Two legends meet again. Giacomo Agostini, the most victorious motorcycle racer of all time with 15 world titles to his credit, and the Tourist Trophy, the oldest, most prestigious and dangerous motorcycle race in the world, which has been run since 1907 over the mountain circuit of Britain’s Isle of Man. Agostini’s 10 TT victories between 1965 and 1972 are the most important, prestigious and breath-taking results ever achieved by the great champion from Lovere which, for the first time, open up previously unpublished diaries that tell the stories of his great feats on the island. From duels with the legendary Mike Hailwood through to the dramatic 1972 race when, after his 10th win in the Senior, the Italian ace decided for safety reasons to finish forever with the TT after the death of his racing motorcyclist friend Gilberto Parlotti. Together with journalist Mario Donnini, the writer who has watched and published more than anyone else on this incredible race, “Ago”, the Italian rider who won more at the TT than anyone, reveals himself in the most terrible yet fascinating race in the world. The result is an anxiously awaited book which is a “must” for all motorcycling and racing enthusiasts.