VIDEO: Ducati reveals 2022 MotoGP livery
Monday 31st January, 2022 - 9:18pm
The Ducati Lenovo Team has revealed the livery which Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia will compete with in the 2022 MotoGP season.
The factory entered-Desmosedicis will run with a superficially similar look to that which they carried last year, with just subtle changes to the paintwork.
Test rider Michele Pirro has already returned to action, including in the Shakedown Test which started today at Sepang, while the race riders will have to wait until the first Official Test, from February 5 at the same circuit.
Miller’s involvement in that test is dependent on passing a PCR test for COVID-19, having announced earlier this month that he had become infected.
The Ducati Team was to have held its season launch on January 28 (CET) but that was postponed given the Queenslander’s inability to return to Europe due to isolation.
It will now take place on February 7, a day after the completion of the first Official Test.
The 2022 #Ducati Desmosedici GP bikes are ready to hit the track for the Shakedown Test and the @motogp Official #SepangTest in Malaysia! WATCH our TEAM LAUNCH on Monday, 7th February at 4pm (CET) to get to know more about the 2022 #DucatiLenovoTeam! #StayTuned #ForzaDucati pic.twitter.com/J8rfEv5a3j
— Ducati Corse (@ducaticorse) January 31, 2022