The Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica was built as an homage to the remarkable victory by Mike Hailwood at the 1978 Isle of Man TT in the Formula One division. After Hailwood's victory at the 1978 Isle of Man Formula One motorcycle race, Ducati offered a 900SS -based Mike Hailwood Replica for sale. 1975 - J. Cecotto Riding a four-stroke, four-cylinder 250 cc Honda, Hailwood won the 1961 250cc world championship. 1979 Ducati 864cc Mike Hailwood Replica 2nd bike imported into the UK . Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood, MBE, nado en Langsmeade House (Great Milton, Oxfordshire) o 2 de abril de 1940 e finado en Warwickshire o 23 de marzo de 1981, foi un piloto de motociclismo inglés. He raced at the 1979 Isle of Man TT before retiring for good at the age of 39. Following his retirement from motor sport, in late 1979 Hailwood established a Honda-based retail motorcycle dealership in Birmingham named Hailwood and Gould, in partnership with former motorcycle racer Rodney Gould.[46]. [35] He was in contention for a victory at his first Formula One race in 6 years, the 1971 Italian Grand Prix. [10], During 1965, Hailwood entered selected UK events riding for the Tom Kirby Team. [39], He was the subject of This Is Your Life in 1976 when he was surprised by Eamonn Andrews. [40], On 3 June 1978, after an 11-year hiatus from mainstream motorcycling, Hailwood performed a now-legendary comeback at the Isle of Man TT in the Formula I race, a World Championship class based on large-capacity road machines first introduced for 1977. [14] It was unable to compete in the 500cc category, the FIM deeming it was not classified as a production machine as it had two overhead camshafts. Los únicos nuevos modelos de con carenado biselado de Giugiaro después de esto fueron la Mike Hailwood Replica, una versión cosmética de … Mike and David were taken to hospital, where Mike died two days later from severe internal injuries. "[18], He had two children - daughter Michelle in 1971[31] and son David. 1962 - J. Redman 1951 - G. Duke [26] Hailwood again rode for BSA at the 1971 Daytona race, qualifying on the front row. Al finalizar la exitosa temporada, Ducati crea una versión comercial de la que utilizaron en el campeonato, la limited edition 900 SS Mike Hailwood Replica. En 1997, construyó su primera motocicleta con esta marca. Foster In September 1998, the sketch was presented to the general public at the Intermot Show in Munich. Marketing a Mike Hailwood Replica was an obvious way for Ducati to reap the benefit of the racing champion’s outstanding Isle of Man TT win aboard the Desmo V-Twin in 1978. Achieving some success, he entered a 3-hour long-distance event in April 1978, again with Australian co-rider Jim Scaysbrook. [32] Mrs Hailwood died in June 2020 following an illness.[33][34]. [58] In 1984, Pauline Hailwood officially opened the Mike Hailwood Centre,[59] a multi-purpose building located at the TT Grandstand in Douglas run as a refreshment outlet during TT and Manx Grand Prix motorcycle race periods. [9], He was awarded the Segrave Trophy for 1979 "in recognition of his Isle of Man exploits in the Senior and Classic TTs", with his close friend Ted Macauley also awarded a special Seagrave Medal. (2008). 1953 - F. Anderson He had also raced, in the pre-World War II era. Hailwood then went on to win the GP race, which carried World Championship points, in the afternoon of the same day. Bohl, Oliver PhD. Jump to navigation Jump to search. [51], Hailwood retired with 76 Grand Prix victories, 112 Grand Prix podiums, 14 Isle of Man TT wins and 9 World Championships, including 37 Grand Prix wins, 48 Grand Prix podiums, 6 Isle of Man TT wins and 4 World Championships in 500cc. [6] In heavy rain, Hailwood won the 1965 Hutchinson 100 Production race at the Silverstone circuit on a BSA Lightning Clubman entered by dealer Tom Kirby, beating the Triumph Bonnevilles entered by Syd Lawton. Hail­wood was born at Langsmeade House, Great Mil­ton in Ox­ford­shire, His fa­ther, who also raced in the pre-World War II era, was a suc­cess­ful mo­tor­cy­cle dealer and Hail­wood had a com­fort­able upbringing. 1956 - B. Lomas Hailwood's driving suit caught fire, but after being extinguished by a fire marshal he returned to help rescue Regazzoni, an act for which he was awarded the George Medal, the 2nd highest gallantry award that a British civilian can be awarded. The case was settled with a retroactive license. 