John Surtees was a towering figure in Formula 1 says BBC Sport
John Surtees, who has died aged 83, is the only man to have won a grand prix world championship on two and four wheels.
A brilliant motorcyclist who dominated the top 500cc class for much of the late 1950s, Surtees moved on to cars and immediately established himself as a leading figure, winning the Formula 1 championship for Ferrari in 1964.
Through the mid-1960s he was one of the towering figures in F1 along with Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart and Dan Gurney.
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- John Surtees / Ferrari at Silverstone circuit
Publish Date: 2017-03-21 15:25:37
All Blacks coach praises England reports BBC Sport
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen says he is not playing media mind games, after Eddie Jones reacted suspiciously to the Kiwi's praise of England's record-equalling run
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- The England team celebrate with the Calcutta cup following victory in the RBS Six Nations match between England and Scotland at Twickenham
Publish Date: 2017-03-14 17:22:47