Chris Vincent, one of Britain’s most successful sidecar racers in the 1960s and 70s, has passed away at the age of 86.
He is fondly remembered for his Isle of Man TT win on his BSA in 1962, as well as being a five-time British Sidecar Championship winner during a successful racing career.
Vincent also competed as a solo rider at the TT and finished inside the top 12 on two occasions, the 1962 Lightweight 125 TT (12th) and the 1967 Production 250 TT (8th).
In 1965, Vincent won the Sidecar and 50cc British Championship to become the first rider to secure British titles on two and three wheels.
Away from Britain, Vincent claimed podiums in the World Sidecar Championship at Assen, Brno and Clermont Ferrand, as well as racing at Spa and Hockenheim.
Our thoughts are with Chris’ friends and family during this time.