The “Anatomy of speed” exhibition opens to the public on Thursday 30th May at the Ducati Museum. It will be dedicated to the aerodynamic studies carried out by Ducati Corse over the years in Moto GP to improve the performance of its motorbikes.
The “Anatomy of Speed” is a temporary exhibition that focuses on aerodynamics intended as technological content developed in MotoGP for the pursuit of maximum performance: aerodynamics, therefore, as a fundamental component at the core of the concept of Performance through which Ducati expresses its excellence.
The exhibition journey begins with the principles that define the concept of aerodynamics according to Ducati and guide its engineering development. It then concentrates on the studies and solutions developed over the years in the racing field, narrating them through photos, videos, information and by displaying some of the fairings used by Ducati in MotoGP.
An important part of the exhibition is also dedicated to the story of Ducati's commitment to transfer the know-how developed in the racing field to the mass-produced product, through innovative solutions that make the Borgo Panigale motorcycles both technological and high-performing vehicles.
The “Anatomy of Speed” exhibition will remain open until Tuesday 8th October.