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He was ed­u­cated at Pur­ton Stoke Prepara­tory School, Kintbury,[citation needed] and Pang­bourne Nau­ti­cal Col­lege where he wore a RN cadet uniform,but left early and worked for a short time in the fam­ily busi­ness be­fore his fa­th… [2][3], The production of the MH900e was originally going to be sourced out to Bimota with production beginning the summer of 2000, but the collapse of the small company resulted in Ducati keeping the production in-house. La nueva moto era una deportiva de cuatro cilindros y 750cc de cilindrada (La serie F4), serie que también incluyó algunas motocicletas de competición como la SPR ("Special Production Racing") decorada todo en negro que aparecía en la película I, Robot. 1983 Ducati 864cc Mike Hailwood Replica For Sale by Auction A landmark model that kept Ducati afloat during the 1980s, the Hailwood Replica owes its existence to Mike's legendary Isle of Man TT comeback victory in the 1978 Production Race riding an ex-works NCR machine entered and prepared by Manchester-based Ducati dealer, Sports Motor Cycles. Vin # ZDMAS96383B906508. 1981 - A. Mang He then told her his story and said; " you see, it won't happen on a track. 1959 - J. Surtees, 1960 - J. Surtees 1972 - G. Agostini The first 1,000 units were sold out in 31 minutes. File; File history; File usage on Commons; Metadata; Size of this preview: 800 × 534 pixels. File:Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica (1980).jpg. The present Patron is Murray Walker. 1963 - J. Redman [8] He lost the chance at winning a fourth race when his 350 AJS failed with a broken gudgeon pin whilst leading. In June 1961, he became the first man in the history of the Isle of Man TT to win three races in one week when he won in the 125 cc, 250 cc and 500 cc categories. It is one of the first “about 200” examples and is therefore a very valuable and rare vintage Ducati indeed. [11] The 'Hutch' was a main production race of the season along with the Thruxton 500, so it was very important for manufacturers to establish the racing potential of their recent models. Hailwood claimed to have been told by a fortune teller in South Africa that he would not live to 40 and would be killed by a truck. He is regarded by many as one of the greatest racers of all time.[1][2]. Hailwood was born at Langsmeade House, Great Milton in Oxfordshire, the only son and elder child of Stanley William Bailey Hailwood, a millionaire businessman and managing director of a motorcar sales company[5] as well as successful motorcycle dealer. During his car racing career, Hailwood never achieved the same level of success that he found on motorcycles, but achieved respectable results in Formula One and World Sports Cars. Al finalizar la exitosa temporada, Ducati crea una versión comercial de la que utilizaron en el campeonato, la limited edition 900 SS Mike Hailwood Replica. Now sold by Woldside Classic and Sports Car is this rare electric start 900S2 Mike Hailwood Replica. [54], The FIM named him a Grand Prix "Legend" in 2000. [2], Hailwood saw his first race at age 10 with his father, and first spectated at the Isle of Man TT races in 1956.[6]. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Hailwood was recognised for his bravery when in the 1973 South African Grand Prix he went to pull Clay Regazzoni from his burning car after the two collided on the second lap of the race. 1965 - J. Redman Stanley Michael Bailey "Mike" Hailwood (2 d'abril de 1940 – 23 de març de 1981) va ser un pilot de motociclisme i de Fórmula 1 britànic, nou vegades campió del món de motociclisme en diverses categories i reconegut per molts com possiblement el millor pilot de motos de tots els temps. Lecture at the University of Kassel. He left Formula One after being injured badly at the 1974 German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring and retired to New Zealand. The Ducati MH900e (or Evoluzione) is a retro sport motorcycle made by Ducati in 2001 and 2002, in a limited production run of 2,000 units. [48] He was 40 years old. [42][43], Few observers believed the 38-year-old would soon prove to be competitive at the TT races after such a long absence. [1][56], After Hailwood's victory at the 1978 Isle of Man Formula One motorcycle race, Ducati offered a 900SS-based Mike Hailwood Replica for sale. Cagiva adquirió la marca registrada MV Agusta en 1991. [15], Hailwood is remembered for his accomplishments at the famed Isle of Man TT. 1955 - B. Lomas Riding a Ducati 900SS provided by Manchester (UK) dealership Sports Motorcycles, he was not only competitive, but managed a hugely popular win. [1][2][39][41], In 1977, Hailwood had travelled to Australia