Articles Posted in the " Mike Hailwood " Category

  • Bonhams Easter Motorcycle Sales Wrap

    Bonhams Easter Motorcycle Sales Wrap

    Vintage Motorcycle Sales

    Bonhams’ annual sale of Collectors’ Motorcycles and Related Memorabilia at The Classic MotorCycle Show, Stafford on Easter Sunday, April 24, once more demonstrated the strength of the motorcycle market with a sales total of £2 million ($3.3 Million USD) and 93% of Lots sold (85% by value).

  • Greatest Isle of Man TT Race

    Greatest Isle of Man TT Race

    IoM TT Fans Vote

    The legendary battle between Steve Hislop and Carl Fogarty for the 1992 Senior TT has been chosen by fans as the greatest race ever seen on the iconic Isle of Man TT Mountain course.

  • Valentino Rossi MotoGP racing records

    Valentino Rossi MotoGP racing records

    In 2009 Valentino Rossi has continued to grow his legend and cement his place in the history of Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing. Valentino Rossi’s ninth (9th) career title is his seventh (7ht) in the premier MotoGP class and his fourth since joining Yamaha in 2004.

    2009 Valentino Rossi 14th MotoGP Season Statistics

    • Valentino Rossi has now matched Mike Hailwood and Carlo Ubbiali with nine titles in all classes. Only Agostini with 15 has more.

  • 1972 MV Agusta 750S | Fine Art Motorcycle

    1972 MV Agusta 750S | Fine Art Motorcycle

    Super "Model" Superbike Classic.

    The annals of motorcycling are flush with significant machines that ushered in new, dynamic phases of two-wheel evolution. The extensive array of motorcycles comprising this colorful and edifying history provide healthy fodder for debate among diehard aficionados as to which ones deserve credit for aesthetic and technological importance.

  • 1978 Ducati 900TT1 | Review

    1978 Ducati 900TT1 | Review

    Mike Hailwood Motorcycle 

    Of all the many great motorcycle race victories against the odds, the many sterling feats of skill and bravery that pack the pages of the past 100 years of TT history—in this, its Centenary year—what took place on the Isle of Man on June 3, 1978, is widely recognized as the most remarkable.