Forza Dovi, forza Ducati

The Ducati Team arrives in Valencia after a spectacular double win in Sepang 15 days ago. Forza Dovi! Forza Ducati! #forzaducati #finoallafine
Aside from the mathematical combinations that could award him the title, it must be said that this season has represented a turning point for the Ducati Team. The Desmosedici GP reached the level of competitiveness that was expected of it, and even Dovizioso after his win 12 months ago precisely in Sepang was able to change pace, becoming aggressive and solid in all conditions. Certainly during the season there have been a few missteps, but the consistency with which DesmoDovi was able to bring his Ducati across the finish line at the top of the standings is quite impressive, especially when you count his six outright wins. To be realistic, a good bit of luck would be needed to achieve top honours, and the rider from Forlì has already had his fair share this year, but whatever happens on Sunday evening we will still be celebrating an exciting season. A season that has also been positive for Jorge Lorenzo, who having returned to top form will want to stand out in front of his home fans. With regard to team standings, Ducati has a chance to score second place in the constructors' rankings, another sign of the fantastic work done by Engineer Dall'Igna and the whole MotoGP racing division.

Andrea and Jorge will also be able to count on the support of numerous Ducati fans who will turn curve 2 of the Valencia track red. The tickets have been sold out for a long time now, especially considering Ducati's great year, so the sea of red at the Valencia track will be spectacular.

Whether in the stands in Valencia or in front of the TV, for all Ducatistas it will be an exciting Sunday cheering on Dovi, Jorge and the Ducati Team for this long-awaited event #forzaducati #finoallafine