Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Aalt Toersen, Ángel Nieto, Barry Sheene, Barry Smith (motorcyclist), Benjamin Grau, Börje Jansson, Bruno Kneubühler, Cees van Dongen, Claudio Lusuardi, Dan Shorey, Dave Simmonds, Derek Minter, Ernst Degner, Eugenio Lazzarini, Gerhard Thurow, Gerhard Waibel (motorcyclist), Gilberto Parlotti, Graeme Geddes, Hans Georg Anscheidt, Hans Hummel, Hans Müller (motorcyclist), Hans Spaan, Harald Bartol, Henk van Kessel, Herbert Rittberger, Hugh Anderson (motorcyclist), Isao Morishita, Ivan Carlsson, Jan Bruins, Jan de Vries (motorcyclist), Jan Huberts, Jarno Saarinen, Jean-Pierre Beltoise, Jorge Martínez (motorcyclist), Jos Schurgers, Julien van Zeebroeck, Kent Andersson (motorcyclist), Kunimitsu Takahashi, Leif Gustafsson, List of Grand Prix motorcycle racers, Luigi Taveri, Mitsuo Itoh, Naomi Taniguchi, Otello Buscherini, Patrick Plisson, Paul Lodewijkx, Peter Öttl, Pier Paolo Bianchi, Ralph Bryans, Ricardo Tormo, Rob Bron, Rolf Blatter, Rudolf Kunz, Salvador Cañellas, Santiago Herrero, Stefan Dörflinger, Stuart Graham, Tarquinio Provini, Teisuke Tanaka, Theo Timmer, Tommy Robb, Tom Phillis, Ulrich Graf (motorcyclist), Yoshimi Katayama. Excerpt: Ángel Nieto Roldán born January 25, 1947 in Zamora, (Spain) is a multi-time Grand Prix motorcycle roadracing World Champion. He is one of the most successful motorcycle racers of all time, with 13 Grand Prix World Championships to his name. He specialized in racing small displacement bikes such as in the 50 cc, 80 cc and 125 cc classes but many fellow racers, including former world champion Barry Sheene consider him among the greatest motorcycle racers of all time. Though he was never successful at the world level racing in the larger displacements, he won Spanish National Championships in the 50 cc, 125 cc, 250 cc, 500 cc and 750 cc classes. He retired in 1986 at the age of 39 with a total of 90 Grand Prix victories and 13 World Championships. Known to be superstitious, he prefers to refer to his championship tally as "12+1". His total of 90 Grand Prix victories is third only to the 122 by Giacomo Agostini, and the 104 of Valentino Rossi. Later he operated a Grand Prix motorcycle racing team with his son, Ángel Nieto Jr. and Emilio Alzamora, who won the 125 cc title, as riders. He now commentates Grand Prix races for Spanish television. There is an Ángel Nieto museum in Madrid that displays some of his trophies and racing memorabilia. The FIM named him a Grand Prix "Legend" in 2000. Nieto attended the 2008 French Grand Prix at the Le Mans Bugatti Circuit on 18 May 2008, dressed to ride with a special shirt congratulating Valentino Rossi for equalling Nieto's 90 wins. Nieto mounted Rossi's bike, and Rossi as a passenger held a flag aloft with "90 + 90", as they took a victory lap. Points system from 1964 to 1968: Points system from 1969 onwards: (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap) Bruno Kneubühler (born December 3, 1946) is a Swiss former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. During his career, he competed in every Grand Prix class from 50 cc to 500cc. In his first Grand Prix season in 1972, Kneubühler finished the 500cc
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