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16 September 2020

GEOFF DUKE: FIRST GENTLEMAN OF RACING

He was a gentleman, a racer, a professional and the first global superstar of Grand Prix racing

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25 August 2020

JIMMIE GUTHRIE

What really happened to the late, great Jimmie Guthrie?

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10 July 2020

PETER MOLLOY

Arguably Australia’s most adept and celebrated engine builder

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16 June 2020

REMEMBERING GREGG

One remarkable man inspired a generation and showed that Aussie riders could cut it with the world’s best

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14 June 2020

BRUCE HECTOR

Born in 1916, this South Aussie built a life around racing and building bikes

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27 May 2020

HIGH FLYER: LES GRAHAM

Les Graham was a decorated RAF pilot and the inaugural 500cc world champion. This is his story

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24 May 2020

WILD CHILD: DENNY MCCORMACK

The flamboyant crow-eater was one of the sport’s first pros

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21 May 2020

NICKY HAYDEN: A TRIBUTE

Three years after he was tragically taken from his family, friends, and fans we remember the nicest bloke in the GP paddock – Nicholas Patrick Hayden

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27 April 2020

EIGHT DAYS OF SUMMER

We set the time machine for 1957, when Aussie racer Keith Campbell scored scorching double GP wins

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26 March 2020

MAURICE QUINCEY

In July 2019, Australia lost one of its most celebrated road racing legends

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03 February 2020

MITSUO ITO

A successful racer, mentor and driving force of development, Suzuki’s grand prix success owes a lot to the late Ito-san

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13 January 2020

KIM NEWCOMBE

The innovative Kiwi who built his own Grand Prix winner