Speed on the Triangle
The North West 200 began in 1929 over 10 miles of roads still open to ordinary traffic. This year we celebrate 60 years of racing on the most famous Triangle in Ireland.The 75,000 plus fans weree not disppointed, six superb races including the new 600 Regal Series which was full of tension and drama.An ecellent racing commentary by Jackie Fullerton, of Ulster Television adds to the seven camera coverage of all the days racing.We have an exclusive interview with "Yer Man" Joey Dunlop, himself an absentee this year through injury. Hero of the past, Bushmills farmer Dick Creith, a winner in 1964 and again in '65 talks frankly about the racing in those days, gives us a look at the famous Norton and tells about the genious and humour of the great Joe Rayn. Two Nortons are out in the big race of the day, the North West 200 Superbike and with sunshine on one part of the course and rain on another, it made a combination of .........Well see for yourself The 1989 N.W. 200.