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Manx Grand Prix Races

With over 3,800 stainless steel brakeline kits
The Manx Motor Cycle Club are pleased to announce a new Race Day sponsor for the 2009 Manx Grand Prix Races - HEL Performance.

HEL Performance specialise in the manufacture of all stainless steel motorcycle brake lines and hoses in over 60 countries around the world.

With over 3,800 stainless steel brakeline kits and a large range of oil cooler and stainless steel oil line kits we are
sure there will be something in our range for your motorcycle.

The most powerful part of your motorcycle is not the engine - it's the brakes. That's a fact! Consider this - A GSXR 1000 can do a standing quarter mile in 10.8 seconds with a terminal speed of 138mph - the brakes can do the same amount of work, but in reverse, in just 6.8 seconds - and by fitting HEL Performance Stainless Steel Brake Lines you can make them even more powerful.

“What a result for HEL Performance. Sponsoring a Race Day at the Manx Grand Prix this year is a dream come true.

'We all know it comes down to pounds, shillings and pence but the opportunity to sponsor a race day could not be missed by our company,' Said Simon Lane, HEL Performance MD.

'We had been in negotiations with the TT this year, but really wanted the Manx - It just seemed to fit our profile better.

Less of the razzmatazz of the 'other' race on the island and the opportunity to get in front of 30,000 real racing fans, it's just a great opportunity for us.'

HEL Performance will sponsor the opening Race Day of the 2009 Manx Grand Prix on Monday 31st August, with the first event away being the Newcomers Race and the Post Classic Race commencing at 10.15am, followed by the Junior / Lightweight Classic Race at 1.15pm, both races over four laps of the Snaefell Mountain Course, 150.92 miles.


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Dean Harrison on the Silicone Engineering Kawasaki in the Senior TT.
Peter Hickman in the Senior TT on the Smiths BMW.
Michael Dunlop on the Bennetts Suzuki in the Senior TT.
Bruce Anstey on his way to victory in the TT Zero race.
Guy Martin on the Honda Racing Superbike.
Alan Bonner was killed in an incident at the 33rd Milestone.
Jochem van den Hoek.
Michael Rutter took victory in the Lightweight TT on the Italian Paton.
Dan Kneen celebrates with his team after sealing his maiden Isle of Man TT rostrum in the Superstock race.
Ian Hutchinson celebrates his Superstock victory.
Ian Hutchinson on his way to victory in the Superstock TT on the Tyco BMW.
Davey Lambert in the RST Superbike race.
A Sidecar narrowly missed spectators in an incident that was captured in a video posted on YouTube.
James Hillier on the JG Speedfit Kawasaki in the opening Supersport TT race.
Michael Dunlop in the Supersport TT.
Michael Dunlop on his Yamaha in the Supersport TT.
Peter Hickman claimed his maiden podium at the Isle of Man TT with a runner-up finish in the RST Superbike race.

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