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Hailwood

Mike, full name Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood. 1940--81, English racing motorcyclist: world champion (250 cc.) 1961 and 1966--67; (350 cc.) 1966--67; and (500 cc.) 1962--65
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Mr Hailwood has lived in the house for nearly three years but is now staying with friends while structural engineers assess the damage to his home.
ACADEMY: Mark Hailwood, left, and chief executive Stephen Waterhouse
They soon discovered that the SCDEA were keeping a close watch on the two ringleaders, Hailwood and McIntosh.
Matthew Hailwood injured his back when he plunged down a sheer drop on a hill.
A RALLY for a Midlands motorcycling great Mike Hailwood was marred after a biker died as he travelled to the event.
Hailwood and Giacomo Agostini, Ken brought his 750 Norton Dominator prepared by his friend Keith Jeal in the garage of his Grosvenor Road home, into second place, both times having to fight his way through the field following bad starts.
She was presented with the stone by James Hailwood, 25, from Chepstow, who lost his father, Christopher, on RFA Sir Galahad during the conflict.
1981 Mike Hailwood, the British motor cycle champion, died.
This week a Jaguar E-Type once owned by 12-times world motorcycle champ Mike Hailwood is up for grabs.
And Bird added that Ducati had an extra incentive to win the 2003 TT - it's 25 years since British legend Mike Hailwood won on the Italian bike.
The entertainment continues with a British Superbike race grid display and tributes to both Joey Dunlop and Mike Hailwood.
Lattimer managing director Mark Hailwood said the business, which was founded 70 years ago and makes more than 20,000 component parts - primarily for the global glass container manufacturing industry - is looking to make further investments throughout 2014.