After an emotional farewell to Gabriele Del Torchio last week, Ducati workers prepared for Claudio Domenicali’s initiation as the new CEO of Ducati Motor Holding with a passionate welcome, typical of the iconic Italian motorcycle brand.
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Claudio Domenicali, currently General Manager and Member of the Board of Directors at Ducati Motor Holding, has been named as the successor to CEO Gabriele Del Torchio, who will leave the company to join Alitalia as CEO.
Ducati Australia excitedly handed over the keys for 2 red Monster 659’s to Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IronMan Series winner Shannon Eckstein and Telstra IronWoman Series winner Courtney Hancock when they visited Gold Coast Ducati last week.
Ducati introduced the highest spec Panigale yet at the EICMA show in Milan with the much anticipated $29,995 Paingale R model. Yesterday journalists got a chance to ride it for the first time at the new Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
Fresh from announcing 4 Ducati Deals for March, Ducati Australia is also prepared to wheel and deal a little on the Ducati 1199 Panigale S Tricolore too.
For Ducati fans, visiting the Italian motorcycle manufacturer’s official Museum in Borgo Panigale, Bologna is like coming home and each year a steady stream of owners and enthusiasts arrive to soak up the spirit of competition that made Ducati a legendary name for more than 60 years. Now, the Museo Ducati book from David Bull [...]
The “Audi Annual Press Conference” held in Ingolstadt, Germany today presented an opportunity to showcase the latest details of the Ducati acquisition to the world’s press, including the outstanding results achieved by the company during the last year.
Ducati Australia & New Zealand has announced 4 sale promotion opportunities for the month of March, commencing from the 1st through to the 31st and available from Authorised Ducati Dealerships.
Ducati as announced that the father of the Desmosedici MotoGP racer has resigned. Declaring reasons of poor health related to his particular physical condition, Preziosi’s resignation was accepted by Ducati, saddened and disappointed to lose such an accomplished and strategic member of staff.
The Ducati Team was in full force at the Malaysian circuit, with Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden ready to try changes to their Desmosedici GP13’s electronics and frame, while test rider Michele Pirro continued development work with his ‘laboratory’ bike.