Hugh Anderson

(1936 - )

Hugh Anderson
During an international motorcycling career that spanned four decades, Hugh Anderson won four world championships and 19 national titles.

After dominating domestic 350cc and 500cc races for several years, Anderson went to Britain in the early 60s and gained startling success.

In 1963, he won both the world 50cc and 125cc titles and the following year retained his title in the smaller rating, winning the 125cc again in 1965.

He twice won the blue riband event of street motorcycle racing, the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy.

He returned to a new International Classics grand prix series 15 years later and again won a succession of titles.
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