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About Ducati

Ducati provides motorcycles, racing motorcycles, spare parts, and accessories including jackets, suits, gloves, boots, helmets, protective garments, t-shirts, and caps. It is based in Bologna, Italy.

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Via Cavalieri Ducati 3

Bologna, 40132,


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Ducati Patents

Ducati has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Buses
  • Electrical engineering
  • Electrical generators
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Sport bikes, Cycle types, Buses, Standard motorcycles, Woven fabrics


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Sport bikes, Cycle types, Buses, Standard motorcycles, Woven fabrics



Latest Ducati News

Dominance of Alvaro Bautista and Ducati in World Superbike Championship a ‘wake-up call’, says Jonathan Rea

Nov 27, 2022

Jonathan Rea says the dominance of Alvaro Bautista and Ducati in this year’s World Superbike Championship was a “wake-up call”. Spain’s Bautista won 16 times on the Italian Panigale machine to seal his maiden title by 72 points from last year’s champion Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha). Ulsterman Rea was 27 points further back as he finished third in the standings. The 35-year-old ended his win drought last weekend at Phillip Island by claiming his sixth victory of the season in the opening race, well short of his strike rate in recent years. The record six-time champion is under no illusions over the challenge he faces in 2023 if he’s to land a magnificent seventh world crown, but Rea says he will return “with a bucket-load of motivation”. “The World Superbike Championship is in a really healthy place,” said Rea. “To race at the front is tough, to win races is tough. Toprak is certainly making a huge difference at Yamaha when you look around and see where the rest of the Yamahas are — he’s very strong. “Also my team-mate Alex (Lowes) did really good in the last races, he’s been very strong, so hopefully together we can really push our package of the Ninja ZX-10RR. “For sure, Ducati has been the reference this year — they’ve been a wake-up call for everyone that they need to improve. That combination of Alvaro and the bike — he’s had a phenomenal season,” added Rea. “2022 is all about him and whilst we can be satisfied with our year, we want to improve. “We’ll come back in 2023 with a bucket-load of motivation and try and go a bit better.” Rea paid tribute to his Kawasaki Racing Team after a hectic finish to the season, which included three successive fly-away rounds in Argentina, Indonesia and Australia. “I want to take this time to thank all my team and all the staff,” he said. “It’s been an incredibly busy last ten weeks and we’ve had six races or something like that, and it really takes a toll. “So hopefully they can all rest and recharge, and January and February will be busy with testing before we’re back [at Phillip Island] in no time.” Rea is set to return to action with team-mate Lowes as soon as Thursday and Friday, with a two-day test scheduled at Jerez in Spain. Two further tests are planned in the New Year at Jerez (January 25-26) and Portimao in Portugal (January 31-February 1), ahead of the first round of the championship at Phillip Island. The iconic circuit returns to its traditional slot as the season-opener on the 2023 calendar with an official two-day test from February 20-21 before the opening race weekend from February 24-26. Related topics

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Ducati Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Ducati founded?

    Ducati was founded in 1926.

  • Where is Ducati's headquarters?

    Ducati's headquarters is located at Via Cavalieri Ducati 3, Bologna.

  • What is Ducati's latest funding round?

    Ducati's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Ducati?

    Investors of Ducati include Lamborghini, InvestIndustrial and TPG Capital.

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