Bullitt is on the Isle of Man Mountain Road


The Isle of Man TT Festival is one of the world's most famous motorcycle festivals. Every year over two weeks, 30 million fans tune in to watch the peak of motorcyclists test their talents in the incredible "Mountain Course". But you do not have to be on two wheels to get the most out of Mountain Road – one of Europe's biggest driving times.

From the latest Ford series of films featuring hidden beads for drivers and tourists, Steve Sutcliffe was forced to flee Ford Mustang Bullitt's bike on an island where speeds are not restricted to many roads. (Even though careless and dangerous driving continues to be laws.)

Watch the video here https://youtu.be/7rhlwO8c-XM

"Imagine German cars, add hills and spirals, and make it one of the routes with incredible views, and what you have, these are absolutely fantastic and dramatic," said Sutcliffe. "Mountain Road feels – and is – a dramatic place to drive. It is epic and quite different from anywhere else"

The mountain itself is said to be a unique place to see all four countries in the United Kingdom: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. And regardless of the ability to drive fast, it costs to slow down and enjoy the incredible scenery and local hospitality.

"Food and drink are excellent, pretty much everywhere on the island," said Sutcliffe. "You can go there to entertain one of Europe's most famous roads, but people, food and scenery will unite your grief to get the boat home."

This is the ninth set of the series that includes everything from the Ford GT super car to the stunning Atlantic Ocean route from Norway to Fiesta ST virtually empty Via Campocatino in Italy. Known factors such as the stress factor, food and road surface, the mountain road has so far reached the best series of series.

Santa Claus at the 50th Anniversary of the legendary Warner Bros movie, the new special edition Ford Mustang Bullitt is available as a custom-made drive across Europe powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine powered by Ford's 460 PS and 529 Nm torque.

You can watch Europe's largest trip series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSDdJ-bq9Y1_kmQLP9PPrMe5S8UcVKioQ


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