Ducati says “this terrific line-up of four riders, with an impressive array of titles, experience and talent behind them, will meet and greet the Campiglio crowds and together they are ready to represent Ducati in a MotoGP season that promises to be interesting and full of excitement.”Following the riders introduction, Ducati management will host a press conference on Wednesday. The highlight of this conference will be Ducati Corse’s new General Manager, Bernhard Gobmeier, who will illustrate the plans for the 2013 MotoGP racing season.And as tradition, the newest MotoGP machine will be unveiled. This year will be a historical unveiling, considering four Desmosedici GP13 prototypes will be presented – the GP13s that will be piloted by Ducati Team’s Hayden and Dovizioso, and the GP13s that will be piloted by Pramac’s Spies and Iannone.And on Friday, the traditional Kart races will take place on Madonna di Campiglio’s frozen lake, pitting the MotoGP riders against Scuderia Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa. During last year’s Wrooom event, former Ducati Team rider Valentino Rossi was the victor.
The famed F1 and MotoGP Press Ski Meeting, which runs from Jan. 14 through 18, symbolically kicks off both championships. And in 2013, Wrooom will feature the Scuderia Ferrari F1 team, and the Ducati Team and Ducati-factory supported Team Pramac.Ducati Team riders Nicky Hayden and newly-signed Andrea Dovizoso will arrive Monday, and will host their first-official press conference of 2013 MotoGP on Tuesday morning. Joining Hayden and Dovi on Tuesday afternoon will be “special guests” at Wrooom – Team Pramac riders Ben Spies and Andrea Iannone.