Definitions for "1923 Isle of Man TT"
The 1923 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy saw the introduction of the first Sidecar TT race over 3 laps and was won by Freddie Dixon and passenger Walter Perry with a special Douglas banking-sidecar in a time of 2 hours, 7 minutes and 48 seconds at an average speed of 53.15 mph however the fastest lap in the Sidecar race was by H Langman on a Scott at 54.69 mph. The Senior TT Race was held in poor weather and local course knowledge allowed local Isle of Man competitor Tom Sheard, also riding a Douglas, to win a second TT to add to his first win in the 1922 Junior TT. Another first-time winner was Stanley Woods, riding to his first of ten victories in the TT races, on a Cotton in the Junior TT.