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- 110 hp Power
- 68 lb-ft Torque
- 202 kg Dry weight
After colouring the Curva del Correntaio red and accompanying every moment of the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello with enthusiasm and passion, the Ducati Grandstand spectacle doubles down with another appointment for fans of the World Champions at the Grand Prix of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera, set to take place at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli on the weekend of 9-10 September 2023.
The Italian Grand Prix provided thrills galore for the Ducatista community in a weekend made unforgettable by the double triumph of World Champion Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia and two all-Ducati podiums, in the Sprint Race and in the classic Sunday event. Many fans proudly wore Ducati Red, creating a spectacular choreography during the Warm-Up Lap and conveying to the whole world the great sense of belonging of the enthusiasts of the Borgo Panigale motorcycle manufacturer. The spectacle in the Ducati Grandstand was also made possible thanks to the collaboration and involvement of the Presidents and members of the D.O.C. (Ducati Official Club), invaluable protagonists of both days with their passion and their attachment to the brand.
The Ducati Grandstand was an integral part of Ducati’s participation in the “KiSS – Keep it Shiny and Sustainable” initiative, the social and environmental sustainability program developed at the Italian Grand Prix and in other rounds of the MotoGP Championship, including also that of Misano. The “Supporter’s Kit”, made in cotton to allow for easy reuse, and the Grandstand dedicated to those with disabilities and their companions, accompanied other projects, such as the Hospitality Pass made of seed paper, the Grandstand, the Solidarity Pit Walk for girls and boys with disabilities, separate waste collection and the collection of food surpluses in the hospitality to donate them to charities.
Now it’s time to book your front row seat for the next home Grand Prix: the GP of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera, which will be held at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, the traditional venue of the World Ducati Week. On this occasion, the Ducati Lenovo Team will race with a special Ducati Yellow livery that pays homage to the sporting history of the Borgo Panigale manufacturer.
The Ducati grandstand at Misano guarantees a perfect view of the Curva del Carro (covered grandstand C), one of the most spectacular points of the Romagna circuit, allowing spectators to witness numerous overtaking actions. As happened at Mugello, tickets at Misano also support the new MotoGP format which includes the Sprint Race on the calendar on Saturday for a weekend full of emotion. Fans therefore have the option of purchasing a ticket valid for both Saturday and Sunday, as well as a day ticket which allows entry on Sunday only. There are also special rates for young Ducatisti born after 1 January 2012 accompanied by an adult: €5 for Sunday only and €10 for both Saturday and Sunday. Tickets can already be purchased online in the dedicated section of the Ducati.com website.
All Ducatisti who purchase tickets for the Ducati Grandstand are provided with a series of services and benefits to enjoy an unforgettable experience. From free access to the grandstand at any time, to the convenience of reserved motorbike and car parking*, up to the storage service for technical gear. Furthermore, fans will receive a free “Supporter’s Kit”, consisting of a t-shirt, cap and gadget.
Racing is an essential part of the Ducati world and the Borgo Panigale manufacturer has always offered its enthusiasts a privileged place to enjoy the spectacle of MotoGP on many international circuits, including the Sachsenring, where the Ducati Lenovo Team has arrived to race the German Grand Prix with the Ducati Grandstand ready to support Bagnaia and Bastianini from the iconic Omega Curve.
* Parking subject to availability