For the true Ducatisti, a visit to Ducati Island during MotoGP is a must. These..
2011 Indy MotoGP
For the second and final time of 2011, the MotoGP Championship will descend on American Shores at the end of the month.
Round 12 of the MotoGP will occur at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Aug. 26-28, and the fourth edition of the Red Bull Indy GP is packed with new attractions for 2011.
For the 15th consecutive year, Ducati Island will return to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with a new layout and more attractions than ever.
Located on the island within the lagoon between turns two and three at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Ducati Island is open to all motorcycle enthusiasts and race fans in attendance.
Last weekend, in his first Indianapolis Grand Prix as a Ducati rider, American Nicky Hayden posted a season best third place; highlighting a Ducati centric weekend.
While everyone unable to attend saw the Nicky’s third place on TV, Ducati Island was the talk of the track, with countless festivities and revelry taking place. The highlight of the island activities was Ducati MotoGP rider Nicky Hayden receiving the surprise gift of his own personal Nicky Hayden Edition 848.
Ducati North America is proud to announce the return of its popular "Ducati Island" to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This year marks the second time the unique Ducati experience visits the legendary circuit. Located between turns one and two of the track, Ducati Island is open to all motorcycle enthusiasts.
Best of the Best
Ducati North America has proudly announced that the new class-leading Streetfighter has claimed victory with three distinguished awards; cementing its position as 2009’s best motorcycle. The Streetfighter took honors in Robb Report’s "Best of the Best", Motorcyclist’s "Motorcycle of the Year" awards and Cycle World’s "Ten Best."
Back for its thirteenth consecutive year, Ducati Island continues its tradition of being the premier race destination at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
A highlight of the Ducati experience at the legendary California circuit, Ducati Island is open to all motorcycle enthusiasts. On the Island, Ducatisti and race fans will experience special exhibits, partner vendors, autograph sessions, the legendary Ducati Fashion Show, a Wyotech bike build and much more.
Ducati Island celebrates its 13th consecutive year at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca during the Red Bull US Grand Prix, all the off-track excitement and hospitality offered uniquely by Ducati will continue to improve. Ducati will host Island events in 2009 at Daytona International Speedway, Miller Motorsports Park, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, and the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.
Ducati Island is motorcycle racing’s premier off-track experience. Ducati North America has expanded Ducati Island this year with more attractions and more opportunities for owners and fans alike to get involved.
Ducati North America is excited that, for the second year in a row, Ducati Island will be transplanted from its watery oasis at Laguna Seca to other premiere and world-level races across the Nation. As Ducati Island celebrates its 13th consecutive year at Laguna Seca Raceway during the Red Bull US Grand Prix, all the off-track excitement and hospitality offered uniquely by Ducati will continue to improve.
Ducati North America announces today the return of Ducati Island to the Miller Motorsports Park round of the world Superbike Championship; with the addition of the "Island Showdown" contest for Ducatisti who ride to the event.
This May 29-31st at Miller Motorsports Park, Ducati Island will feature a host of activities sure to entertain Ducatisti and race fans alike. Between the race action featuring Ducati World Superbike pilots Michel Fabrizio and Noriyuki Haga, Ducati Island promises to be the center of off track excitement. The schedule of events includes:
Ducati Island Returns to Daytona Bike Week Motorcycle Event.
After an extraordinary inaugural event, Ducati Island returns to Daytona International Speedway Ducati North America is delighted to announce the return of Ducati Island to Daytona International Speedway; with more to see than ever before.