The 2022 Ducati Lenovo Team presented online - GADGET-INNOVATIONS

The 2022 Ducati Lenovo Team presented online

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  • The Ducati Lenovo Team is ready to embark on its 20th MotoGP season
  • For the first time in MotoGP, the livery of the factory team's Desmosedici GP 22 bikes will be in the original "Ducati red" colour
  • Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding: "The new Ducati Red livery of the Desmosedici GP 22 bikes is a testimony of the ever-closer bond between the bikes we develop for track racing and the ones that every Ducatista can buy".
  • Francesco Bagnaia and Jack Miller, in their second year with the factory Ducati team, aim to clinch the MotoGP World Championship title in 2022





The Ducati Lenovo Team has officially launched its new racing season, presenting the team that will participate in the 2022 MotoGP World Championship, the 20th season for the Borgo Panigale based squad in the premier class. The video has been shared on Ducati and Ducati Corse's social media platforms and broadcasted simultaneously on the official Ducati and MotoGP websites and YouTube channels.



In the video, the voice narrating is that of passion which, combined with talent, skill, dedication and determination, is one of the secret ingredients of the team that has been flying the Italian flag proudly at circuits around the world for 20 years. In addition, the video also retraces last year's best moments, like the teams' and manufacturers' titles victories and the successes achieved by Francesco Bagnaia (2021 MotoGP runner-up with nine podiums and four wins) and Jack Miller (fourth in the Championship last year with five podiums including two wins). Both riders will continue to wear the colours of the factory Ducati team in 2022 for the second consecutive season.



The video also shows the behind-the-scenes images of the painting process of the 2022 bikes fairings, which will be in a new shade this year. For the first time since joining the MotoGP grid, the Desmosedici GP machines will be painted in the iconic "Ducati red", the same colour that distinguishes the production bikes made by the Borgo Panigale based manufacturer. The new liveries were unveiled on 31st January, ahead of the bikes' debut on the track, which took place on 5th and 6th February during the pre-season testing in Malaysia.



In 2022, the Ducati Lenovo Team will continue to benefit from the valuable support of its title partner Lenovo, a global technology leader in devices, services, infrastructure and solutions. Thanks to its smarter technologies, Lenovo has been fundamental in enabling the team to achieve last season's success. In 2022, Lenovo will continue to work closely with the Ducati Corse technical staff to consolidate and advance the "Remote Garage" project that allows engineers to receive data from the bike in real-time and interact with the garage while working remotely.



After Sepang, the Ducati Lenovo Team riders will return to the track from 11th-13th February for three days of testing at the brand new Mandalika Street Circuit in Lombok (Indonesia). The first race of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship, which now sees twenty-one GPs confirmed, will be held from 4th-6th March - as usual at night - at the Losail International Circuit in Doha (Qatar).