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Oct 16, 2013

Tony Serra, Age 74, Wins Moto West GP Class Championship

Tony Serra (left), age 74, with friend and sponsor Ed Sorbo (right), of Lindemann Engineering. Photo by Eric Anderson, courtesy of Lindemann Engineering.
World’s Oldest Road Racing Class Champion, Tony Serra

Lindemann Engineering and EDventure Racing, proud sponsors of Tony Serra are pleased to announce that Tony Serra is the World’s Oldest Road Racing Class Champion.

By winning the 2013 Moto West Grand Prix, Lindemann Engineering 250 Cup Class at the age of 74, Serra has set a high standard indeed. Earning this championship required Serra to race at three different tracks over eight race weekends. He did this with panache, finishing on the podium in seven races, taking the title by a dominant 51 points and by setting numerous personal best lap times along the way.

About Tony: He’s older than you and he says your excuse for not racing is invalid.

About EDventure Racing: It’s Ed Sorbo’s racing venture.

About Lindemann Engineering: Tony Serra is our client, ‘nuff said.

About Moto West Grand Prix: Tony Serra’s favorite motorcycle race organization.