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Journalist Steve Sutcliffe got behind the wheel of the Ford Mustang Bullitt, on the island where many roads are not restricted by speed limits.

10 Nov 2018 | International News : U.K.



The Isle of Man TT Festival is among the most famous motorsport festivals in the world. Every year, over two weeks, 30 million fans tune in to see top motorcyclists test their talent on the incredible 'Mountain Course'. But you don't have to be on two wheels to get the best out of the Mountain Road - one of Europe's greatest driving roads.

For the latest in Ford's series of films that showcase hidden gems for drivers and travellers alike, journalist Steve Sutcliffe got behind the wheel of the Ford Mustang Bullitt, on the island where many roads are not restricted by speed limits; although there are still laws against careless and dangerous driving.

"Imagine German autobahns, then add hills and twists, and shrink it to a single carriageway with incredible views, and what you have are these utterly fantastic, and dramatic, roads," said Sutcliffe. "The Mountain Road feels - and is - an utterly dramatic place to drive. It's epic, and quite unlike anywhere else."
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