SERT

WORLD ENDURANCE

SERT


Suzuki Endurance Racing Team (SERT) is the most prolific and successful team in the history of the FIM Endurance World Championship with a total of 15 World Championship titles under the leadership of Team Manager Dominique Meliand.

Vincent Philippe, Anthony Delhalle and Etienne Masson regained the Championship in 2016 at the final round, the Oschersleben 8-Hours in Germany, to take victory by just one point in one of the most-thrilling showdowns the series has witnessed.

All of SERT's World Championships - apart from its first world title in 1983, aboard the GS1000 - have been won on GSX-R machinery: the GSX-R750 from 1987-to 1999, then with the GSX-R1000 from 2005 onwards.

For 2017, SERT defends its title with the same winning formula of riders; but with an all-new 2017 GSX-R1000.

Team Photography: David Reygondeau (www.good-shoot.com)


SERT HISTORY:

2016: World Endurance Champions
2015: World Endurance Champions
2014: 2nd World Endurance Champ.
2013: World Endurance Champions
2012: World Endurance Champions
2011: World Endurance Champions
2010: World Endurance Champions
2008: World Endurance Champions
2007: World Endurance Champions
2006: World Endurance Champions
2005: World Endurance Champions
1999: World Endurance Champions
1997: World Endurance Champions
1988: World Endurance Champions
1987: World Endurance Champions
1983: World Endurance Champions





















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