For the lucky few, the opportunity to own a Scrambler or Monster from one of the most desirable motorcycle brands in the world is enough. Narrow those numbers down some more, and you’ll have the luckier few who have bought and taken home Ducati’s flagship superbike, the Panigale V4, and take it out on rides on weekends or trackdays.
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful bikes of this generation, and definitely on the top of lists for those who want their dream motorcycle, the Panigale V4 is the ultimate expression of Ducati. Extremely fast, agile, and filled to the brim with technology, bringing riders closer to the limit than ever before. How fitting it is, then, that Ducati Philippines has decided to bring the Panigale V4 Experience to Clark International Speedway on November 21 to 23, 2018, and has chosen a group of media riders to get to try out the Panigale V4 in its own environment. The icing on the cake is that Ducati PH has also made the first day of the event, the 21st of November, an open track day for 400cc and up motorcycles from different brands.
That’s not all, however, as joining the three day event is Ducati MotoGP rider and World Superbike Champion Carlos Checa, European Women’s Supersport champion Rebecca Bianchi, and Ducati World Superbike Stock 1000 riders Federico Sandi and TJ Alberto. The track sessions will be supervised by Ducati Riding Experience Lead Technical Manager Dario Marchetti. World class racers and instructors will be sharing the track and the pit lane with motorcyclists who decide to attend this event, and a nominal fee of P1,500 gets you track time, food and beverage, and an event shirt.
Make sure to bring approved safety gear such as properly rated helmets, leather suits, racing gloves, and ankle high race boots as safety is a top priority. What better way to spend a few days of the week than at the track with motorcycles and racing heroes.
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