Former Isle of Man TT racer, motorcycle daredevil and TV presenter Guy Martin has pleaded not guilty to having a fake driving licence. What! The man who broke the speed record for riding an Indian Scout (above) around the Wall of Death and crashed while attempting to break the 400mph speed barrier in a Triumph streamliner doesn’t have a proper licence? Guy says no way! He has pleaded not guilty in Lincoln Crown Court in the UK on two charges of using a fake Irish driving licence. A two-day trial into the matter will be held next July. Guy claims he had an Irish document so he could get a UK driving licence.See alsoDucatiEICMA 2021Motorbike newsThe 2022 Ducati Panigale V4 Is Faster and Better than Ever Before The former British truck driver raced in the Isle of Man TT from 2003-2015 and made a one-off return in 2017. Guy Martin at the Isle of Man TT Despite never winning a TT, he has 17 podiums. Since his racing retirement he has presented several TV shows in which he performs daredevil motoring stunts.