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World Championship motorbike star Ralf Waldmann dies

Tributes have poured in for the 20-time World Championship motorbike Grand Prix winner Ralf Waldmann, who has died at the age of 51. German racer Waldmann twice finished runner-up in the 250cc World Championship, having ridden regularly at the sport’s top level between 1986 and 2002, and made a brief comeback in 2009. He also placed third in the 125cc class points in the 1991-92 seasons. His victory in the 250cc British Grand Prix at Donington in 2000 has gone down in folklore as one of the greatest of all time, as he came back from almost a lap down to win the race at the final corner. Most recently he had been working with Eurosport on its MotoGP coverage. The tributes were led by Max...
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