T.T. Races At Assen, Denmark 1966

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    Assen, Denmark.

    Documentation on file.

    V.S. Mechanics in the paddock at work on their motorcycles. V.S. Of start, during race and finish of the 50 cc. race which is won by Taveri on a Honda and second another Honda with Bryans riding. C.U. Winner Taveri. V.S. Start of 500 cc. race and during race which shows Mike Hailwood leading, but he doesn't finish, the winner who takes the flag is Jim Reman on a Honda and Augustini of Italy on an M.V. Augusta is second. M.S. Jim Reman poses with Augustini.

    (F.G. and Dupe Neg.)

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  • The title for this piece is incorrect, this event, (the Dutch TT), is in the Netherlands, not Denmark.

    The race was held on 25 June 1966.

    "Taveri" is Luigi Taveri.

    "Bryans" is Ralph Bryans.

    "Jim Reman" should read Jim Redman, (3 changes needed, inc tags).

    "Augustini" should read Giacomo Agostini, (2 changes needed, inc tags).

    jamied 6th Feb 2013

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