I’m not being mean, but it’s done! If you wanted a Desmo RR for Christmas, it is no longer available for you to place your order. Even Santa could not help you to get your hands on a baby like this one. Borgo Panigale has found a buyer for each of 1500 models who were planned, initially, 1250, but that have seen a relative inflation to meet the demand. The 1500 privileged buyers can make a boast of a collection object, which can, at worst, keep its coast or even become a real source (...) More
The Ducati Desmosedici RR made its first ever public appearance in action around the Misano Circuit at World Ducati Week 2007 on Saturday ridden by official Ducati MotoGP Team test rider, Vittoriano Guareschi. In front of thousands of ‘Ducatisti’, the pre-series version of the highly complex L-four cylinder MotoGP replica took to the circuit for a 15 minute session to demonstrate its incredible 200hp performance and to signify the progress of the project as it approaches production. Over 170 (...) More
The Dolomite mountain scenery of Madonna di Campiglio formed the spectacular backdrop for the official launch of the new Ducati Desmosedici GP7. The wraps were pulled off the all-new Italian bike by Loris Capirossi and Casey Stoner, the two Ducati MotoGP Team factory riders who will spearhead the Italian manufacturer’s attack in the first year of the new 800cc category. It took place at Wroom 2007, the traditional ski meeting held on the snows of Madonna di Campiglio and reserved for the (...) More
Ducati launched the Desmosedici RR production prototype during the magical atmosphere of the 2006 Italian Grand Prix at Mugello. The dream of a real GP replica has finally come true as the Desmosedici RR will be the first ever road-going motorcycle to offer the stunning performance and technology taken directly from MotoGP.