Hailwood


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Hailwood

(ˈheɪlwʊd)
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(Biography) Mike, full name Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood. 1940–81, English racing motorcyclist: world champion (250 cc.) 1961 and 1966–67; (350 cc.) 1966–67; and (500 cc.) 1962–65
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From his earliest days in MotoGP, Marquez was stripping history's very best names (Freddie Spencer for youngest MotoGP race winner, then youngest MotoGP Championship winner; Mike Hailwood as the youngest rider to win two premier class titles; Mick Doohan for the most premier class wins over a single season) of titles that seemed destined to remain out of reach for the class of today.
Police Constable Paul Hailwood, of GMP's Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: "We have specially trained officers supporting Scott's family at this incredibly difficult time and my thoughts are with them.
ISS Regional Manager Gary Hailwood will manage the contract alongside a dedicated team based in Lae, the second largest city in PNG.
My best friend Mike Hailwood, the motor bike race legend and multi-champion turned F1 driver, who was given the George Medal, the UK's highest civil award for bravery, for selflessly and heroically rescuing stranded and helplessly trapped rival Clay Regazzoni from his wrecked and blazing car.
Looking backward, I see that I failed to appreciate fully the concentrated risks of Gene Phillips and his Southmark Corporation or the fact that Tony Gumbiner's rescue strategies with Hailwood Group took many years to mature.
He came first in the 55-lap race, beating Britain's Mike Hailwood into second place.
Auto Business News-March 28, 2016--Ducati Thailand produces Scrambler Mike Hailwood Special Edition
1981: Englishman Mike Hailwood, nine times world motor cycling champion, died two days after a car crash in which his nineyear-old daughter was also killed.
Strangely, there is scarcely any attention to the main sources in the extended debate over liberalism, neutrality, citizenship and green politics that has been going on for over a decade since the publication of Marcel Wissenburg's Green Liberalism in 1998 (Wissenburg 1998, 2001; Stephens 2001; Bell 2002; Baxter 2004; Hailwood 2004; Wissenburg and Levy 2004; Meyer 2005, 2011; Dobson and Bell 2006).
While a late 1950s Rolex Explorer (the first was launched in 1953 to celebrate the ascent of Everest) might fetch 3,000 [pounds sterling]-5,000 [pounds sterling], Hailwood says, a 'Paul Newman' Rolex Cosmograph Daytona--the actor's timepiece of choice with its clean black and white dial and art deco numerals--or a 'Milsub' (Military Issue Rolex Submariner, made for the British Royal Navy) can fetch 80,000 [pounds sterling] 'and upwards'.
Marquez also became the youngest ever rider to win two consecutive premier-class world championships, taking the record from Mike Hailwood, who was 23 when he won his second 500cc title in 1963.
She is also survived by five grandchildren: Max, Zach, Caroline, Lindsay, and Spencer Tretter as well as her lifelong best friend and cribbage partner, Ruth Alice Hailwood of Laguna Beach, CA and Jack and Frances Hailwood of Torrance, CA.