You could own a piece of MotoGP history

Ducati Corse have launched a memorabilia project giving fans the chance to own a piece of a MotoGP bike’s engine, as used in the championship

Ducati GP15 camshaft

DUCATI CORSE, the racing arm of the Ducati business, is offering fans of MotoGP and the red bikes from Bologna the chance to own a piece of MotoGP history this winter!

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The Ducati Memorabilia project gives enthusiasts the chance to own a piece of MotoGP history, in the form of some of the internal parts from their GP14 and GP15 MotoGP and World Superbike motorcycles.

The first batch of parts is the business end of the Ducati GP bike’s engine, in the form of the piston, camshaft and conrods from Ducati’s 250bhp MotoGP machines.

Each of the items is presented in a protective plexiglass box, something we’d have to tell ourselves not to open up if we owned one! Along with the case, there’s a certificate of authenticity signed by none other than Ducati CEO, and newly crowned Mayor of Motor Valley, Claudio Domenicali.

Along with the certificate of authenticity, each part comes with a technical description, giving the owner of the item an idea of the bike it was used within, the season it raced and the rider that piloted the machine.

As you’d expect from one-off pieces such as this, no mention of the price is listed on the press release as yet. And as the saying goes: ‘If you have to ask the price, you probably can’t afford it anyway!’ We certainly can’t…

Availability is limited so if you want to be the owner of a rather sweet piece of coffee table furniture, best have a word with your local Ducati dealer!

Memorabilia items can be purchased at the Ducati Store in Borgo Panigale, at Ducati dealerships and, from 2020, also online at