Gallery: Iconic TT legends
Published: 01 June 2016 Updated: 01 June 2016
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With the 2016 TT road races in full swing, we take a look back at some of the Isle of Man's racing legends.
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Ian Lougher - 9 TT wins Dave Molyneux - 17 TT wins David Jefferies won nine TTs over three years until his fatal crash in 2003. David Jefferies won nine TT races - his road racing career lasted between 1996-2000 and 2002-03. Mike Hailwood - 14 TT wins Mike Hailwood is probably best remembered for his incredible TT comback in 1978 after an 11-year absence. Steve Hislop's TT career spanned between 1984-1994 Joey Dunlop - 26 TT wins The legendary Joey Dunlop died tragically in July 2000. 23-time TT champion John McGuinness In 2015 John McGuinness' won the senior TT race ahead of Bruce Anstey and Ian Hutchinson, who were dominating the early part of the week. John McGuinness made his TT debut in 1996. Ian Lougher is riding a Suter 500 GP machine in the 2016 TT. Michael Dunlop has 11 TT wins since his debut in 2007. Michael Dunlop strides into the 2016 TT with an air of menace after a terrible year in 2015. Phillip McCallen's TT career spanned between 1989-1999. He now owns his own successful bike dealership near Belfast.