The trophy presented to Charlie Collier as the winner of the 1907 Isle of Man TT Race, was donated by the Marquis de Mouzilly St. Mars. It featured a stylised version of Olympic God Hermes by Giovanni Da Bologna as a silver figurine astride a winged wheel. The trophy was similar in design to the 18 carat gold Montague Trophy presented to John Napier (Arrol-Johnston) as the inaugural winner of the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy car race in 1905 now known as the RAC Tourist Trophy. The Marquis de Mouzilly St. Mars Trophy is now presented annually to the winner of the Isle of Man Senior TT Motor-Cycle Race.
Current Lap Record Holders -
|Outright||John McGuinness||Honda CBR1000RR||2009||17:12.30||131.578 miles per hour (211.754 km/h)|
|TT Superbike||Conor Cummins||2008 Kawasaki ZX10 1000 cc||2010||17:12.83||131.511 miles per hour (211.646 km/h)|
|Supersport TT||Michael Dunlop||Yamaha 600 cc||2010||17:42.52||127.836 miles per hour (205.732 km/h)|
|Lightweight TT (Snaefell)||John McGuinness||Honda||1999||19:18.2||118.29 miles per hour (190.37 km/h)|
|Lightweight TT (Billown)||Chris Palmer||Honda||2009||2:29.068||102.321 miles per hour (164.670 km/h)|
|Ultra-Lightweight TT (Snaefell)||Chris Palmer||Honda||2004||20:20.87||110.52 miles per hour (177.86 km/h)|
|Ultra-Lightweight TT (Billown)||Ian Lougher||Honda||2009||2:39.291||94.911 miles per hour (152.744 km/h)|
|Senior TT||John McGuinness||Honda CBR1000RR||2009||17:12.30||131.578 miles per hour (211.754 km/h)|
|TT Superstock||Ian Hutchinson||Honda CBR1000RR||2010||17:18.91||130.741 miles per hour (210.407 km/h)|
|TT Zero||Michael Rutter||MotoCzysz E1pc||2012||21:45.33||104.056 miles per hour (167.462 km/h)|
|Sidecar TT||Nick Crowe and|
|LCR Honda 600 Sidecar||2007||19:24.24||116.667 miles per hour (187.757 km/h)|
- Taken from Wikipedia
I personally always watch the TT and have always thoroughly enjoyed it, although there is an extreme risk when participating and there are a lot of casualties from it, I am sure that they love it and enjoy the thrill of exceeding 100 Mph along the Islands roads.