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407. Speed Is My Need; movie review

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Cert 12A
87 mins
BBFC advice: Contains infrequent strong language

Back in 2011, I had an epiphany. It meant that even if I didn't feel the need to go on the back of a motorbike, I understood what drove those who did.
This was inspired by the fantastic TT 3D - a movie which sent Guy Martin on the road to TV stardom.
Martin was among those who risked their lives at the TT circuit on the Isle of Man not for fame and fortune but for the need for speed.
No motorcycling documentary has ever reached the startling standard of TT 3D but others have added to my insight.
This one has the thread of the British Superbikes Championship of 2018 but examines the wider compulsion to race motorbikes despite the life-or-death dangers.
Mark Sloper's film goes behind the scenes as Leon Haslam fights to land his first title, supported by his devoted father Ron, himself a renowned rider who narrowly failed to win the championship.
But Speed Is My Need also turns to the psychology of racing - with interviews from outside experts as well as major winner Freddie Spencer among others.
It tries to examine what makes riders tick and what makes them continue to hit the track despite serious injuries and seeing fellow competitors die.
The latter is most often the case on the Isle of Man on the world's most dangerous course where red flags could well mean a fatal injury.
Incredibly, it is almost as if death is treated as an occupational hazard.
For most of us, that is taking fate too far - we would do anything to avoid facing our maker head-on and yet these guys keep going back and testing his patience.
It makes for interesting watching but the problem is that current riders, understandably, don't want to talk about it and that means the movie is a tad disjointed and padded.

Reasons to watch: Gets into the mind of the fastest motorcyclists on earth
Reasons to avoid: A bit repetitive

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None 
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 6.5/10

Did you know? There were six fatalities among competitors in the 1970 Isle of Man TT, making it the deadliest year in the history of the event.

The Final Word. Colin Edwards: "Every time you put a helmet on you know it might be the last."

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