Jack Findlay (né le 5 février 1935 à Shepparton, Australie et mort le 19 mai 2007 à Vaucresson, France), était un pilote de vitesse moto australien.

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  • Jack Findlay (né le 5 février 1935 à Shepparton, Australie et mort le 19 mai 2007 à Vaucresson, France), était un pilote de vitesse moto australien.
  • John Cyril „Jack“ Findlay (* 5. Februar 1935 in Shepparton, Australien; † 19. Mai 2007 in Cannes, Frankreich) war ein australischer Motorradrennfahrer. Er gilt als einer der erfolgreichsten Privatfahrer in der Geschichte der Motorrad-Weltmeisterschaft.
  • Cyril John detto "Jack" Findlay (Shepparton, 5 febbraio 1935 – Mandelieu, 19 maggio 2007) è stato un pilota motociclistico australiano.
  • Cyril John Findlay (5 February 1935 – 19 May 2007) was an Australian former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. He is noted for having one of the longest racing careers in Grand Prix history spanning 20 years. He competed at the highest level despite racing as a privateer - that is, not as a contracted member of a factory team - through most of his racing career.Findlay was born in Mooroopna, Victoria, roughly 120 miles north of Melbourne. He began racing aged 15, two years under age, taking the name "Jack" so he could use his father's identication documents. After leaving school, he worked as a trainee accountant at Commonwealth Bank of Australia until 1957.He moved to England in 1958 to race, got a job at the BSA factory in Birmingham, and joined the Grand Prix circuit with a 350cc Norton Manx. He competed in his first Isle of Man TT in 1959. He competed on the Grand Prix circuit from 1958 to 1978. His best championship result was in 1968 when he rode a Matchless to finish second behind Giacomo Agostini in the 500cc class. In 1971 he won his first race for Suzuki at the Ulster Grand Prix. It was also Suzuki's first 500cc Grand Prix victory. His greatest victory came in 1973 when he won the Isle of Man Senior TT after 15 years of trying. He rode Suzuki TR500s in 1973 and 1974. In 1974, he was a member of the Suzuki factory racing team and helped develop the RG500, with Barry Sheene and Paul Smart. In 1975, he defeated Barry Sheene for the FIM Formula 750 championship. An accident that fractured his skull curtailed his racing career, and he retired in 1978. A further high-speed accident in 1987 stopped him riding motorcycles.He married Dominique Monneret, the widow of Georges Monneret, and made his domestic base in France and has a son, Gregory Findlay. He was appointed Grand Prix technical director by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme in 1992, retaining the post until he retired in 2001. He was assisted by his fluency in French and Italian.A bronze statue of Findlay on a TT-winning Suzuki by Philip Mune was unveiled in July 2006, in a park in his hometown that was renamed the Jack Findlay Reserve.
  • ジャック・フィンドレイ(Cyril John "Jack" Findlay, 1935年2月5日 - 2007年5月19日)は、オーストラリア出身の元オートバイレーサー。最も長くグランプリを走り続けたライダーとして知られている。20年間に渡るグランプリキャリアの大半において、ワークスチームに加わらないプライベーターとして戦ったにもかかわらず、度々上位に食い込む走りを見せた。
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  • Jack Findlay (né le 5 février 1935 à Shepparton, Australie et mort le 19 mai 2007 à Vaucresson, France), était un pilote de vitesse moto australien.
  • John Cyril „Jack“ Findlay (* 5. Februar 1935 in Shepparton, Australien; † 19. Mai 2007 in Cannes, Frankreich) war ein australischer Motorradrennfahrer. Er gilt als einer der erfolgreichsten Privatfahrer in der Geschichte der Motorrad-Weltmeisterschaft.
  • Cyril John detto "Jack" Findlay (Shepparton, 5 febbraio 1935 – Mandelieu, 19 maggio 2007) è stato un pilota motociclistico australiano.
  • ジャック・フィンドレイ(Cyril John "Jack" Findlay, 1935年2月5日 - 2007年5月19日)は、オーストラリア出身の元オートバイレーサー。最も長くグランプリを走り続けたライダーとして知られている。20年間に渡るグランプリキャリアの大半において、ワークスチームに加わらないプライベーターとして戦ったにもかかわらず、度々上位に食い込む走りを見せた。
  • Cyril John Findlay (5 February 1935 – 19 May 2007) was an Australian former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. He is noted for having one of the longest racing careers in Grand Prix history spanning 20 years. He competed at the highest level despite racing as a privateer - that is, not as a contracted member of a factory team - through most of his racing career.Findlay was born in Mooroopna, Victoria, roughly 120 miles north of Melbourne.
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