Sign of the time 750 Turbo making its mark It’s 1984, you’ve got the first 750 Turbo in town, a near empty car park, a tidal wave of testosterone washing through your system, and an eager audience. What do you do? A massive burn-out, that’s what.
KAWASAKI IMPACT 1984 BURN OUT BY THE BRIDGE
Neal ‘Champ’ Champion is at the controls. He was/is “a bit of a nutter” according to his mate Theo Brookes, who remembers Champ laying down the rubber outside his parents’ old house in Gloucester’s Eastern Aveneue – bet they were delighted.
Similar scenes played out up and down the land during the ’80s, the decade from which the modern sportsbike was born. This issue we celebrate those amazing years. Join the party from Drive-My.