Two exclusive Ducati track days announced

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By now you’ll have read the glowing reviews of the new 211bhp Ducati Panigale V4S and now here’s your chance to ride one. Not only that but on a UK Grand Prix circuit too!

How? Well, Ducati has announced two exclusive track days for Ducati owners only or for those hiring one of three models. The full GP circuits will be used at the recently refurbished Silverstone or Donington Park who play host on 31st May and 5th July respectively with both circuits adhering to a 108db noise limit – thankfully.

Operated by the California Superbike School who will not only provide leather and bike hire but also their expert rider coaches who will circulate during each track session and will be available to help with bike set-up or any riding advice required.

There will be several Ducati dealers attending bringing technical support as well as members of the Ducati UK team hosting the day.

For those who are riding, the price for each is £199 and that includes breakfast and lunch.

A unique feature of Ducati track days will be the chance to hire a Ducati to ride on track. For those who do not wish to take their own bike on track or would like to test ride a Ducati in a controlled environment then there is an opportunity to hire the new Panigale V4S, the 959 Panigale and the Supersport.  These can be reserved during the booking process. It is advisable to book early as there is a limited number of hire bikes available.

 

Hire Bikes (cost per day)

Supersport S

(£265)

Panigale 959

(£285)

PanigaleV4 S

(£365)

 

*Price of hire:

  • Includes fuel
  • Tyre usage

A £1,000 returnable damage deposit is required. Costs are limited to repairs, only if required. Session only prices on application.

To book your places at any of the above track days please contact California Superbike school 01327 855554

 

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