Day 2 of racing took us to Bradden Bridge to watch the 600 Supersport.
|Guy Martin (everyone's fav!)|
A different angle for the sidecars!
The following race was watched up on the mountain at a very famous place called Creg-ny-baa. The view was breathtaking from both sides of the road!
We chose our spot along the grassy knoll, in a farmer's field. We were joined by the 'pit crew' of the leading TT champion, so far this year, Michael Dunlop. They are there to hold up signs for the racers to let them know what their race position is and if it is time to refuel.
K wanted to take a picture of me, enjoying the day, so the pit crew thought it would be funny to 'photo bomb' me.
If you have ever wondered what those signs say, have a look.
Even I, a seasoned race watcher, could not believe
the speed and proximity of the racers!
Back to the Port Erin Station for a dinner of Lamb Shanks (again, I know) and smothered chicken (called a Station Stack) for K.