Ducati renews until 2026

The Italian brand extends its presence in the MotoGP World Championship in five years. Since 2003 he has achieved one drivers 'title (Stoner in 2007) and two constructors' titles (2007 and 2020).


Ducati announced this Wednesday that it will remain in the MotoGP World Championship until 2026. The agreement expands the presence of the Italian brand in the championship, present since 2003 and with the title of Casey Stoner in 2007 as its greatest success and the titles of constructor of that same year and that of 2020. In eighteen seasons in MotoGP Ducati has achieved 160 podiums, including 51 victories.

"This renewed agreement is a confirmation that, while we plan a continuous expansion of our product range also outside the sports world, the track and high-performance motorcycles remain a central element for Ducati. I want to thank Dorna Sports and in In particular to Carmelo Ezpeleta for his great work in all these years that has made MotoGP a truly extraordinary media platform, "says Claudio Domenicali, Ducati CEO, in a note after the agreement. He adds: "Racing has always been a truly fundamental part of the Ducati brand and will continue to be in the future. Indeed, it represents not only a way of fueling the passion and support of Ducati fans around the world, but also a Advanced research laboratory where the most sophisticated materials and the most innovative design methods are tested. It is also the gym where we grow young engineers, in order to offer our customers motorcycles the latest generation in terms of technology and emotion of use, as recently demonstrated by the Superleggera V4 and Multistrada V4 ".

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