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Ducati sold to Audi for 860 million euros?

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Realist

April 21, 2012 4:46 AM

@ shamarone

He/she won't show. It's easier to perpetuate a fallacy than it is to go out and gain some perspective. Like I mentioned earlier, there are a TON of Ducati's at every track day I attend. Ducati's are common, but the more rare bikes are KTM's (not owned by the org/control riders), Aprilia's and MV's.

shamarone

April 21, 2012 4:54 AM

re: "Ducati doesn't use race wins or champions to promote their brand because their customers aren't likely to know anything about that."

OMG why do i only get one stab at the disagree button. :rolleyes: please tell me this an attempt at sarcasm...?

re: "I rarely have seen Ducati's at even a track day and when I have it is usually only once and the rider is intimidated by the thought of abusing their bike in that manner and never comes back."

far less abuse than what occured winning 28 championships in the past 22 years...??? my mis-informed friend you have a standing invitation to my trackday coming up may 7th. bring a camera, a pad and pencil. there will be a test.

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