The Man TT Island is one of the most famous festival motorsports in the world. Each year, for two weeks, 30 million fans demand that top-notch riders test their talent on an incredible "mountain course". But you do not have to be on two points to get the best from a mountain road – one of Europe's biggest roads.
For the latest in Ford's series of movies showing hidden gems for drivers and passengers, journalist Steve Sutcliffe was standing behind the Ford Mustang Bullitt, on an island where many roads are not limited by speed limits. (Although there are still laws against caring and dangerous driving.)
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"Imagine German buses, then add hills and crossings and cut it down to a cart track with amazing views, and what you have are these fantastic and dramatic roads," Sutcliffe said. "The mountain road feels – and it's – an extremely dramatic place to ride. It's an epic and completely non-existent second place"
The mountain itself is said to be unique as the only place from which you can see all four countries that make up the United Kingdom: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. And regardless of the opportunity to drive fast, they are paid for slowing down and enjoying the incredible landscape as well as local hospitality.
"Food and drink are great, pretty everywhere on the island," Sutcliffe said. "You can go there for the excitement of driving one of the most famous roads in Europe, but these are people, food and scenery that will make your grief to get the ferry."
This is the ninth film in the series that all included the Ford GT supercars from the stunning Atlantic Ocean in Norway to the Fiesta ST on the virtually empty Via Campocatino in Italy. Estimated by factors, including the excitement factor, food and road surface, Planinski put has achieved the highest score in the series to date.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the legendary Varner Bros movie with the same name, the new special edition of the Ford Mustang Bullitt is available on order across Europe, powered by an upgraded version of Ford's 5.0-liter V8 engine of 460 hp and 529 Nm of torque.
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