| Motorcycle Racer|
| 30 December 1975 (age 39)
Modling, Austria (1975-12-30) |Martin Bauer (motorcycle racer) Wikipedia
Martin Bauer (born 30 December 1975 in Mödling) is an Austrian motorcycle racer.
He was champion of the German IDM Superbike series in 2007, 2008 and 2011 riding a Honda CBR1000RR in 2007 and 2008 and a KTM 1190 RC8 in 2011, he also has raced in two Superbike World Championship rounds, one in 2007 and other in 2008 riding a Honda; in 2007 he raced as a wildcard for Holzhauer Racing Promotion in the Eurospeedway Lausitz round, retiring in race 1 and finishing 17th in race 2, while in 2008 he raced for Hannspree Ten Kate Honda replacing an injured Ryuichi Kiyonari in the Magny-Cours round, finishing 17th in race 1 and retiring in race 2.
In 2013 he raced as a wildcard in MotoGP, riding a Suter-BMW for Remus Racing Team in the Czech Republic Grand Prix, finishing 21st, and in the Valencian Community Grand Prix, finishing 20th, one lap down in both occasions. He was the first Austrian to race in the premier class of Grands Prix since Andreas Meklau in the 1993 500cc season.