Ducati partners with Silverstone to supply Panigale V4s for track days

Ducati have announced a partnership with Silverstone to supply the British track with bikes for its two-wheeled track days. 

Fabrizio Cazzoli, Stuart Pringle and two Panigale V4s at Silverstone. - Ducati Media

DUCATI and Silverstone are partnering up to mean that the Italian manufacturer will be supplying the British track with bikes for its motorcycle track days. 

Silverstone will be receiving 20 Ducati Panigale V4s for its two-wheeled track days, which will be able to be used by instructors for one-to-one tuition, as well as for sighting laps. 

The partnership between Ducati and Silverstone will also involve the Ducati Riding Experience Racetrack Academy, which are “training courses that give expert Ducati tuition for those that want to enjoy the thrill of the track,” according to Ducati. 

Ducati UK’s Managing Director, Fabrizio Cazzoli, said, “Since 2003, more than 20,000 motorcyclists from all over the world have chosen the Ducati experience to improve their riding. Now this experience is elevating to another level thanks to the partnership between Ducati and Silverstone.

“We will develop riding experiences specifically tailored for the skills of the participants and we will culminate with the Ducati Riding Experience Racetrack Academy, a program for those who want to feel the thrill of the track under the guidance of the best instructors in the world,” Cazzoli continued. 

The Managing Director of Silverstone, Stuart Pringle, added, “Our Bike Track Days are renowned for offering riders the ultimate track experience and with Ducati powering these days, riders will have the chance to have a close look at the Panigale V4 and see how it can perform on track in the hands of our expert instructors. 

“We’re dedicated to delivering outstanding, thrilling, experiences and want to deliver the very best track days,” Pringle added.
You can find out more about Silverstone’s bike track days, including prices and available dates, on their website, here.