During the presentation, Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding, unveiled the new Desmosedici GP bikes “all red” that Jack Miller, 26, from Australia, and Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia, 24, from Torino (Italy), will ride in his first season as official riders for Borgo Panigale’s team.
Ducati’s iconic red color predominates again in the colors of the two bikes, where the Lenovo logo also stands out.
Lenovo was announced as “Title Partner” of the Italian team with a three-year contract, and the team, starting this year, will be called Ducati Lenovo Team.
Jack Miller (# 43, Ducati Lenovo Team): “The emotions I felt when I saw my Desmosedici all red and wearing my new suit for the first time were incredible! I have yet to realize that I will be part of the official Ducati team this year. getting here and finally being “in the red” gives me a great feeling of satisfaction, but also the right motivation to continue working with commitment and dedication towards my future goals. I am looking forward to this new adventure and I will try to obtain some important results in this season”.
Francesco Bagnaia (# 63, Ducati Lenovo Team): “This will be a significant season for me because, for the first time, I will be wearing the colors of an official team. I am proud to have achieved this first goal, and this year I will bet on results even better. It has always been my dream to be part of the official Ducati Team. I will do my best not to disappoint expectations. I am sure I have everything I need to be competitive from the start and aim high “.
Anyway, the 2021 MotoGP season currently has 19 Grand Prix confirmed, and will officially start on March 5 in Qatar with a test day reserved for rookies and test riders.