Motocourse 2003 - 2004 - SCOTT, MichaelHazleton, 2003, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Near Fine - in Near Fine DJ.
With the MotoGP ranks swollen by red Ducatis and lime-green Kawasakis, Valentino Rossi had to ride harder than ever to secure his third title. Then, sensationally, the Italian superstar jumped ship! First-time world Champion Neil Hodgson brought the Superbike trophy back to its spiritual home in Britain. His record was beyond reproach, but the series had plunged into controversy by year's end. In Britain and America, the national racing series were thriving. But the year was marred by two racing fatalities and the deaths of two more heroes. Not only did racing lose all-time hero Barry Sheene, but also the TT was made tragic by the death of its fastest rider, David Jefferies. MOTOCOURSE records the full drama of 2003 first-hand. Its in-depth reporting is illuminated by some of the best photographs in the world. 200pp. Size: 4to Royal (12½" x 9¾")
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