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Chris Amon was regarded as one of the best drivers never to win a world championship Formula One grand prix.
During an international motorcycling career that spanned four decades, Hugh Anderson won four world championships and 19 national titles.
Think speedway and the names of Ronnie Moore, Barry Briggs and Ivan Mauger come automatically.
Graeme Crosby had a love for speed that was manifested in a brief but spectacularly successful international motorcycling career.
Denny Hulme lived to race, whether small sports cars or huge trucks and in the most competitive motorsport of all, the intensity of Formula One, he was New Zealand’s only world champion.
In Ivan Mauger’s long list of achievements in speedway, one record stands supreme: he is the only rider to have won the world championship six times and he is the only rider to have won world titles in three successive years.
Bruce McLaren was a talented, innovative motor racing driver whose success was measured by four Formula One grand prix wins from 103 starts and perhaps more notably, by founding the most successful team in Formula One history.
Ronnie Moore partnered his father Les in speedway riding in Christchurch as a 10-year-old, including the spectacular “Wall of Death” which entailed riding on an almost perpendicular track.