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Michael Dunlop admits the first few days of the Isle of Man TT are most dangerous in motorsport, but he believes his experience could prove crucial as showpiece returns after three-year wait

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Michael Dunlop celebrating winning the Lightweight TT in 2019

Michael Dunlop celebrating winning the Lightweight TT in 2019

Michael Dunlop on the Hawk Racing Superbike at the North West 200

Michael Dunlop on the Hawk Racing Superbike at the North West 200

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Michael Dunlop leads Alastair Seeley in the Superstock race at the North West 200

Michael Dunlop leads Alastair Seeley in the Superstock race at the North West 200

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Michael Dunlop celebrating winning the Lightweight TT in 2019

Michael Dunlop admits his vast experience of the Isle of Man TT Mountain Course could prove to be more invaluable than ever as the event returns today for the first time in almost three years.

Dunlop, still only 33, made his debut on the iconic 37.73-mile course 16 years ago as a teenager and won the Newcomers’ C race on a 125cc Honda at the Manx Grand Prix.


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