15 Facts About Dominique Aegerter


Dominique Aegerter won the Supersport World Championship in 2021 and 2022.


For 2023, Aegerter will join the GRT Yamaha team in World Superbikes.


Dominique Aegerter then competed in the ADAC Pro Junior Cup 125cc class in 2003 and 2004.


Also in 2006, Dominique Aegerter was called up by Multimedia Racing to compete in the 125cc World Championship.


Dominique Aegerter made his world championship debut in the Portuguese Grand Prix replacing fellow Swiss rider Vincent Braillard.


Dominique Aegerter remained with the team for the rest of the season.


Dominique Aegerter continued with Multimedia Racing for the 2007 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season and still had Italian teammates Raffaele De Rosa and Simone Grotzkyj.


Dominique Aegerter had a very slow start only managing to score back to back 15th place at the 2007 Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix and at the 2007 Dutch TT, and later at the wet 2007 Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix at 11th place.


For 2009, Dominique Aegerter stays with the team alongside Sandro Cortese.


At the 2014 German Grand Prix, Dominique Aegerter achieved both his first Grand Prix pole position and victory in his 129th fending off Mika Kallio's advances in the closing stages.


In 2015, Dominique Aegerter took part in tests with Akira Kawasaki MotoGP who supplied Kawasaki engines to the Avintia Racing team in MotoGP along with the WSBK riders.


Dominique Aegerter made a debut-ride in September 2022 at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, near Misano, Italy, with Team Suzuki Ecstar in a mid-season test.


Dominique Aegerter rode a Suzuki GSX-RR motorcycle due to injury of the regular rider.


Dominique Aegerter has previously competed for Suzuki in the Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race, when the Swiss racer was on the podium twice.


Dominique Aegerter competed in the 2021 Supersport World Championship, winning the title with Ten Kate Racing Yamaha team.