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Wolfgang Srb - Rest in Peace

Wolfgang Srb - Rest in Peace

Jun 6

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It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of MXGP lifelong’s friend, Wolfgang SRB. After a long and courageous battle with illness, Wolfgang left us, leaving behind an irreplaceable void in the MXGP and motocross community.

Wolfgang’s dedication to motocross over several decades as he became a pillar within the whole MXGP and FIM community. As the President of the FIM Motocross Commission and a President of FIM-Europe, his leadership and vision were instrumental in shaping the sport we love today. His unwavering commitment to the sport helped it moving forward and bringing it to new heights of popularity and success.

He lived and breathed the sport, always striving to make it better for the riders, teams, and fans. His efforts were not just professional but deeply personal. He cared about every aspect of motocross and as a key decision-maker, Wolfgang’s contributions were instrumental in shaping the image of FIM. His vision and leadership ensured that the sport remained strong, respected.

The motocross community is profoundly affected by his loss. As we mourn his passing, we also celebrate his life and the incredible impact he had on everybody around him. He leaves behind a legacy of excellence, passion and unwavering dedication.

Our thoughts go out to Wolfgang’s family during this difficult time.

Infront Moto Racing President Giuseppe Luongo: “It’s an extremely sad day. Wolfgang was a great man, strong like a rock, he was a great President for the FIM Motocross Commission and a great President of FIM-Europe. A lot of improvements to the Motocross World and European Championships are thanks to him. His life was dedicated to Motorsport and his family. He left his life as he lived his life, strong and proud, nobody had been informed about is illness and right up until that last moment he said that everything was OK. Not only was he great in his duties to the sport, but above all he was a dear dear friend. He will be missed, but he will remain always strong within our hearts. In this sad moment my family and all the MXGP family are close to Brigitte and Cornelia.”

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