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1911 Isle of Man TT

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History of the TT 1907-2010

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Isle of Man - 1907 race winning machine machine compared to a 1967 TT bike

The 1911 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy races took place for the first time over the Snaefell Mountain Course. The whole organisation of the races was given over to the Auto-Cycle Union (ACU), which announced the use of the longer mountain course with a four lap (150 mile) Junior race on Friday 30 June, and five laps (189 mile) for the Senior race on Monday 3 July. In only five years the TT races had matured and commercialism had set-in. Grandstands were built by the Douglas Corporation in what had been popular and free vantage points in Douglas, to the displeasure of the public.
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