While we marvel at the sublime skills of The Doctor (did you read he has just been given an honorary doctorate in the field of communication by the University of Urbino, in Italy?) who has the best statistics in the history of Grand Prix racing?? It's hard to argue with the numbers piled up by the legendary Giacomo Agostini. Between 1965 and 1976, only 11 years, he posted 54 wins in the 350cc class, 68 wins in the 500cc class, 15 World Championships and 12 wins in the fearsome Isle of Mann TT. In total, 311 race wins, 122 Grands Prix wins, and 18 Italian Championships. Of course, he was 23 years old when he won his first GP, compared to the much earlier ages at our modern stars set out, so the chance is real that even this amazing record over just 11 years will be broken. Still it is a fabulous record, and whoever breaks it will surely earn it.