The year 1975 was to be the deciding year for the 750 Super Sport in Italian production racing. The front row of race grids would frequently be all-750 affairs, and on one occasion 750 SS’s occupied six of the top 10 finishing spots, led by 1-2-3-4. Although the square case engine from the 860 GT was in production, most racers preferred the proven round-case engine, which was developed further throughout the year, with high-rise exhausts and improved brakes.
The year started providentially, with Franco Uncini joining Ducati’s Scuderia Spaggiari works team from Laverda, but the first win went to Carlo Saltarelli at Misano on 31 March. Giulio Sabatini shared wins with Uncini at the Trofeo Maximoto at Vallelunga on 25 April and 1 May, while at the Gino Magnani trophy race at Misano, Uncini, Sabatini and Adelio Faccioli went 1-2-3. The next race at Pergusa in Sicily was won by Raoul Martini on a 750 SS, and Saltarelli was 3rd.
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