For the first time, the full story of one of motorsport's greatest moments is told in full, with action-packed footage and newly-filmed interviews. In 2007, at the Centenary of the Isle of Man TT, racing ace John McGuinness became the first person ever to lap the legendary 37.73-mile Mountain circuit at an average speed of more than 130mph The achievement made headlines around the world, and in February 2010 the lap was named 'Landmark of the Decade' by the popular Fast Bikes magazine, which also placed McGuinness third in the list of top motorcyclists of the decade. In this programme, McGuinness reflects on an amazing TT career and reveals the secrets behind the famous 130.354mph lap. His newly-filmed contributions are combined with action footage from throughout his TT career, including the barrier-breaking record lap. McGuinness, from Morecambe, is one of the most instantly recognisable and best-known road racers of the modern era. He has won 15 TT races, second only to the late, great Joey Dunlop, and dominated the event for much of the past 10 years.