Ducati Grandstands set for 2013 MotoGP season

    Ducati Grandstands 2013 will roar into action under the floodlights of Qatar on 7 April, the highly-anticipated season opener

    Published On Mar 06, 2013 01:54:00 PM

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    Ducati Grandstands set for 2013 MotoGP season

    As the 2013 MotoGP season warms-up for the opening race of the year, preparations for Ducati Grandstands move into full swing ready for fans to support full-factory Ducati Team riders, Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden and factory-supported Pramac Racing Team riders, Andrea Iannone and Ben Spies.
     
    Helping to inject Ducati passion into the series since 2003, Ducati Grandstands 2013 will roar into action under the floodlights of Qatar on 7 April, the highly-anticipated season opener.
    The brand-new Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, USA will host the next Ducati Grandstand on 21 April, an event almost certain to be buzzing with local support for Ben Spies aboard his Pramac Racing Team Ducati Desmosedici GP13.
     
    These first events will set the standard for Ducatisti to arrive en masse for the “home” Italian races of Mugello and Misano, before continuing around the world to tracks such as Le Mans, Assen, Laguna Seca, Silverstone, Valencia and the Sachsenring in Germany.
     
    Ducati offer fans the opportunity to experience the thrill of a live Grand Prix and, with the “grandstand kit” of T-shirt and flag, the chance to paint the world’s most famous racetracks red with Ducati passion. Lucky ticket-holders will gain one of the best viewpoints on the racetrack and enjoy the additional benefits of reserved bike parking and secure storage to check-in riding gear.
     
    All Ducati Grandstand information, including details on how to purchase tickets is available in the “Experience” section of the official Ducati.com website or the national Ducati websites of participating countries. Visit www.ducati.com for more info.

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