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Mickey Was Told He'd Never Walk Again, But Then He Did This

Mickey Was Told He'd Never Walk Again, But Then He Did This

Once Mickey conquered 406.6mph at Bonneville, he decided to race speedboats. Of course he had to design the speedboat first using a revolutionary idea. Mickey created a speedboat using one of the first hydroplane aerodynamic approaches which he believed would lift the boat out of the water more effectively than existing designs of the day. What he didn't know was that after one particular race, doctors would tell him he would never walk again.

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Our Mate, Dennis Taylor

Our Mate, Dennis Taylor

The ATZ P3s were recommended by a friend and now all my family and friends are using them.

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ARB Off Road Racing Round 1, Stackpoole 400 Griffith NSW

    The first round of the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship recently run near Griffith in NSW was always going to be a tuff and dusty event, and it certainly did not disappoint. The format that was first introduced last year was run...

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Danny Finishes The Race For His Father, Mickey Thompson

Danny Finishes The Race For His Father, Mickey Thompson

Racing legend and innovator, Mickey Thompson, left this world with some unfinished business. Mickey's son Danny has been working tirelessly to finish the race to bring racing glory to their family name.

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Mickey Thompson Introduces The World To Stadium Racing

Mickey Thompson Introduces The World To Stadium Racing

Mickey startled the off-road racing community by announcing that he would produce an off‑road race in a stadium. That’s exactly what he did at the Los Angeles Coliseum before 40,000 cheering spectators in 1979.

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