Ducati

Ducati

Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. is an Italian company that designs and manufactures motorcycles. Headquartered in Bologna, Italy, Ducati is owned by Audi through its Italian subsidiary Lamborghini.

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Ducati - Racing History - AMA Superbike Championship
... In the AMA Superbike Championship, Ducati has had its share of success, with Doug Polen winning the title in 1993 and Troy Corser the following year in 1994 ... Ducati has entered a bike in every AMA Superbike season since 1986, but withdrew from the series after the 2006 season ... a legend," says Richard Backus from Motorcycle Classics "How big a legend? Big enough for Ducati to team with Italian specialty builder NCR to craft a limited-edition update, New Blue ...
SBK-08: Superbike World Championship
... Team Constructor No Rider Sterilgarda Go Eleven Ducati 3 Max Biaggi 111 Ruben Xaus Hannspree Ten Kate Honda Honda 7 Carlos Checa 23 Ryuichi Kiyonari 54 Kenan Sofuoğlu Team ... Team Ducati 57 Lorenzo Lanzi Grillini PBR Team Yamaha 77 Loic Napoleone Yamaha France GMT 94 IPONE Yamaha 94 David Checa 194 Sébastien Gimbert Guandalini Racing by Grifo's Ducati ...
Robert Holden (motorcyclist)
... He was the most successful of all Ducati Supermono racers ... Holden died the following year in practice at the Isle of Man TT while riding a Ducati 916 ... Later on in his career, Holden teamed up with retired Ducati racer turned team manager Dallas Rankine ...
Ducati Bronco
... base model motorcycle made by Ducati from 1960 to 1966, produced mainly for American distributor Berliner Motor Corporation ... It was the second to last example, before the Ducati 125 Cadet/4, of Ducati pushrod technology which began in 1952 with the pressed-frame Ducati 98 models ...
List Of Superbike World Champions - Manufacturers
... Champion (Motorcycle) Win 2nd 3rd Honda Ducati Suzuki Yamaha Aprilia 1988 Honda RC30 1989 ... Honda RC30 1990 ... Honda RC30 1991 ... Ducati 1992 ... Ducati 1993 ... Ducati 19. 6 ...