More titles than Rossi: Vincent Philippe retires
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EWC stalwart and Suzuki legend Vincent Philippe has announced his retirement, having won 10 endurance world titles after 16 years with factory outfit SERT. He’s also notched a total of nine Bol d’Or victories.

The 41-year-old veteran has achieved an outstanding amount in his lengthy career and contributed significantly to the Suzuki trophy cabinet. He will be celebrated as a legend amongst the endurance hall of fame.

The endurance ace took his first Le Mans 24-Hour win in 2003, before finishing runner-up in the world championship the following year. Four straight world titles followed, by six back-to-back championships from 2010 to 2016.