Everybody to Mugello screaming #forzaducati!

In what has become a tradition, during the first weekend in June the world of MotoGP comes to Mugello for the first of the two Italian races.

For Ducati it's the home track, since it's just 100 km away from the factory in Bologna, but it's also the track where the days of motorcycle development are frequently held. Mugello needs no presentation as it is considered by all to be one of the most beautiful tracks on the calendar, and its ups and downs and tight corners always make the races competitive. Furthermore, it is one of the circuits with the highest top speeds, where the Desmosedici GP was able to set a speed record. 

As always with the Italian rounds, racing alongside Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci will also be Michele Pirro as a rider o f the Test Team. Michele is coming off two days of testing in Mugello in mid-May and is ready to put on a good show for his fans.

For all the fans, Dovizioso, Petrucci, Pirro and the other riders competing on their Desmosedici GP bikes, the irrevocable appointment is at the Ducati Grandstand that, like every year since 2003, will be at the Correntaio curve. In addition to the usual services that the grandstand can offer, like a dedicated parking lot for motorcycles and coat check, the riders will also stop by to greet the fans on Sunday morning, immediately after the end of the Warm Up session.