"Kevin Schwantz was often called the most spectacular rider to ever race in motorcycle Grand Prix, and with 25 Premier Class wins and 21 lap records was one of the most successful.
When Schwantz made a passing move the world held its breath. He only raced one way - to win!
The Texan won the 500cc World Championship on a Suzuki in 1993 and retired from professional racing in 1995.
When Schwantz retired, his signature racing number '34' was retired from future GP use, the only time in history this honor has been bestowed."