Jimmie Guthrie

Jimmie Guthrie

Andrew James "Jimmie" Guthrie (23 May 1897 Hawick, UK - 8 August 1937) was a Scottish motorcycle racer famous for 19 motorcycle Grand Prix wins and 3 victories in the North West 200 and 6 wins at the Isle of Man TT Races in his career.

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Isle Of Man TT - Snaefell Mountain Course - TT Racing in The 1930s
... the first four places, ridden by Jimmy Simpson, Tim Hunt and Jimmie Guthrie ... was another double Junior/Senior win for Jimmie Guthrie and the last TT race for Jimmy Simpson ... grandstand area without stopping and went on to win by 4 seconds from Jimmie Guthrie ...
1935 Isle Of Man TT
... TT Race provided a Junior TT double win for Jimmie Guthrie at an average race speed of 79.14 mph (127.36 km/h) and Norton with a 1-2-3 race win with Walter Rusk and "Crasher" White filling 2nd and 3rd places ... The race was led away by Jimmie Guthrie at number 1 while Stanley Woods starting at number 30 had a 15 minute wait ... By the last lap of the 1935 Senior TT Race, Jimmie Guthrie had built-up a lead of 26 seconds ...
List Of Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing European Champions - By Season - 1924–1939
1938 Georg Meier (BMW) Ted Mellors (Velocette) Ewald Kluge (DKW) 1937 Jimmie Guthrie (Norton) Jimmie Guthrie (Norton) Omobono Tenni (Moto Guzzi) 1936 Jimmie Guthrie (Norton) Freddie ...
1936 Isle Of Man TT
... The 1936 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy saw Norton rider Jimmie Guthrie win the Senior, and come fifth in the Junior ... After leading for five laps, Jimmie Guthrie was forced to stop between Hillberry and Signpost Corner to replace the drive chain ... Although Jimmie Guthrie continued in 2nd place the lead passed to Norton team-mate Freddie Frith who had joined the team after winning the 1935 Junior Manx Grand Prix ...

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