Kevin Schwantz 1991 Laguna Corkscrew


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Kevin Schwantz won the 500cc World Championship in 1993 onboard the RGV500 Lucky Strike Suzuki. He retired from GP racing in 1995 with 25 wins and 51 podiums from 105 starts. His “do or die” riding style and duels with other legends are now regarded as the Golden Era of GP racing. In a rare display of respect, the FIM retired his #34 racing number as a testament to his popularity. In 1999 Schwantz was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame and in 2000 the FIM named him an official GP Legend.

Kevin Schwantz is pictured here racing down the famous Corkscrew at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California. Schwantz wore the Camo design helmet in support of the Troops fighting in the Gulf War. Australian Mick Doohan is chasing closely behind, he would eventually finish in 2nd place, with Schwantz making up the Podium in 3rd position.

Schwantz has personally signed this photo edition which is strictly limited to only 100 worldwide.

Each piece is backed by an Autographed Collectables 100% Guarantee of Authenticity which includes the signing date, location, edition size as well as a photo from the signing session.

Framed Size: 45 x 3 x 65.5cm / 18 x 1.25 x 26.25″


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