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Valentino Rossi is arguably the worlds greatest motorbike racer, and certainly the most successful with nine Grand Prix World Championships to his name. After an initiation in 1996 racing for Aprilia in the 125cc class, he went on to win his first World Championship the following year.  Moving through the categories, he clocked up the 250cc 1999 title with Aprilia, 500cc 2001 title with Honda and MotoGP titles in 2002 and 2003 also with Honda. After a switch to Yamaha he took the 2004 and 2005 World titles, and retained them in 2008 and 2009. This picture shows Rossi riding for the Fiat Yamaha team on a Yamaha YZR-M1 during the 2009 season.

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Nicky “The Kentucky Kid” Hayden started his professional racing career in 2001 in the AMA Superbike championship in the U.S. The next year he won the Daytona 200 on a Honda Superbike on his way to winning the title. In 2003 Hayden entered MotoGP, riding a Honda RC211V, along-side team-mate Valentino Rossi, finishing fifth overall and winning rookie of the year. In 2006, Hayden won his first MotoGP World title; after trailing Rossi by 8 points going into the last race, Hayden finished third with Rossi crashing out on lap 5, enough to clinch the Title! In 2009 Hayden ended his ten year relationship with Honda, and joined the Ducati Marlboro team; this picture shows him riding the Ducati Desmosedici GP09 during his maiden Ducati season.

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Dani Pedrosa
made his 125cc World championship debut in 2001 at the age of 15, after being selected from the Movistar Activa Cup, a promotion of new racing talent in his homeland, Spain. Pedrosa would go on to win the 125cc championship in 2003, only to break both ankles in a practice session a week after sealing victory. After healing and little off-season practice, he went on to win the first race of 2004 in South Africa. He would win the World title later that season and again in 2005. 2006 brought a switch to MotoGP, riding for the Repsol Honda team. This picture shows Pedrosa riding the 800cc Honda RC212V in the 2009 season, where he would ultimately finish third in the championship.

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James Toseland started his racing career in the UK Superteen series in the late nineties. In 1998 he signed for the World Supersport squad, before joining the British Superbike championship in 2000 riding a Honda VTR. The following year he progressed to World SBK riding for the GSE team. A switch to Ducati in 2004 saw Toseland win his first World SBK title. In 2007 riding for Ken-Tate Honda, he won his first double race at Brands Hatch, and would go on to win the title in the last race at Magny-Cours. 2008 saw a switch to MotoGP riding for Yamaha Tech3. This picture shows him riding the Yamaha YZR-M1 during the 2009 season

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Massimiliano “Max” Biaggi started his racing career in the early 1990’s riding for Aprilia in the 125cc class. He swiftly moved up to 250cc, winning the European championship on an Aprilia RS250. After a brief stint with Honda, he returned to Aprilia, where he dominated 250cc from 1994-1996. The following year he won  the World title again, on a Honda NSR250. A move upto 500cc in 1998 saw him finish in the top 4 for four consecutive years.  2002 brought a move into MotoGP, initially riding a Yamaha YZR-M1, before switching to the Honda RC211V. This picture shows “Mad Max” riding for the Camel Pramac Pons team in the 2003 MotoGP season, eventually finishing 3rd in the championship.

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Colin “Texas Tornado” Edwards started his professional racing career in the AMA 250cc National Series in the US in 1992. He would progress to the AMA Superbike championship for the next two seasons, before being promoted to the global sphere with Yamaha in the 1996 World SBK. He claimed his first world title in 2000 riding for Honda, and reclaimed the title two years later, in the final race of the season at Imola. Edwards had an unsuccessful first year in motoGP in 2003 riding for Aprilia. This picture shows him riding in 2004 after switching to the Gresini Honda team. Edwards currently rides for the Yamaha Tech 3 motoGP team

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