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TT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

TT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Trinidadian and Tobagonian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Trinidad and Tobago. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Trinidad and Tobago. Each of the country's subdivisions has its own code with the prefix "TT." For example, the code for the Borough of Arima is ISO 3166-2:TT-ARI.
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Mr Truslove said: "Both the Tourist Trophy at Silverstone and the next round of the E-Type Challenge at the Nurburgring will provide fascinating challenges, and I am hoping we can build on the successes of our season so far.
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Named after the Tourist Trophy in the Isle of Man, it looked destined for classic status since 2000.
This car went on to race a the Grand Prix d'Endurance, then in the Tourist Trophy race in Ulster followed by the Mille Miglia in 1936 and later that year the French Grand Prix.
The drivers will also be competing to add their names to the base of the Royal Automobile Club Tourist Trophy, a roll of honour that stretches back to 1905.
Later that racing season, John co-drove to victory with Stirling Moss in the Tourist Trophy in Ireland and finished fourth with Desmond Titterington at the Targo Florio in Sicily for Mercedes.
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PAUL OWEN was left to rue what might have been after a sloppy start cost him a top-20 finish in Wednesday's racing at the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy.
Last week's prize answers were: Brendan Rodgers, Don Hutchinson, Tourist Trophy and Southampton.
That year, for the first time in the history of the Tourist Trophy, the programme-makers used high-speed cameras capable of taking 600 frames per second.
Since the Tourist Trophy race was launched in 1907, more than 230 riders have been killed.