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Pramac reveals Lamborghini liveries for Italian MotoGP

Daniel Herrero

Friday 31st May, 2019 - 9:43am

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Pramac Racing’s new-look Ducatis pic: Pramac Racing MotoGP Twitter

Pramac Racing has shown off the Lamborghini liveries which will adorn the bikes of Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia in this weekend’s Italian MotoGP.

This year is the second in a row that Pramac has run the hues of the sportscar marque, with which Ducati shares a common parent in the Volkswagen Audi Group, for the Mugello round.

Once again each of its entries has a slightly different look to the other, with Miller’s #43 Desmosedici GP19 taking on a predominantly yellow look while Bagnaia’s #63 GP18 is mostly black.

The liveries were created by Centro Stile Lamborghini, just like last year’s version and also the standard Pramac livery for the 2019 season.

Meanwhile, Miller has played down the significance of his recent ‘Superbike’ outing, claiming that the Ducati he rode during the Barcelona Moto2/Moto3 test was only a road bike.

“It was just for training,” said the Queenslander in response to speculation in some quarters that he is eyeing a move to the Superbike World Championship.

“There was a lot of stuff in the media that it was like a World Superbike or something. The bike still has a horn on it, completely standard.

“It’s the same as (Valentino Rossi) does at Misano. Just go and do some laps, you know?

“The opportunity arose that the track was open, I could ride with the Moto2 and Moto3 guys, so why not?”

Miller has made clear his intent to move on from Pramac in 2020, but to the factory Mission Winnow Ducati team, a point acknowledged recently by Pramac Team Manager Francesco Guidotti.

Practice in Italy begins this evening (AEST).

pic: Pramac Racing MotoGP Twitter

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