Skerries was the first race Dunlop participated in since breaking his leg at Les Graham Memorial on lap 3 of the 2014 Senior TT. Since the crash, the Tyco Suzuki pilot – who is teammates with Guy Martin – won the Supersport race at Skerries, and doubled at the Walderstown Road Races in County Westmeath. At the 2014 Isle of Man TT, the 28-year-old of Ireland took one podium – a third during the second Supersport race.Following is the interview:Q. When did you start Racing?WD: I Started racing in 2001 on a 125 HondaQ. When and where was your first race win and what memories do you have of it?WD: My first proper win was at Kirkistown on a 125 I had a great race with Darren Lynsey. funnily enough, my first road race win at Athea, few years later was on 125 were I just beat Darren againQ. How did you feel when you did your first flying lap of The TT course?WD: Its hard to remember first lap, as I was racing abroad and I missed the newcomers lap, so they put me behind a Traveling Marshal before the first practice. It was a ropey lap, It felt like I made a lot of mistakes. Even though it was slow, I knew it was going to be hard for me to learnQ. What has been the most memorable moment of your career to date?WD: I’ve had many memorable races, but my best memory was last years 600 TT race with Bruce Anstey. It had been a hard season I really needed a win. I’ve never seen as many passes on the run to the line, it made it special.Q. If you did not race motorcycles, what would you be doing?WD: I’m not sure what I’d do now if I retired, my life be pointless. I enjoy football and other sports, but I am not good enough to have do them as a job and I’ve no qualifications.Q. What do you do to relax when you are not working?WD: I like to sleep a lot and take it easy. I love lots other sports, but my favorite is playing football At weekends. I don’t mind a bit of golf, its nice get away from it all.Q. What brings you back to The Isle of Man TT every year?WD: Its biggest road race in the world. I’ve yet to win one and my goal to get a TT win. I’ll keep going to the TT while I enjoy doing it .Q. What are your plans and aims for 2014-2015?WD: The season is pretty much over after TT, The Ulster Grand Prix is the last Race. It would be really nice to get a win on the 600 and put myself in good position for next year. I would love to stay with tyco as I really am enjoying my racing here.Q. Hows the leg doing?WD: I am very lucky. My leg is the only main injury. I had a lot of bruising, but that will clear up. I’ve only two breaks on the leg and both were on the fibula bone, which isn’t a weight baring bone, so its a quick healer. I hope to be back very soon.