double F1 and 500cc World Champion before. Until today.I'd like to take this opportunity to apologize to the extremely talented John Surtees whose utter mastery of two, three and four wheels is already written in the stone tablets of history. I would also
"I don't get the bad dreams anymore where I wake up with a start as I'm being thrown over the highside. They've gone."John Reynolds is finding retirement to his taste. Apart from sleeping better, he's hopefully had his last taste of hospital food
ours up. He’s not into bikes, he likes history and weird stuff. It’s different, in a nice way.I hope to stop racing the TT sooner rather than laterI’m waiting to hear that demon in my head saying, “Right John, that’s it, pack it in now.” ’Cos it’ll get
The only motorcycling World Champion to have beaten F1, too.This is the one we all want the answer to: can Rossi win the F1 championship?He might do! He will have the advantage of all the facilities of Ferrari behind him, as well as a year's testing and development. That's the dr...
Europe's oldest Harley-Davidson dealership, Warrs, was founded by John's father Fred. The former racer and mechanic now runs the companyWhat's the most embarrassing bike you lusted after as a youth?My best mate Tom's AP50 with a bum-stop seat
John Kocinski is best remembered for out-performing Carl Fogarty on two counts: beating the British champion's Ducati in 1997 when he took Honda's RC45 to its only World SuperBike championship, and surpassing Foggy in the obnoxious stakes."He was a
and it went 7mph quicker out of the box. Kenny gave me the sack.ROUGH JUSTICE! YOU WERE HEAVILY INVOLVED IN THE RE-LAUNCH OF TRIUMPH, WEREN’T YOU...Yes, the entire Triumph experience was pretty satisfying. We started with a team of just 13. Watching John Bloor
the bike or the man behind it. If you share my feelings and intrigue, then this documentary is right up your street.It's in three parts and last 45 minutes in total. Definitely one to watch.You can see the John Britten Documentary part two here.
THIS IS the moment Stiggy Honda man John Hopkins was run over on the opening lap of the first race at the Nurburgring during the eleventh leg of this year's World Superbike series.The Anglo-American was knocked unconscious during the incident, which
John McGuinness can roll out 130mph laps around the TT course with ease, but this candid interview from Alpinestars gives an insight into the real person behind those 17 wins at the Isle of Man.
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