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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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Mike Hailwood was an F1 driver, and Barry Sheene tried touring cars.
| 1981: Englishman Mike Hailwood, nine times world motor cycling champion, died two days after a car crash in which his nine-year-old daughter was also killed.
Synopsis: In June 1978, eleven years after he quit Grand Prix motorcycle racing, Mike Hailwood returned to the Isle of Man TT races, probably the most prestigious and certainly the most demanding road race in the world.
Il se pare, egalement, des couleurs de la marque d'alcool italienne, sponsor de Yamaha et Mike Hailwood au sein du Martini Racing Team.
Since 1930, the Trophy has been awarded to eight motorcycle riders, including Barry Sheene, Mike Hailwood, John McGuinness and John Surtees.
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.
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Don't rule a fit John out of the Senior TT, where afirst would equal Mike hailwood's record of six senior wins.
"Very aggressive, very strong in battles, body-to-body." 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.
He is also the youngest rider to win nine races in a row, breaking the 1984 record held previously by the late Englishman Mike Hailwood.
He is also the youngest rider ever to win eight top-category races in a row, taking the record from the late Briton Mike Hailwood who was 24 when he did it in 1964.
His collection ranges from a Mini Traveller owned by 'Lord Mountbatten to Elton John's old Bentley, Keith Floyd's 'woodie' Traveller; a 1961 Jaguar E-Type owned by British motorcycle champ Mike Hailwood, and a vehicle owned by Winston Churchill.