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Rami Serry was born on 28 February, 1980 in Egypt. At 40 years old, Rami Serry height not available right now. We will update Rami Serry's height soon as possible.
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|Age||40 years old|
|Born||28 February 1980|
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Rami Serry Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Rami Serry worth at the age of 40 years old? Rami Serry’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Egypt. We have estimated Rami Serry's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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In September 2014, Serry once again made history by being the first Egyptian, Arab, and African to compete in a Licensing Series for Formula Drift USA.
Rami Serry has been racing since the age of 17. Since then he has been winning championships back to back in Egypt and the Middle East. He is considered to be a well rounded driver who is at the forefront in Single Seater racing (Formula) Gymkhana, Rallying, Circuit Racing, and most importantly – Drifting!
Serry made history in 2011 by being the first Egyptian to win Red Bull Car Park Drift  in Egypt. He continued to dominate the drifting scene by also winning the 2012 Red Bull CPD Egypt Qualifier as well as placing 2nd in the Middle East Finals in Jordan. This was despite having his car impounded by the Egyptian authorities at the borders of Egypt and Jordan in Nuweiba' a day before the race. Serry has continued to place podium positions in every Red Bull Car Park Drift event since.
4th Place winner in Vegas Drift Licensing Series (USA) - 2nd Place winner in Formula BMW (BIC - Bahrain) - 1st Place winner in Red Bull Car Park Drift 2011 - 1st Place winner in Red Bull Car Park Drift 2012 - 2nd Place winner in RBCPD Middle East Finals 2012 - 3rd Place winner in Red Bull Car Park Drift 2013 - 3rd Place winner in Red Bull Car Park Drift 2014 - 2nd Place winner in the World Drifter Awards - 2nd overall winner in Egypt Autocross 2011 - 2nd overall winner in Egypt Autocross 2003 - 2nd overall winner in Egypt Autocross 2004 - 1st Place winner in Rear Wheel Category Egypt Autocross (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009)
After his release Serry was determined to build a race track in Egypt to prevent similar accidents. After many unsuccessful attempts to achieve this, he concluded that the country was not yet ready for motorsport, and moved to Bahrain, considered to be the home of motorsport in the Middle East, where he became Managing Editor of Arabia Motors, a popular motoring magazine in the Persian Gulf region. For two years Serry worked and raced in Bahrain, gaining valuable experience. He participated for a full season in Formula BMW at the Bahrain International Circuit  and also in drift challenges around the Persian Gulf, extending his fame to other areas of the Middle East. Serry then moved back to Egypt to start his own magazine  and TV show. Since his arrival he has ventured out into numerous pursuits which included experiments in BioGeometry  with Dr. Ibrahim Karim. They both teamed up to introduce the technology to both the automobile and motorsport industries. After promising results, Serry was offered a chance to speak about his experiences and the new technology at the TEDx event which took place at the American University in Cairo under the name of TEDxCairo. Rami held a senior marketing position at LINKdotNET in 2010 and is currently the Marketing Manager at Nestle Nespresso.
However, his fame turned against him in 2005 when an illegal street race took place on the main airport road in Cairo. One of the drivers lost control of his car and crashed into the crowd, injuring 12 and killing 6. The next day Serry was arrested at his home in Heliopolis as a suspect in the lethal accident, his name having been given to the police by a few witnesses who alleged that he was driving the silver BMW involved. Serry was charged with racing in the illegal race and when it was proven that he had not done so, was then charged with organizing it.
Serry was born in Cairo. From a very young age, he showed signs of extraordinary driving skills and quickly gained respect in the world of motor sport. After studying in the United States in 1998 he returned to Egypt in 2001 to pursue his goal of becoming the Egyptian Autocross champion. With limited choices in racing events around the country, Serry stuck to the Egyptian Autocross and quickly impressed the audience with his extreme driving style, which gained him many fans and admirers around the country.
Rami Serry (born 28 February 1980) is an Egyptian racing driver.