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Surtees

(ˈsɜːtiːz)
n
1. (Biography) John. born 1934, British racing motorcyclist and motor-racing driver. He was motorcycling world champion (1956, 1958–60) and Formula One world champion (1964), the only man to have been world champion in both sports
2. (Biography) Robert Smith. 1803–64, British journalist and novelist, who satirized the sporting life of the English gentry in such works as Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities (1838)
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Finally, if Mr Surtees is so offended when driving past it, the Angel, then why not take the A19 route?
The 18-year-old from Northumberland made history by becoming a joint winner of the Henry Surtees Trophy, which acknowledges the most outstanding performance by a rising star.
The potentially life-saving initiative has been funded through a donation of more than PS16,000 from the Henry Surtees Foundation.
GORDON SURTEES, coach to around 40 international athletes, died suddenly last week.
Martin Surtees left his post as assistant director for education on Friday in a week that saw Ofsted's regional chief brand education across the city as 'weak' and the council's performance as inexcusable.
If Surtees is known or remembered at all it is because he is associated with the fairly lowly genre of sporting fiction, and especially tales of hunting.
1964 Mexican Grand Prix THREE Brits - Graham Hill, John Surtees and Jim Clark - battled it out in one of the greatest finales.
Now John Surtees and Mika Hakkinen have agreed with Lauda.
When Surtees began the serial that would become Handley Cross; or Mr.
AN amazing collection of race cars and motorcycles will form a tribute to John Surtees at Autosport International next weekend - marking the start of 50th anniversary celebrations of the British legend's Formula One world title.
In true Kiwi innovative style, Surtees Boats began in a country shed when Neil Surtees built a boat for himself.
Paul Surtees, 49, who was responsible for special delivery items, admitted seven charges of theft.