Ducati Press Release: Filippo Preziosi To Leave Ducati On Health Grounds
Ducati Motor Holding today issued the following press release, announcing that former head of Ducati Corse Filippo Preziosi is to step down from his position on health grounds:
Engineer Filippo Preziosi resigns from Ducati Motor Holding
- For reasons of poor health, Filippo Preziosi has taken the decision to resign his position
- The company thanks him for 19 years of outstanding professional service
- The now vacant position of Ducati Motor Holding Director of R&D to be announced
Borgo Panigale, (Bologna, Italy) 28 February 2013 - Engineer, Filippo Preziosi, has communicated his intention to resign from his position at Ducati Motor Holding.
Declaring reasons of poor health related to his particular physical condition, Preziosi’s resignation was accepted by Ducati, saddened and disappointed to lose such an accomplished and strategic member of staff. The company respectfully acknowledges the 45-year old Italian’s decision and thanks him for his significant contribution during his 19 years with Ducati, 12 of which were within Ducati Corse.
Previously occupying the role of General Manager of Ducati Corse, Preziosi, was appointed Director of Research and Development of Ducati Motor Holding at the end of 2012 and was to start his new role after a period of rest. An announcement of the successor to this strategic role, now left vacant by the resignation, will be communicated in due course.
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