Davide Giugliano misses the podium by only six tenths of a second
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Ducati World Superbike Project Leader Ernesto Marinelli was interviewed by WorldSBK.com after what was a season of contrasting fortunes for the Italian manufacturer. On one side, the scintillating performance put in by Welshman Chaz Davies gave Ducati not only their first victory of the Panigale era, but also a total of five race wins and the runner-up spot in the Championship. In the second half of the season, the former World Supersport Champion was on title form as he amassed four wins and eight podium finishes in the last ten races.
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Show off your special Ducati in the Ducati Island 20th Anniversary Bike Show
Really excited about this, hope to see you there!
Ducati vs. Ducati vs. BMW vs. Ducati – a 1979 Comparison. Posted 6/15/2015 During my short AMA Superbike career I raced Dale Newton’s Ducatis in 1977 and 1978 with some success. In 1979 Dale could ...
Some pretty interesting historical Ducati content here. If you haven't read Paul's book, "Racing With The Gods" it's really worth a read...
Never before have Superbikes been closer to the streetbikes they are based on than right now. As worldwide racing rules, such as those in the FIM Superbike World Championship, attempt to keep big-budget manufacturers in check, the very bikes that these Superbikes are based on have been taken to a completely new level of sophistication.…
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The name of the three-time WSBK champion Troy Bayliss comes once more to the front page as we might just see him once more in the saddle of the Aruba Ducati 1199 Panigale superbike, substituting for injured rider Davide Giugliano. Bayliss, 45, took part in the kick-off 2015 WSBK round on his home circuit at Phillip Island, 20-22 February, and he qualified 13th on the grid, a very good performance considering his age and the fact he is… well, retired.
Really would love to see Troy on the bike again, wouldn't you?