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Tribute to Bob McIntyre
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‘The 1958 Northwest 200’ was held at Port Stewart in Northern Ireland and, riding in his usual immaculate style the great Bob Mac was soon in the lead. After eight laps he came in for a ‘top up’ letting Jack Brett into the lead. But only for one lap, as he then also stopped for fuel, leaving McIntyre in sight of victory. But Brett flashed to win when McIntyre’s engine failed. ‘The Right Line 1960’ points the way for young riders to reach GP racing. Commentator Graham Walker (father of the great Murray Walker) takes us back to basics before looking at racing proper. Then we join the legendary team of Bob McIntyre, Joe Potts and Pim Fleming for some expert advice on bike preparation. This is followed by two exciting ‘on bike’ laps of Oulton Park with Bob Mac on his Norton.

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