Hailwoods Do Daytona

John P Burns
by John P Burns
January 24, 2003 -- The AHRMA is pleased to announce that special guests David and Pauline Hailwood,
Mike Hailwood's son and widow, will attend the Jennings GP and Daytona roadraces during AHRMA's "Bike Week 2003" in Daytona, Florida.

AHRMA will have a display area set up for any bikes ridden by, or similar to, ones ridden by ten timeworld championship rider Mike Hailwood.

On Monday, March 3, 2003, in honour of the 25th Anniversary of Hailwood's fairytale 'comeback' in 1978
to win the Isle of Man T.T., these bikes will do a parade lap of the Daytona International Speedway
track with David Hailwood. Riders who would like to participate should contact Cindy Cowell,
[email protected] or the AHRMA, [email protected]

About MIKE HAILWOOD: Hailwood won his first World Championship at the age of twenty-one. He won Ten
World Championships, 76 Grand Prix wins and fourteen T.T Races on the notoriously dangerous Isle of Man
course. In 1968 he was awarded the British Empire Medal for his services to the sport. 2003 is the
25th Anniversary of "Mike the Bike's" fairytale "comeback" on a borrowed Ducati to win the Isle of Man
T.T. -- and with it, his 10th World Championship. For more information visit:
http://www.mikethebike.com, or e-mail [email protected]

About the AHRMA: The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) is a member-owned
nonprofit association dedicated to enhancing the sport of historic motorcycle racing for the enjoyment
of riders and spectators. AHRMA is a chartered promoter of the American Motorcyclist Association and
conducts amateur activities For more information visit: http://www.ahrma.org

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