Werner Haas

Werner Haas (30 May 1927 in Augsburg - 13 November 1956 in Neuburg an der Donau) is a former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer from Germany. He became Germany's first motorcycle world champion when he won the 1953 FIM 125 and 250 World Championship for NSU. The following year, he would repeat as the 250 world champion. Haas was killed in 1956 in a light plane accident in Germany.

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