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MotoGP Indianapolis: Ducati and Avintia - PIC

Spanish-based Avintia Racing are rumoured to be switching to Ducati MotoGP machinery for 2015.

Avintia team members can be seen here in discussion with Ducati's Paolo Ciabatti at Indianapolis.

If Avintia does complete a deal, there would be six Desmosedicis on next year's grid - two at the official team, two at Pramac and two at Avintia.

However only the factory team of Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone may have the re-designed GP15 model.


Tagged as: Ducati , Avintia

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