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Legendary Racer MotoGP Ever After

MotoGP world recognized as a world-class motor racing arena. Since the holding of the event from the start of this race until there are now many legendary MotoGP racer. This 'Legendary Racer MotoGP Ever After' recorded history as a reliable racers who will continue to be remembered throughout the ages. Their names will always be remembered as a reliable MotoGP racers.

Here's some legendary racer MotoGP

Giacomo Agostini was born in Brescia on 16 June 1942. Ago is the record holder ever 500cc Grand Prix world champion eight times, namely in 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 with Italian motorcycles, MV Agusta and lastly in 1975 by riding a Yamaha motorcycle. Total he won the Grandprix series 122 and 15 world titles in all classes. Giacomo is one of legendary racer MotoGP ever after. salute!!..

Michael "Mick" Doohan (born June 4, 1965, age 46 years) was a racer from Australia who have big names in world motor racing. He is a rider who has the record for the 500cc GP world champion bike NSR 500 five times in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998. His career was halted because of severe accident at Jerez, Spain in 1999, after being sidelined from the race he was still dabbling in the world of racing. He served as an advisor to the team who had previously defended, Team HRC (Honda Racing Company). In 2000, he along with former mechanic Jerremy Burgess Nasstro Azzuro Honda formed a team to handle the Italian who had recently moved to the 500cc class, Valentino Rossi.

Geoffrey Duke, racer born March 29, 1923 England won the world title this GP 500, in 1951 (one year after its debut in 1950), 1953, 1954, and 1955. During his career in the GP 500, he captured the victory with 22 series, he also won the 350cc GP series as many as 11. Captured his first world championship with Norton, while three titles later, 1953, 1954, 1955 captured along with the manufacturer from Italy, Gilera. He is also the first driver to be able to win the world title in a row. 

Mike Hailwood was born on April 2, 1940 in England. Racer whose original name was Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood was often nicknamed "Mike the Bike". He is a British driver who fell not only in the GP 500c, but he also race in the Isle of Man and also the F1 car racing. He died at the age of 41 years in the tragedy of an accident in 1981, while driving a car with her daughter. He won the 500cc GP world champion in 1962, 1963, 1964, and 1965. His accomplishments and the great man he was awarded the silver medal MotoGP Wall of Fame received by his wife Pauline Hailwood, in 2000.

Daijiro Kato (加藤 大 治郎 Daijiro Kato, 4 July 1976-18 April 2003). Beginning his racing career started since he was 3 years old. In 1979, he has been practicing riding a pocket bike and motorcycle at the age of 5 years he has followed the pocket bike racing championships often even be a champion. At age 11 he began racing minibikes, riding bike, and managed to win all the classes that are contested in the area. In 1998 he fell in 250 cc GP in the Japanese GP as a wild card rider, and managed to win it. In 2000 he followed the 250 cc GP in full by joining the Honda Gresini team AXO. The result, he managed to world class was ranked third with 259 points and four-time champion of the series at Suzuka Circuit (Japan), the circuit of Estoril (Portugal), circuit Nelson Piquet (Brazil), and Motegi (Japan). In 2001, the team joined the Telefonica Movistar Honda and driving a Honda NSR 250 riders numbered 74, won the 250 cc Grand Prix world champion. He earned 11 wins from 16 series that are contested and won 322 points. 2002 he moved to the MotoGP class, joining the Fortuna Honda Gresini team and driving a Honda NSR 500 racing driver he was able to compete with manufacturers Honda and other manufacturers that use a 4 stroke 990 cc motorcycle. In the mid-season, he gets a small Honda 4 stroke 990 cc RC211V, and immediately took second place at the Czech GP Brno circuit. 2003 season he raced in the same team with new sponsor Telefonica Movistar RC211V and full down. Unfortunately the drivers who became Japan's hopes to become first world champion from Japan, was killed after a devastating accident that occurred in the first series has been running for MotoGP 2003. Tragically, he died after the motorcycle he was driving crashed into a wall RC211V limiting trajectory and broke into pieces in front of his own fans, on the fourth lap Japanese Grand Prix on April 6, 2003. He had survived and was taken to hospital in critical condition in a helicopter. Obituaries world champion 250 cc GP in 2001 was spread on 20 April 2003, two weeks after the Japanese GP. He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter who was born some time before the fateful accident occurred.
Kenny Roberts, Sr.) was born in Modesto, California, United States, December 31, 1951, age 58 years). The father of racer Kenny Roberts, Jr.. Kurtis Robert and this is the world champion 500 cc GP in 1978, 1979 and 1980. He was the first American to win the 500cc Grand Prix history. After retiring from the racing world, he formed a private team with motor Modenas KR 3.

Kevin Schwantz (born June 19, 1964, age 47 years) is an American motorcycle racer States has ever won the Grandprix 500cc motorcycle class in 1993.

Barry Sheene was born in London, England on September 11, 1950. He won the world championship in 1976 by ​​beating Giacomo Agostini, winner of the 500cc GP world champion eight times. Ditahun 1977 he regained the world title by riding a Suzuki motorcycle. 1984 was the last year drivers who often greeted Bazza was down in the arena of GP 500. On March 9, 2003 Bazza died.

John Surtess (born in England, February 11, 1934, age 77 years) was a Formula 1 and MotoGP rider from England. Surtess until recently listed as the first racer and the only one capable of winning two world titles diajang different, namely MotoGP (in 1956, and 1958-60) and Formula 1 (1964). In MotoGP, Surtess a successful record of 11 consecutive victories between GP Ireland Tourist Trophy 1958 to 1960. In 1961 he moved to the event's four-wheel (Formula 1) to seek new challenges. He later joined Ferrari where he was eventually able to become world champion in 1964.



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