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GP Week : Issue 207
MOTOGP >>> nEWs Six DucATiS fOR 2015 Ducati is looking to expand its MotoGP effort to six bikes next year. It appears that the additional commitment will be accommodated by the spanish- based Avintia team, which currently runs two Kawasaki-based Open class entries for Hector Barbera to Mike di Meglio. Ducati currently provides three of its GP14 machines for Ducati Corse (Andrea Dovizioso and Cal Crutchlow) and Pramac Racing (Andrea Iannone). Pramac’s other entry, which is ridden by Yonny Hernandez (pictured) is a year-old GP13, and this is the model that will be applied to the new entries. “The basis of the bikes for Avintia will be the latest spec machinery from the our official team after an evolution will arrive in Indianapolis or Brno,” explained Ducati boss Paolo Ciabatti. “It is a good opportunity for Ducati and for Avintia. As we have seen this year with Yonny Hernandez, he has still been able to do good things with the 2013 bike, so the 2014 version can go even better. And apart from the bikes in Avintia they will have two electronic engineers in the box to oversee the work on the Desmosedici.” 17 GPWEEK.com // 17 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: