Articles tagged Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood

Page 23 of September 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, September 1975

Looking Back with Mike Hailwood

Few competitors have made the transition from motorcycle racing to the world of Formula One with the same success as Mike Hailwood. John Surtees of course, for whom Hailwood drove Grand Prix cars for over two years, won seven World Championships on two wheels as well as one on four wheels, but apart from him only a small handful attempted the switch. Geoff Duke tried abortively, while Gary...

Page 37 of May 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, May 1981

Obituary: Mike Hailwood, MBE, GM

When a racing man dies in action, in a race or while testing, it is sad. When a racing man dies in old age, having led a long and full life, it is also sad. In neither instance is it a shock, it is just part of life. A racing driver who dies in full action is part of the hard side of motor racing which we must all face up to; death in old age is as inevitable as night turning into day. But when a...

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