Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE
Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE

Casey Stoner Mick Doohan Anthony West Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE

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Casey Stoner, Mick Doohan, Anthony West, Chris Vermeulen Limited Edition Signed RARE

Own a piece of Australian MotoGP history with this limited edition signed Australian flag. Signed in person at the 2007 MotoGP by Casey Stoner (Winner), Mick Doohan, Anthony West, and Chris Vermeulen, this exclusive item captures a moment when some of Australia's greatest motorcycle racers came together. This rare product is exclusive to MJB Memorabilia and is not available for sale anywhere else.

  • Personally hand-signed by Casey Stoner, Mick Doohan, Anthony West, and Chris Vermeulen
  • Frame measures 1080mm by 760mm • Four hand-selected iconic photos included in the frame • Database Hologram Verification number 100018
  • Comes with an Official MJB Memorabilia Authentication Hologram sticker and matching Letter of Authenticity
  • MJB Memorabilia ships WORLDWIDE with Free Shipping
  • Framed and ready to hang on your wall, prepared for immediate delivery • The frame shown in the photos is the actual item you will receive, not a mockup
  • To view the memorabilia before purchasing, schedule a Zoom, Facetime, or Skype session by calling 0477555557 • Priced at $1295

Don't miss your chance to own this unique and rare piece of Australian MotoGP memorabilia, signed by four legendary racers. Add it to your collection today! 

Casey Stoner, Mick Doohan, Anthony West, and Chris Vermeulen are all accomplished Australian motorcycle racers who have made significant impacts on the world of MotoGP and other motorcycle racing championships.

Casey Stoner is a two-time MotoGP World Champion, winning the championship in 2007 and 2011. Stoner began his racing career in the 125cc and 250cc classes before moving to MotoGP in 2006. During his career, he raced for Ducati and Honda, earning 38 victories in the premier class before retiring in 2012 at the age of 27.

Mick Doohan is a legendary figure in motorcycle racing, having won five consecutive 500cc World Championships from 1994 to 1998. Known for his aggressive riding style and determination, Doohan raced exclusively for Honda throughout his career. With 54 Grand Prix victories to his name, he remains one of the most successful motorcycle racers in history. Doohan retired in 1999 after a severe crash during a practice session at the Spanish Grand Prix.

Anthony West is an experienced motorcycle racer who has competed in various championships, including MotoGP, World Superbike, and Supersport World Championship. West made his MotoGP debut in 2001 and had stints with various teams in the premier class. His best championship result came in 2003, where he finished 11th overall. West has also seen success in Supersport World Championship, claiming multiple race victories and podium finishes.

Chris Vermeulen, known for his skill in wet conditions, is a former MotoGP and World Superbike rider. He started his professional racing career in the 125cc and 250cc classes before moving to the World Superbike Championship, where he won the 2003 World Supersport Championship. In 2006, Vermeulen transitioned to MotoGP, racing for Suzuki and claiming his sole MotoGP victory at the 2007 French Grand Prix. After a brief return to World Superbike, Vermeulen retired from professional motorcycle racing in 2012.

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