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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Ian Hutchinson career profile

11-time Isle of Man TT winner Ian Hutchinson sits down to chat about his humble beginnings and how he returned from hell after his horrific leg break.
11-time Isle of Man TT winner Ian Hutchinson sits down to chat about his humble beginnings and how he returned from hell after his horrific leg break in an eye-opening career profile.

Upon receiving the Torrens Trophy from the Royal Automobile Club at a glitzy event at the club's Pall Mall headquarters, Hutchinson tells Crash.Net how he got into racing relatively late and after making history at the Isle of Man TT how he was able to come back from nearly losing a leg to rise to the top on the island once again.




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