Danilo Petrucci, DUCATI, gp, Scott Redding, WSBK -

Rumors come from Italy that, if confirmed, will mean an important change in the MotoGP and Superbike World Championship line up. Ducati will be looking to change its lineup in both championships, taking Danilo Petrucci from MotoGP to Chaz Davies in the WSBK in 2021

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The Italian based manufacturer keep making steps forward in WorldSBK and MotoGP™. Is that a success meant to continue? Before heading to the Grand Prix of the Americas, Andrea Dovizioso (Mission Winnow Ducati) would have never imagined leaving the COTA as championship leader. On paper, the third Grand Prix of the season seemed insidious for the 2018 runner-up, but thanks to a smart strategy he was able to get the most from a race that saw him mastering an incredible recover from thirteenth on the grid. With a fourth position, thirteenth points, and 54 points which put him on top...

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2019, Alvaro bautista, ducati, panigale, Phillip island, race, sprint, V4, win, WSBK -

Alvaro Bautista has continued to make World Superbike history by winning the first-ever sprint race fending off a race-long battle with Jonathan Rea.

We feel its important to point out that new sprint race format proved to be very entertaining with riders pushing hard throughout the race. No tyre conservation-ragged edge all the way!

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Alvaro bautista, Aruba.it, CHAZ DAVIES, CORSA, DUCATI, Livery, NEWS, Panigale, RACING, V4, WORD SUPER BIKE, WSBK -

“We’ll be working with only one aim in mind: to win.” Those are the words of Gigi Dall’Igna while talking about Ducati Corse’s WorldSBK program, which made its public debut today.Officially the Aruba.it Racing – Ducati Superbike team, the rider duo of Chaz Davies and Alvaro Bautista have a lot of weight on their shoulders. After all, the Italian marque made an historic switch from a v-twin to a V4 all in the name of winning the World Superbike Championship title.Usually though, the expectations for a team with a brand new bike are reserved, as it can take a season...

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DUCATI, V4, winter test, WSBK -

WorldSBK and WorldSSP riders completed a busy two-day test in Portugal ahead of the 2019 season opener. WorldSBK and WorldSSP riders completed the final day of testing around Autodromo do Algarve in Portimao, which hosted from 27th-28th January the final two-day European pre-season test before the 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship season will kick off in Australia next month. A stronger wind blew at the Portuguese rollercoaster race track, but riders didn’t back down and aware of the importance of every single hour of testing available, they took to the track early in the morning to make their final...

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