Max Deubel

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Max Deubel
Nationality German
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Active years 1960 - 1966
First race 1960 Isle of Man Sidecar TT
Last race 1966 Belgian Sidecar Grand Prix
First win 1961 West German Sidecar Grand Prix
Last win 1965 Isle of Man Sidecar TT
Team(s) BMW
Championships 4
Starts Wins Podiums Poles F. laps Points
12 N/A N/A
Isle of Man TT career
TTs contested 7 (1960 - 1966)
TT wins 3
First TT win 1961 Sidecar TT
Last TT win 1965 Sidecar TT
Podiums 4

Max Deubel (born 5 February 1935 in Wiehl, Germany) is a retired German sidecar racer. He was four time FIM Sidecar World Champion[1] and a three-time Isle of Man Sidecar TT winner. In 1962 Deubel and passenger Emil Hörner were the first sidecar team to lap the Isle of Man TT course at over 90 miles (140 km) per hour. Deubel and Hörner were awarded the 1966 Sidecar World Championship after Fritz Scheidegger and John Robinson were excluded for a fuel irregularity at the Isle of Man TT, but on appeal Scheidegger and Robinson were reinstated three months later.[2] Deubel retired after the 1966 season and has remained involved in motorsport as an FIM official.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Superside America Sidecar Championship". Retrieved January 14, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Max Deubel profile at www.iomtt.com". Retrieved January 14, 2011. 

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Helmut Fath
with Alfred Wohlgemuth
World Sidecar Champion
with Emil Hörner

1961-1964
Succeeded by
Fritz Scheidegger
with John Robinson