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British
2 April 1940
23 March 1981 (40)
Jack Brabham (2 April 1926)
Gino Munaron (2 April 1928)
Fabrizio Barbazza (2 April 1963)

statistics

0 (0%)
2 (3.9%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
2nd (1972 Italian Grand Prix)
4th
7
51
50
29 (0.6 points per race avg)
24 (47.1%)
1963 British Grand Prix
1974 German Grand Prix

about Mike Hailwood

Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood, , (2 April 1940 – 23 March 1981) was a British Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. He is regarded by many as one of the greatest racers of all time.

Hailwood was known as "Mike The Bike" because of his natural riding ability on bikes with a range of engine capacities. Later in his career he went on to compete in Formula One and other classes of car racing, becoming one of the few men to compete at Grand Prix level in both motorcycle and car racing.

He died following a road traffic accident in Warwickshire, England.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

1963, 1964, 1965, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event constructor

pole positions

# event constructor

teams & teammates

season teammate
1963 Jack Brabham
Jim Clark
Trevor Taylor
Bernard Collomb
Peter Arundell
Maurice Trintignant
André Pilette
Tim Parnell
Mike Spence
Pedro Rodríguez
Walt Hansgen
Thomas Monarch
Neville Lederle
Ernie Pieterse
Chris Amon
Lucien Bianchi
Bob Anderson
John Campbell-Jones
Masten Gregory
Lotus-Climax compare 1963
1964 Chris Amon
Peter Revson
Jo Siffert
Innes Ireland
Bernard Collomb
Trevor Taylor
Lotus-BRM compare 1964
1965 Tony Maggs
Richard Attwood
Innes Ireland
Chris Amon
Bob Bondurant
Lotus-BRM compare 1965
1971 Rolf Stommelen
Brian Redman
John Surtees
Gijs van Lennep
Derek Bell
Sam Posey
Surtees compare 1971
1972 Tim Schenken
Andrea de Adamich
John Love
John Surtees
Sam Posey
Surtees compare 1972
1973 Carlos Pace
Luiz Bueno
Andrea de Adamich
Jochen Mass
Surtees compare 1973
1974 Emerson Fittipaldi
Denny Hulme
Dave Charlton
David Hobbs
Jochen Mass
McLaren compare 1974

news

On bikes, Mike Hailwood was beyond astonishing. He remains a contender – maybe the prime contender –for the unofficial accolade of “Greatest rider of all time,” with four 500cc titles (37 wins), two 350cc titles (16 wins) and three 250cc titles (21 wins), as well as 14 wins at the Isle of Man TT.<br>But he was also very good in open-wheel racecars – although that wasn’t apparent from ...

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