Ducati Press Release: Desmosedici GP15 To Be Launched Online On Monday, 16th February

Ducati Corse today issued the following press release, containing details of their planned unveiling of the 2015 Desmosedici in Bologna, and how to watch it live online:


New Ducati Desmosedici GP15 to be presented next Monday

The Ducati Team to take part in the 2015 MotoGP World Championship will be presented on Monday 16 February at 11am at the Ducati Auditorium in Borgo Panigale.

During the event, which has been organized in collaboration with Telecom Italia, the 2015 sporting activities will be presented and the team’s official riders Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone will pull the wraps off the highly-awaited Desmosedici GP15.

The entire presentation can be viewed in live streaming on the Ducati website (www.ducati.com), on the mobile phone platform www.timrace.it and on TIM’s Facebook pages. The event can also be followed on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #TIMDucati.

Don’t miss this appointment with the passion and excitement of the world of Ducati, in anticipation of seeing the new GP15 for the first time in action during the next official MotoGP test session, scheduled for Sepang from 23 to 26 February.

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Ducati have had many riders over the last few years who've given their feedback as to the way forward, it's a shame it's taken this long & the fallouts, to get to where we are!
I do hope this is the revision that we've all been waiting for!

Very VERY interested to see this bike, even more interested to see how it performs at the end of this month in Sepang. Huge expectations, but as we all know, the first iterations of brand new bikes always take a little while.

I'm really hopeful though, I've been one of the biggest nae-sayers with regards to the attitude Ducati Corse have had over the past few years. Because it's frustrating for the fans. We all wanna see a good fight, and to my un-educated view point, we were being denied that because the guys at the factory knew best. I'm sure they know a LOT, but the attitude sucked. The piece Matt Oxley (I think) wrote about it all spoke volumes.

I am looking forwards to seeing what will get wheeled out also, I'm going to keep saying this, bravo to Dovi for the work he's put in since joining Ducati, professionalism personified.