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Surtees

1. John. born 1934, British racing motorcyclist and motor-racing driver. He was motorcycling world champion (1956, 1958--60) and world champion motor-racing driver (1964), the only man to have been world champion in both sports
2. Robert Smith. 1803--64, British journalist and novelist, who satirized the sporting life of the English gentry in such works as Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities (1838)
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I cannot believe Mr Surtees would exchange freedom for prison life, however cushy it is.
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It was founded by motor sport legend John Surtees following the tragic death of his son Henry, who was just 18 when he was killed while competing in a Formula 2 race at Brands Hatch in 2009.
If Surtees is known or remembered at all it is because he is associated with the fairly lowly genre of sporting fiction, and especially tales of hunting.
Hill's hopes were hit when Surtees' Ferrari team-mate Lorenzo Bandini ran into the back of him.
Surtees, the only driver to win world titles on two and four wheels, said: "I have no doubt about Lewis Hamilton's driving ability, but I didn't like what I saw and heard from Monaco.
Jorrocks's Hunt as Surtees's botched masterpiece and frequently condemn the work as too varied, too meandering, and too damn long (Steel 11).
After taking seven motorcycle Road Racing World Championships, Surtees became the first man to win world crowns on two and four wheels when he secured the 1964 title with Ferrari.
Paul Surtees, 49, who was responsible for special delivery items, admitted seven charges of theft.
Junkie John Surtees threatened Jean Hoodless, 65, with a blade in her flat but a court was told she replied: "If you think you're getting anything, you've got another thing coming."