In order to live the extraordinary experience of riding a Ducati GP in an atmosphere of serenity and enthusiasm, we have decided to postpone the MotoGP Experience until 2021 so as to ensure that it runs smoothly in safe conditions and guarantees the highest quality standards that characterise our Racing events.
Our team is already working to reschedule this exclusive event and make the new calendar and all further information available.
A unique opportunity
A Ducati MotoGP is the fastest two-wheeled racing vehicle in the world. The pinnacle of Ducati Corse’s prototyping capabilities. Riding a Ducati GP is the most amazing experience a rider could ever dream of.
Take a ride on the Desmosedici GP20
On 23 January 2020 Ducati presented the new GP20 to the world.
And even if it seems incredible, we’ll let you ride the same model that Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci will race on in the next season of the World Championship.
MotoGP Experience is another of the paid opportunities reserved for only 30 of the future Superleggera V4 owners. The program includes a day with the best Ducati instructors, a warm-up on the track to learn the secrets of the Superleggera V4 and a breathtaking finale with 4 laps on the brand new Desmosedici GP20.
The experience will take place at the Mugello Circuit on 9 and 28 July 2020 (the dates may be subject to change in case of bad weather or if Ducati believes that safety conditions for the event are not met). Check with your Dealer for availability.
MotoGP Experience is one time only, personal and reserved for those who have paid the 20% deposit for the bike by 30 June and €4,000 for the experience. Ducati will confirm each customer’s actual participation after having verified that the following conditions have been met.
The participant must be in optimal psychological and physical conditions, especially with regard to the following organs and systems that are stressed when riding motorcycles in extreme conditions: musculoskeletal, osteoarticular and locomotor, neurological, visual, auditory and cardiovascular. The rider must be between 25 and 60 years old, a maximum weight of 100 kg (without equipment) and a maximum height of 200 cm. The body mass index (BMI) must be between 17,51 and 30
“BMI=” (P[kg])/(h^2 [m]) (P = weight expressed in kg / h = height expressed in metres)
By 30 June 2020 the participant must submit the documentation required by the rules and provided by Ducati to the Experience office (firstname.lastname@example.org). This includes a copy of the driver’s licence, the Ducati release form signed by the participant and the medical report provided by Ducati, filled in and signed by a physician. Five days before the event, the participant must have paid the balance of the Price and sent the receipt to the office.
On the day of the event, each participant must:
• Receive clearance to participate from the Medical Centre set up by Ducati.
• Pass a short written test that shows that you have understood the information provided during the technical briefing on the MotoGP vehicle, and in particular on the use of the gear shift control, brakes and signals on the dashboard.
• Receive a positive assessment of your riding ability on the track.
All assessments are done at the sole discretion of the organisers.