sidecar racer ever on the island and Manxman Richard 'Milky' Quayle recording a tremendous win in the 400 race, it's no wonder this review is over three hours long! Jam packed with stunning action highlights, there's also plenty of apres-race high-jinks and mad antics crammed in here too. This is one-hundred-and-ninety-miles-an-hour action, filmed from the ground - so close you can almost feel the shockwaves of the top men blasting past - and from the air with the most fantastic pictures yet of two-wheeled missiles hurtling through the countryside. DVD extras include: 2002 TT Preview with David Jefferies, an on-board lap with David Jefferies - the world's fastest racer, and TT Party Time - the only invite you need for the most fun in town!