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The curtain finally rose for Alma Pramac Racing: the transmission conducted by Guido Meda at the Sky Sport 24 headquarters in Milan hosted the presentation of the new livery of the Ducati Desmosedici GP by Alma Pramac designed by the Lamborghini Style Center.
The design of the new livery of the Ducati Desmosedici GP by Jack Miller (who will drive the 2019 version) and Francesco Bagnaia (riding the 2018 version) was illustrated and explained by Mitja Borkert, director of the Lamborghini Style Center.
PAOLO CAMPINOTI (ALMA PRAMAC RACING TEAM PRINCIPAL)
"In 2018 we achieved a great result by winning the title of" Best Independent Team ". With the confirmation of Jack Miller, who will have the official Ducati, and the great talent of the Moto2 World Champion Francesco Bagnaia, we aim in the 2019 season to confirm us on very important levels. We are also proud to face this new adventure with the fantastic liveries designed by the Lamborghini Style Center, certain that they can create a winning combination with the Ducati Desmosedici GP. For our team it is a source of deep satisfaction to be an ambassador in the world of two brands so important in Made in Italy ”.
MITJA BORKERT (DIRECTOR OF THE LAMBORGHINI STYLE CENTER)
“The Style Center team and I are great MotoGP fans and it was a great pleasure for us to contribute to the implementation of this project carried out together with Pramac. The livery design of the Ducati Desmosedici GP is inspired by the colors of the Alma Pramac Racing team and conveys the spirit of the team full of determination and desire to win. "
FRANCESCO GUIDOTTI (ALMA PRAMAC RACING TEAM MANAGER)
"What is about to begin will be one of the most exciting seasons for our team. Jack and Pecco have shown during the tests that they have everything they need to get important results. Our task will be to work to the maximum of our potential to put the pilots in the condition to be able to give us great satisfaction "