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'From the Armoy side, Joey Dunlop's brother Jim, Paul Robinson, son of Mervyn, Frank Kennedy's brother Bill, and Hugh and James O'Kane are interviewed.

'There are also contributions from William Dunlop, Guy Martin, Conor Cummins, John McGuinness, Steve Parrish and many more, including veteran Scottish rider Denis Gallagher.

'Joey, Ray and Rivals features many unpublished pictures from family albums and photographers who were close to the groups. Also included is footage of racing in the 1960s and 1970s which has never been seen on DVD before.

'Plus, there is a unique interview with McCullough recorded in 1979 in which he predicts Joey's first win at the North West 200.

'The 'little bit of road racing history' refers to a short history of racing in Ulster from the 1920s to the 1960s with amazing, previously unseen film of the Carrowdore 100, the Ulster Grand Prix , the North West 200, the Cookstown 100 and the Temple 100.

'There are also new songs about McCullough and Reid written specially for the programme by Mike Kerry and Throttle the Men, plus a concluding song by Joe Reid.

'In addition, film maker Alwyn James explains how nearly 40 years ago he managed to achieve comprehensive race coverage, including filming from cameras mounted on the bikes. Director and Editor Anna Masefield said:

'“This is a story about the friendly rivalry between two very talented teams of riders who gave the sport some very memorable moments in the history of the great sport of motorcycle racing.”

'Producer Colin James added: “I am delighted that so many top photographers have provided new material to illustrate this programme so the fans will see unique photographs which have been buried in an album since they were first taken.”

'“If you were there, relive those glory days, and if you are young, see what made racing so unique and exciting at that time.”




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William Dunlop will ride for the Davies Motorsport Team at the Classic TT
Michael Dunlop won the feature Superbilke race the Armoy Road Races from Guy Martin and Dean Harrison
Glenn Irwin and Christian Elkin with Ulster GP Clerk of the Course, Noel Johnston, and Supertwins race sponsors Maxwell Freight
Steve Plater with Bruce Charman of Prime Factors
William Dunlop leads Derek McGee and Derek Sheils in the feature Superbike race at the Walderstown Road Races
Guy Martin celebrates winning the Solo Championship race with Dan Kneen andIvan Lintin
Guy Martin at the Southern 100
Guy Martin, BMW, [Credit: BMW]
Guy Martin, Michael Dunlop and Dean Harrison on the Senior Race podium at the Southern 100
Guy Martin leads Michael Dunlop at the Southern 100
Guy Martin on the Tyco BMW at the Southern 100
Guy Martin on the Tyco BMW at the Southern 100
Peter Hickman on the Briggs Equipment BMW in the Senior TT
Guy Martin on the Tyco BMW in the Senior TT
Ian Hutchinson on the Senior TT podium.
Ian Hutchinson on the PBM Kawasaki in the Senior TT.
John McGuinness celebrates his Senior TT victory with runner-up James Hillier and Ian Hutchinson

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