WSBK » Althea Ducati expands to two bikes for home round

The top three riders in the CIV Italian Superbike series - Matteo Baiocco, Alessandro Polita and Federico Sandi - will all race as World Superbike wild-cards at Imola.

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September 21, 2011 5:41 PM

@RawDawg... Ducati just seem to be hitting a lot of trouble now... which is sad to see.

I hope for next year they can sort their MotoGP bike into a winner and also sort out the new 1199.

It's good to see these new wild cards as it'll bulk up the grid a bit more as it's been quite slim this year.

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