Hugh Anderson (motorcyclist)


Hugh Anderson (motorcyclist)

Infobox Former Grand Prix motorcycle rider


|Caption =
Name = Hugh Anderson
Nationality = flagicon|New Zealand New Zealand
Years = 1960-1966
Teams = Suzuki
Races = 68
Championships = 50 cc - 1963, 1964-125 cc - 1963, 1965
Wins = 25
Podiums = 48
Points =
Poles = 0
Fastest laps = 2
First race = 1960 350 cc Ulster Grand Prix
First win = 1962 50 cc Argentine Grand Prix
Last win = 1965 125 cc Japanese Grand Prix
Last race = 1966 50 cc Japanese Grand Prix

Infobox TT rider


Name = Hugh Anderson
Caption =
Nicknames =
Nationality = flagicon|New Zealand New Zealander
TTs Contested = 7 (1960 - 1966)
TT wins = 2
First TT win = 1963 Lightweight 125 TT
Last TT win = 1964 Ultra-Lightweight TT
Podiums = 6

Hugh Anderson (born January 18, 1936 in New Zealand), is a four-time Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion and a 19-time national champion. He is also a two-time Isle of Man TT winner. In 1995 he was inducted into the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame.

Motorcycle Grand Prix Results

External links

* [http://www.motogp.com/en/riders/profiles/Hugh+Anderson Hugh Anderson career statistics at MotoGP.com]
* [http://www.nzhalloffame.co.nz/page.pasp?searchtext=Search+the+Hall+of+Fame+Inductees&Go=Go New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame]


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