IXON equipment on top of Endurance racing: World title for Yoshimura SERT Motul
The first edition of the 6 Hours of Most, on Saturday 9 October in the Czech Republic, marked the final round of the 2021 Endurance Championship: the Franco-Japanese structure Yoshimura SERT Motul, a team featuring IXON riders Gregg Black and Xavier Simeon, took the world title.
After winning the two legendary 24-hour events on the calendar this season - the 24 Heures Motos and the Bol d'Or - the official Suzuki team ends the year with the ultimate Endurance reward, representing the SERT's 17th world title.
IXON is a committed brand and we work closely with our riders to provide them with the best. With Gregg Black and Xavier Simeon, finding IXON suits and gloves on top of a demanding discipline like Endurance racing is a proof of the quality of our equipment.
This quality, which is reflected in a world title, is also seen in race situations. During the 6 Hours of Most, Xavier Simeon managed an incredible save... with his hand. The Suzuki rider lost the front end and helped getting the bike up by pushing with his right hand on the track: an action that will remain in racing memories! Well protected thanks to his IXON glove, Xavier Simeon immortalised this race event with a photo on his social networks.
Congratulations to the entire Yoshimura SERT Motul team for the world title at the end of a tense season.
Congratulations to our riders Gregg Black and Xavier Simeon, now 2021 Endurance world champions: their performance is a continuation of our historical partnership with the SERT and reflects IXON's commitment to excellence.