|Born||9 December 1920|
|Died||4 June 2006(aged 85)|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|Active years||1962-1963, 1965|
|Races||3 (2 starts)|
|First race||1962 South African Grand Prix|
|Last race||1965 South African Grand Prix|
Louis Douglas Serrurier (9 December 1920 – 4 June 2006) was a racing driver and racing car constructor from South Africa. He participated in 3 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix in the 1960s, only racing in the South African Grand Prix event, debuting on 29 December 1962. He scored no championship points.
Serrurier built a series of racing cars under the name of LDS, after his initials. The first was based on a Cooper, and later cars were based on Brabhams. The cars were raced mainly by Serrurier himself, and Sam Tingle.
Complete Formula One World Championship results 
|1962||Otelle Nucci||LDS Mk2||Alfa Romeo Straight-4||NED
|1963||Otelle Nucci||LDS Mk2||Alfa Romeo Straight-4||MON
|1965||Otelle Nucci||LDS Mk2||Climax Straight-4||RSA
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