The unmistakable style of Kevin SchwantzAlex Criville...1999 500cc world championWayne Gardner...1987 500cc world championMamola...not a world champion but still bloody quickFORMER 500cc world champions Alex Criville, Wayne Gardner and Kevin Schwantz got the chance to ride 2007's...
ACCORDING TO none other than GP stalwart Randy Mamola, the next generation Yamaha R1 will be about the same physical size as the current R6 roadbike.Speaking on the British Eurosport 2 MotoGP coverage of the premier class practice session Mamola, second in the 500GP class four ti...
VF was ridden by the 'King of Slide' Garry McCoy in the 1998 GP500 class. This is the v-twin version, which has a claimed power output of 170bhp and a dry weight of 132kg. Today's superbike figures may look like they offer similar performance
joined the Yamaha camp and started competing in the World GP500cc class. From 1995 he began competing full-time in the World GP500cc class, where he eventually compiled a record of three wins, four 2nd places and 10 3rd places in his GP career. This year
to go. The machines took part in the 1999 and 2000 GP500 series and come with full documentation.Wonder if they'll take my 1988 GSX-R1100 in part exchange? Expect it to reach a figure in excess of £150,000.SpecsTwo stroke, 90° V2 cylinders, twin counter
Championship career, the 1983 Suzuki XR40 and1984 Suzuki XR45 offered for sale are bothfinished in their correct blue-over-white livery andadorned with Sheene's 'Lucky Number 7'.Beautifully engineered, each is a reminder of thatgolden two-stroke GP500 era, in which
THIS MIGHT just look like a big scooter with a Honda paintjob (that looks amazingly similar to the old GP500 Nastro Azzuro Honda paintjob campaigned by Rossi), but this prototype scooter really could hold the key to the future of motorcycling for us
.The Schwantz replica (£8799) GSX-R750 K8 mirrors the iconic Lucky Strike colour scheme the American used during his final season riding GP500 in 1995. The factory finish paintwork offered on the Stamford replica is flawless and wouldn't be complete without his
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