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Will any MotoGP rider ever emulate John Surtees?

From Valentino Rossi to Marc Marquez, MotoGP riders always dream about emulating John Surtees – the only man to win world championships in both motorcycle racing and Formula 1. Surtees passed away when he was 83 years old on the day the 2017 MotoGP season began. He won seven motorcycling titles riding invincible MV Agustas, four of them (1956 and 1958-60) in the premier 500cc class that became MotoGP. Then he jumped onto four wheels, and the F1 championship he got with Ferrari in 1964 created history never contemplated before that point and never repeated since. F1 World Champion John Surtees, Ferrari Photo by: LAT Images The man who got closest to doing it again was Rossi – close in...
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