MotoAmerica: Celtic HSBK Racing Running Ducati Panigale V4 R

MotoAmerica: Celtic HSBK Racing Running Ducati Panigale V4 R

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Celtic HSBK Racing:

Celtic HSBK Racing is proud to announce that for the 2020 Season they will be back with Ducati, campaigning a Ducati V4 R in the MotoAmerica series.

Team Principal and HSBKRacing.com owner, Bobby Shek commented, “Since 2005, we have been a leader in the Aftermarket accessory business for Italian Motorcycles.  Ducati has been our passion and has fueled our growth over the past 15 years.  We raced with Ducati in 2012 and we are thrilled to be back with the Brand that we hold so close to our heart!  We also realize that with any great accomplishment that it takes a team of people to see it through, I would like to thank the many people behind the scenes that helped dream become a reality.”

HSBK and Celtic Racing join forces for a second season, it should be noted that Celtic has its own rich history with the Ducati brand.  Back in the 2011, Celtic campaigned a Ducati 848 with World Superbike rider, PJ Jacobsen.  Both HSBK and Celtic racing have their eyes set on capturing the 2020 title and is working on a rider lineup that will deliver the results.

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