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Fabulous Ducati 750SS on the track.
Even rarer is this 1972 GP Ducati 500.
One of the first V twin Ducatis ever.
With a frame designed by Colin Seeley.
This actual bike was riden by Phil Read.
The fabulous bevel Ducati sidecar kneeler, that we also saw at Schotten this year.
An immaculate Ducati single racer in the pits.
Great selection of Ducatis together in the paddock.
The F1 wearing very rare composite 17 inch Mavic wheels.
Aermacchi in the pits.
And on the track.
1967 AJS Seeley ahead of a 175cc Moto Morini Tresette.
1939 600cc BMW R51 riden by Peter Sitta.
A 1971 Honda CB250 converted nicely for track use.
Rickman framed Honda CB450 on the track,
and in the paddock.
A very elegant 1927 175cc Benelli Monza racer.
Lovely drive case for the camshaft drive and hand gear change lever.
The 1975 980cc Moto Guzzi V7 sidecar outfit of Hans-Reiner and Andreas Huth.
1959 BMW with special Kaczor racing frame.
The gorgeous Mk2 Seeley that we also saw in Schotten this year.
A 1957 Manx Norton 30 looking extra sporty with its cockpit fairing.
A perfect 1952 350cc Norton Manx in the pits, with characteristic swan neck clip on handlebars.
Flat on the megaphone exhaust muffler for extra cornering clearance.
A great selection of 50cc Kreidlers and other 'schnaps glass' racers.
Incredible high technology including an aluminium monocoque type frame.
Compact cockpit layout with Krober tachometer.
Exotic tank shape for the rider to tuck in just that little bit extra for aerodynamics.
An impressive collection of König Grand Prix racers and sidecar from the 1973 to 1976 seasons, with their original riders. The sidecar achieved 2nd place in the 1973 world championships.
Some original König engines and parts to show the technical details, such as the change from rotary valve to reed valves.
Very functional Tsetse.
A brave V4 racer project that never got finished.
A lot of hard work to get this far.
The 1982 Sanvenero 500cc Grand Prix bike originally riden by Michel Frutschi.
Beautifully restored Yamaha TR2.
1980 500cc Yamaha TZ.
Reversed outer cylinders for direct exhaust routing and improved breathing.
A later Yamaha TZ500.