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Mick Wortley Collection

"Mick Wortley: A Legend in Sidecar Racing" Step back in time to the thrilling world of sidecar racing, where Mick Wortley's name shines bright

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & Nick Walker (Mick Boddice Kawasaki) 1979 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & Nick Walker (Mick Boddice Kawasaki) 1979 Sidecar TT
Mick Wortley & Nick Walker (Mick Boddice Kawasaki) at Braddan Bridge, 1979 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & Ralph Crellin (MDW Omega Triumph) 1974 750sc TT

Mick Wortley & Ralph Crellin (MDW Omega Triumph) 1974 750sc TT
Mick Wortley & Ralph Crellin (MDW Omega Triumph) at Ramsey: 1974 750sc TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & John Dovey (BSA) 1975 500 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & John Dovey (BSA) 1975 500 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: The Edmonds BSA - a front wheel drive outfit

The Edmonds BSA - a front wheel drive outfit
Mick Wortley and Dave Kettle take the front-wheel drive Edmonds BSA round Ballacraine in practice for the 1976 500 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & Chris Cockbill (Bill Boddice Kawasaki) 1980 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & Chris Cockbill (Bill Boddice Kawasaki) 1980 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & J Wilson (M. D. W. ) 1970 500 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & J Wilson (M. D. W. ) 1970 500 Sidecar TT
Mick Wortley & J Wilson (M.D.W.) on Bray Hill, 1970 500 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & Alan Fisher (Suzuki) 1982 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & Alan Fisher (Suzuki) 1982 Sidecar TT
Mick Wortley & Alan Fisher (Suzuki) at Ramsey, 1982 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & Chris Cockbill (MDW) 1976 1000 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & Chris Cockbill (MDW) 1976 1000 Sidecar TT
Mick Wortley & Chris Cockbill (MDW) at Quarter Bridge, 1976 1000 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & Ron Angus (MDW) 1971 750 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & Ron Angus (MDW) 1971 750 Sidecar TT
Mick Wortley & Ron Angus (MDW) at Cronk ny Mona, 1971 750 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & B Boyer (Triumph) & Fred Ellis &

Mick Wortley & B Boyer (Triumph) & Fred Ellis &
Mick Wortley & B Boyer (Triumph) & Fred Ellis & Alex MacFadzean (Triumph Norton) & D C A Harris & B L Harris (Triumph) 1967 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & D Bayer (Triunph) 1968 Sidecar TT

Mick Wortley & D Bayer (Triunph) 1968 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Robert Smith & Mick Wortley (Imp) 1978 Sidecar TT

Robert Smith & Mick Wortley (Imp) 1978 Sidecar TT

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & John Dovey (BMW) 1975 Jurby Road

Mick Wortley & John Dovey (BMW) 1975 Jurby Road
Broke it! Mick Wortley & John Dovey (BMW) coast back to the paddock; 1975 Jurby Road

Background imageMick Wortley Collection: Mick Wortley & John Dovey (MDW) 1974 Southern 100

Mick Wortley & John Dovey (MDW) 1974 Southern 100


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"Mick Wortley: A Legend in Sidecar Racing" Step back in time to the thrilling world of sidecar racing, where Mick Wortley's name shines bright. In 1974, he joined forces with Ralph Crellin and together they conquered the TT race on their powerful MDW Omega Triumph 750sc. The roar of their engines echoed through the Isle of Man as they sped towards victory. The following year, Mick teamed up with John Dovey, this time riding a BSA in the 500 Sidecar TT. Their skillful maneuvers and unwavering determination earned them a well-deserved spot on the podium. But that was not all for Mick; he also tackled Jurby Road on a BMW alongside Dovey, leaving spectators breathless with their speed and precision. In his quest for innovation, Mick embraced new challenges like piloting The Edmonds BSA – an extraordinary front-wheel-drive outfit that pushed boundaries and left competitors astounded. His partnership with Chris Cockbill saw them dominating the Sidecar TT aboard Bill Boddice Kawasaki bikes in 1980. Mick's career spanned decades, showcasing his versatility and adaptability. Alongside J Wilson from M. D. W. , he fearlessly took on the treacherous track during the 1970 500 Sidecar TT. Later partnering with Nick Walker on a Mick Boddice Kawasaki machine in 1979, they proved unbeatable once again. Not one to rest on his laurels, Mick continued to push himself further by teaming up with Alan Fisher for Suzuki at the intense Sidecar TT event in 1982. Together they displayed unparalleled teamwork and resilience amidst fierce competition. One cannot forget about Mick's unforgettable performance alongside Chris Cockbill during the exhilarating 1000 Sidecar TT race of 1976 - an awe-inspiring display of power and precision that left spectators speechless.