Serderidis announces his WRC retirement at the end of 2023

Jourdan Serderidis revealed to DirtFish that 2023 will be his last season in World Rally Championship.

Serderidis has secured a five-rally programme with M-Sport Ford in 2023 and is the only privateer driver who is currently competing in WRC the last years. So far, he has taken part in Monte Carlo and Mexico where he finished 24th and 25th overall respectively while his next outings with the Puma Rally1 will be Sardinia, Kenya and Greece. He has driven many cars in WRC and WRC2 class, including Ford and Citroen, and clinched the drivers' title in WRC Trophy class back in 2017 when he was behind the wheel of a Citroen DS3 WRC (this category was in effect only for one year and included cars which were built between 2011 and 2017).

"OK, the most important thing is the pleasure, the fun", Serderidis said. 

"I still have it, but OK at one moment we have to think about stopping as well".


Photo Credits: M-Sport

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