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Legendary MotoGP
Naturally, if we often hear the name Valentino Rossi, because this one driver is famous especially for MotoGP lovers. The driver, nicknamed "The Doctor", has been the world champion nine times in the 800cc, 500cc, 250cc and 125cc class MotoGP. Rossi has also been dubbed the "MotoGP Legend", although Rossi hasn't actually entered the MotoGP legend list. Then, who are the MotoGP Legends in this world? Actually there are many, but here are 3 legendary MotoGP stars like the one I summarized: Mike Hailwood Mike Hailwood is a British racer who was born on April 2, 1940. The driver who has Stanley's real name Michael Bailey Hailwood is not just taking part in the MotoGP event. However, Mike also followed the Isle of Man and formula 1. Mike made his name as the 500cc MotoGP champion in 1962, 1963, 1964 and 1965. In 1981, Mike suffered a deadly accident while driving a car with his son. Because of his achievements in MotoGP, Mike was awarded the MotoGP Wall of Fame silver medal in 2000. John Surtees Jhon Surtees was born on February 11, 1934 in Tatsfield, Surrey, England. Surtees is a MotoGP and Formula 1 driver. Surtees is listed as the first driver and the only one who has won in two different world events to date. In the MotoGP event, Surtess won the 500cc MotoGP in 1956, 1958, 1959, and 1960. Surtess won 11 consecutive wins in 1958 at the Irish GP until 1958 at the Tourist Trophy. While in the Formula 1 event, Surtess managed to become world champion in 1964. Jim Redman Jim Redman was born on November 8, 1931 in London, England. However, in 1952, Redman immigrated to Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Redman himself began to race in 1955 and won first time in 1957 in South Africa. Propelled by MotoGP, Redman has won six world titles, namely in the 250cc class twice and the 500cc class four times. Reference Article quotes from various source. Thank you for visiting my blog