MotoGP: Pramac Racing And Ducati Staying Together Through 2024

MotoGP: Pramac Racing And Ducati Staying Together Through 2024

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Pramac Racing:

Pramac Racing and Ducati: together for the next three years.

Pramac Racing is pleased to announce a contract renovation as Factory Supported Team for Ducati. This is to last the next three MotoGP seasons, from 2022 to 2024. The partnership between Pramac Racing and Ducati began in 2005 and has strengthened year after year, thus demonstrating the trust and appreciation which have always distinguished the relationship between the two.

 

Paolo Campinoti

We are extremely proud of the work put in and the results we have achieved during these years together with Ducati. We are delighted to be continuing this beautiful adventure for the next three years. With Ducati, we have created a very special relationship, we have reached incredible objectives and, the best is yet to come!

 

Paolo Ciabatti

It is truly a great pleasure for us to be announcing the renovation of our partnership with Pramac Racing for the following three MotoGP seasons. Together with Pramac Racing, we have obtained very important achievements. Thanks to the close collaboration with them, we have been able to make young riders flourish, who then moved up with success to the official team. Furthermore, we are certain to have what it takes to be able to enjoy many other great achievements together with Pramac Racing!

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