Motorcycle Racing News World Ducati Week returns in fall 2010

World Ducati Week returns in fall 2010

Ducati North America is excited to announce the return of World Ducati Week, an exhilarating celebration of Italian motorcycle culture, set for September 2010 in Italy. The sixth World Ducati Week will be held at the Misano World Circuit on Italy’s Adriatic Coast.

Next fall marks the return of the highly-anticipated international gathering that brings Ducatisti and two wheel aficionados of all ages together to enjoy the motorcycle event of the year.

Held in Misano Adriatico, World Ducati Week will feature historic bike displays, custom contests, on-track action and plenty of surprises. These are just a few of the exciting activities planned during the four days of non-stop action for Ducati enthusiasts, be sure to mark your calendar.

Exact dates for the festivities will be announced shortly, as Ducati awaits the final 2010 MotoGP and World Superbike calendars to ensure maximum factory team and rider attendance.


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