TT racing is arguably the ultimate test of a motorcycle's true performance and reliability. In addition, the courage and dedication required by its competitors is beyond comparison in the sporting arena. The Junior TT is arguably the most hotly contested of the nine races that take place during TT race week. It sees highly focussed Supersport race bikes take to the roads for four laps of the 37.73-mile circuit. The world's major manufacturers are all well represented, but at the end of the one and a quarter-hour race, along coastal B roads and through towns where the top speeds can reach 160mph, a British bike had proven its pedigree and supremacy.