1913 Isle of Man TT
The 1913 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy races were increased in length to a six lap (226 mile) Junior race and to seven laps (265 mile) for the Senior race. The highest number of entries to date, one hundred and forty seven, were received for these races, however, Frank Bateman, riding a Rudge was the first race fatality in a high-speed accident on the mountain this year. Unusually, there was a Russian entrant in the Senior, M Kremleff riding a Rudge, but he retired after crashing.
|1||Hugh Mason||NUT||43.75 mph||6|
|1||H O (Tim) Wood||Scott||48.27 mph||7|
- http://users.senet.com.au/~mitchell/bikes/rudge/html/tt.htm (retrieved 13 August 2006)
- http://www.ttwebsite.com/history/ (retrieved 11 August 2006)
- Title: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Motorcycles, Editor: Erwin Tragatsch, Publisher: New Burlington Books, Copyright: 1979 Quarto Publishing, Edition: 1988 Revised, Page 18, ISBN 0-906286-07-7
- "1913 Junior TT results". iomtt.com. Retrieved 10 December 2011.
- "1913 Senior TT results". iomtt.com. Retrieved 10 December 2011.
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