New season countdown : 19

19

He was 457 when he first started racing in 1975, but within a couple of years Steve Baxter had switched to 19, a number he held until his retirement at the end of the 2008 season.

Steve was one of the sport’s great unsung heroes, and although he didn’t win a massive amount of races in his 30+ year career, his enthusiasm and dedication were second to none.

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