to ride large-capacity Ducatis in long-distance races and a 30-lap event on a Yamaha, together with historic race machines. Isle of Man Classic Racer Classic TT parade lap 2018 on 1981 MHR BSA Lightning Clubmans were ridden by Hailwood (carrying number 1 on the fairing) and factory rider Tony Smith, whilst Triumph Bonnevilles were ridden by World Champion Phil Read and works employee Percy Tait. He learned to ride at a young age on a minibike as a small boy in a field near his home. Mike Hailwood never rode the MH900e and Ducati defended that the motorcycle was "inspired by the Ducati motorcycle that Mike Hailwood rode at the Isle of Man TT race in 1978". Operated by the Mike Hailwood Foundation, an Isle of Man-based charity, it is staffed by volunteers and also promotes the races together with supporting new competitors. [9] He won what many historians consider to be the most dramatic Isle of Man race of all time, the 1967 Senior TT against his great rival, Giacomo Agostini. 1973 - G. Agostini [52][53] Hailwood was the Patron of a small charity – The Joan Seeley Pain Relief Memorial Trust – named in tribute to Colin Seeley's first wife Joan, who died in 1979. In 1974, Australian importer Ron Angel entered a "Ducati 860 SS" in the Unlimited Production event at the Easter motorbike races at Bathurst, on the mountain. [27][28] Mike's son David Hailwood completed a demonstration lap of the Isle of Man TT course on 3 June 2002, riding Mike's Daytona 1971 BSA Rocket 3 carrying large letters 'H' instead of a race number. Individuals made purchases from 20 different countries. The Ducati SuperSport and SS are a series of air-cooled four stroke desmodromic 2-valve 90° V-twin motorcycles made by Ducati since 1988. 1986 Ducati MHR1000 1000cc Mike Hailwood Mille Replica Series 3 motorbikes for sale in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, in red this Ducati MHR1000 1000cc Mike Hailwood Mille Replica Series 3 is another fine example of what is available from used motorbike specialist dealers, The Bike Specialists, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Production continued into 2002 resulting in two different production years associated with the VINs (2001 and 2002). No hay más artículos en su carrito Total (impuestos inc.) 0,00 € View Cart The MH in MH900e is Hailwood's initials, and the e suffix is for evoluzione in Italian, evolution in English. [4][better source needed], In 2001 Pauline Hailwood, Mike Hailwood's widowed wife, sued Ducati for using her late husband's name in connection with Ducati's MH900e. [18], For 1968, Honda pulled out of Grand Prix racing, but paid Hailwood £50,000 (equivalent to over £870,000 at 2020 prices) not to ride for another team, in expectation of keeping him as its rider upon return to competition. Durante los años 70 Ducati se centró en el sector del motociclismo deportivo, consiguiendo grandes victorias y mucha fama mundial. The Ducati website opened for orders on January 1, 2000 at 00:01am GMT at a price of Euro15,000. He died following a road traffic accident in Warwickshire, England. Lot 38 (National Motorcycle Museum, 19th December 2020) Sold for £28,750 Barely 17, he finished in 11th place, but was soon posting successful results. 1972 French Grand Prix Hailwood (5226212294).jpg 3,318 × 2,377; 1.29 MB Ducati 250 PD Hailwood DM.JPG 1,140 × 1,240; 490 KB Ducati 900SS Mike Hailwood DM.JPG 2,048 × 1,380; 927 KB Ducati made the decision to sell the new bike directly to the consumer exclusively via the Internet. Durante los años 70 Ducati se centró en el sector del motociclismo deportivo, consiguiendo grandes victorias y mucha fama mundial. With little regard for the rain, Hailwood was achieving laps of 83 mph (134 km/h) to establish his winning lead. [5][non-primary source needed]. [1][16] In that race he set a lap record of 108.77 mph (175.05 km/h) on the Honda RC181, that stood for the next 8 years. 1957 - K. Campbell : You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work; to remix – to adapt the work; Under the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. Due to the unexpected changes, there was a late start in production with the first bike being produced one-year after its introduction in December 2000. The bike would be hand-built in a corner of the Bologna Factory at a rate of 4-5 bikes per day. David survived with minor injuries. Approximately 7,000 were sold. En 1976, Tartarini hizo un cambio de imagen en la 860GT, creando la Ducati Darmah SD900. January 2000, Retrieved 2013-06-30, Hailwood v. 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