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Ducati India announced first DIRC for 2019

Performance bike maker Ducati announced their first Ducati India Race Cup (DIRC). The race will be held alongside the season finale of Volkswagen Ameo Cup 2019. These races will be held in October 2019 at Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida.

Ducati collaborated with Volkswagen Motorsports India for the above-said race. Moreover, it will be the first time that DIRC will be held alongside Volkswagen’s Ameo Cup.

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Sergi Canovas, M.D. of Ducati India said, “In 2018, Ducati showcased its racing DNA by winning at the JK Tyre National Superbike Racing Championship and now, Ducati is proud to bring its very own one-make race along with Volkswagen Motorsport India. This year, we are also looking to organize not just another DRE Track day but are also working on having certified DRE instructors in India itself so that they can provide individual training to keen Ducati riders before the race. Ducati India is thankful to Volkswagen Motorsports India for this collaboration.”

DIRC will be held in October 2019

Sirish Vissa, Head of Volkswagen Motorsport India added “The Volkswagen Group with its diverse portfolio offers us opportunities to collaborate within the brands and come up with racing properties that cater to a wider audience. I am glad that we are taking the first step towards creating a power-packed event along with Ducati India and really looking forward to working on many more events in the future.”

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DIRC will bring an opportunity for Ducati owners to ride on the track and experience the potential of their bikes. This will inspire budding racers and will help in developing the motorsports scenario in India. The qualifying race and final race will be held on 5th and 6th October 2019.

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Registrations will be open for the Panigale and SuperSport owners for the inaugural season in 2019. More details, eligibility criteria along will registration forms will be available at Ducati’s Indian website shortly.

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