Troy Corser

Track training by Troy Corser

Track training by Troy Corser

Troy CorserTwo-times World SBK Champion Troy Corser is the head instructor in our school, he will share the track with you when you join our program. Furthermore he will take care of multiple technical briefings each day during our events. There is also the option to sign up for a pillion ride with Troy onboard his specially prepared pillion bike!

Learn more about our school here

In 2012 Troy Corser joined The Race Academy where he re-developed the training program together with Marcel Kramer. This program was based on their combined knowledge of motorcycle racing. After 6 succesfull years with The Race Academy the program had matured. The next step followed with a reorganisation at the end of 2018 to further evolve the learning program. In January 2019 RSE was founded by Marcel Kramer to take the developed teaching program to the next level and reach a wider group of riders in Europe and around the world.

Troy Corser Australian former motorcycle road racer, and the 1996 and 2005 Superbike World champion.

Wall of fame Troy Corser

  • 1993 Australian Superbike Champion
  • 1994 American Superbike Champion (first non-American to win the title)
  • 1996 World Superbike Champion (at that time, youngest person to win the title)
  • 1996 Illawarra Sports Star of the Year (Australia)
  • 1996 Presented with "The Key to the City" of Wollongong
  • 1999 Presented to HRH Princess Royal for support to Two Wheels for Life (formerly RIDERS for Health charity)
  • 2005 World Superbike Champion
  • 2005 Illawarra Sports Star of the Year (Australia)
  • 2005 MotoSprint Casco D'Or winner
  • 2006 Baton Carrier for the Queens Commonwealth Relay (Phillip Island, Australia)
  • 2012 World SBK Ambassador
  • 2017 Australian Motorsport Hall of Fame Inductee
  • 2018 Ambassador FIM Asia Supermoto Championship

Join RSE & Troy Corser on your favourite racetrack!

And ride the latest S 1000 RR! Become a faster, safer and more confident rider on and off the track!