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03:32Interview

Eddie Lawson talks about his competition

05:22Interview

Wayne Rainey says Lawson is the number one challenger

06:11Interview

Kevin Magee shares his thoughts

07:35Interview

Things aren't going well for Wayne Gardner

10:42Interview

Kevin Schwantz talks about his team

11:59Interview

Steve Manley talks about his privateer team

14:47Start

500cc race start: Ron Haslam delays the race start

17:03Overtake

Kevin Schwantz dives down the inside of Eddie Lawson

18:04Caution

Ron Haslam is in trouble again

22:00Race action

Kevin Schwantz saves his bike from disaster

24:30Overtake

Kevin Magee passes a troublesome Kevin Schwantz

25:43Crash

Shunji Yatsushiro crashes as Kevin Schwantz pulls into the pits

26:35Overtake

Christian Sarron passes Eddie Lawson

27:36Overtake

Eddie Lawson retakes his position

28:37Crash

Eddie Laycock goes down

30:05Race action

Eddie Lawson puts pressure on Kevin Magee

31:55Overtake

Eddie Lawson goes into second

35:40Battle

Eddie Lawson and Wayne Rainey battle for the lead

37:52Checkered flag

Eddie Lawson wins

38:48Interview

Wayne Rainey talks about the race

39:46Interview

Eddie Lawson talks about his win

42:16Start

250cc race start: Loris Reggiani leads

43:37Overtake

Juan Garriga battles for the lead as Sito Pons crashes

44:14Crash

Replay: Sito Pons crash

45:28Heavy crash

Luca Cadalora takes down Loris Reggiani

50:21Battle

Battle for third

50:56Checkered flag

Juan Garriga takes his first win for Yamaha

53:45Start

Sidecar Championship race start: Rolf Biland takes the lead

54:43Run off

A spin for the leaders Rolf Biland and Kurt Waltisperg

55:33Race stopped

The riders stop the race

55:51Restart

Rolf Biland leads again

56:54Crash

Japanese team crashes

57:47Crash

Replay: Japanese crash

58:45Run off

Alfred Zurbrügg spins

59:58Checkered flag

Rolf Biland and Kurt Waltisperg wins

Portuguese Bike GP 1988

2018-07-181:01:38
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Duke Classics - Bike GP

About

With three different winners in the first three rounds and 1987 World Champion Wayne Gardner from Australia not among them, the Portuguese Grand Prix at Jerez in Spain was all set to really see the sparks fly.

Kevin Schwantz (Suzuki) Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) and Kevin Magee were all looking for win No. 2.

Further opposition in the big class was likely to come from Wayne Rainey, Christian Sarron and Didier de Radigues (Yamaha), Niall Mackenzie (Honda) and Rob McElnea (Suzuki), while in the quarter-litre race Juan Garriga was flying on the Yamaha.

Channel:Duke Classic Videos
About this program:Duke Classics - Bike GP
Episode title:Portuguese Bike GP 1988
Season:1980's
Episode number:27
Date:1988-05-1
Run time:1:01:38
Category:Racing coverage
Production:Duke
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