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Hammond, 'Top gear' and 'Grand Tour' presenter-pilot likes Ducati V4R

Hammond is no rookie when it comes to speed. His past also includes a serious accident at the wheel of the Vampire dragster, in 2006, after reaching 513 km/h, following a tyre blowout

News: Hammond, 'Top gear' and 'Grand Tour' presenter-pilot likes Ducati V4R

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Richard Hammond, was co-presenter of the BBC's 'Top Gear' programme from 2002 to 2015 along with Jeremy Clarkson and James May. and since 2016, the trio has moved to Amazon Studios with Grand Tour. A big fan of cars and motorbikes, the presenter-pilot has shown interest in the new Panigale R.

Hammond is certainly no rookie when it comes to speed. In his past there was also a serious accident while driving the Vampire dragster, in 2006, after reaching 513 km/h, following a tyre blowout.

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