OFFICIAL: Franco Morbidelli races with Pramac Ducati 2024

OFFICIAL: Franco Morbidelli races with Pramac Ducati 2024
OFFICIAL: Franco Morbidelli races with Pramac Ducati 2024
-- – Today, September 18 2023, ahead of the debut of the Indian MotoGP, Pramac Racing Ducati made an announcement to the public, namely that Franco Morbidelli will race with Prima Pramac Racing Ducati in 2024.

Franco Morbidelli has signed an agreement with Ducati that will place the Italian rider in the Prima Pramac Racing Team for 2024 alongside Jorge Martin, both of whom will ride the Desmosedici GP24. 2020 MotoGP World Champion, 2017 Moto2 World Champion and 2013 European Superstock 600 Champion, Franco Morbidelli will bring the Italian flag back to the Pramac team garage three seasons after Pecco Bagnaia.

Paolo Campinoti – Team Principal Prima Pramac Racing: “I am very happy that Franco will join our family in 2024: I have a very good relationship with him, who has proven to be a champion on many occasions. I am sure that in our team he will find the right conditions to again fight for the position he deserves.”

Gino Borsoi – Prima Pramac Racing Team Manager: “It is an honor to have the opportunity to work with a champion like Franco: I really believe in him and his talent. I am sure he will feel very comfortable in our team and together we will be able to achieve great results.

Luigi Dall’Igna – General Director of Ducati Corse: “It is an honor for us to welcome Franco Morbidelli to our factory-backed Pramac Racing team for the next racing season, driving an official Desmosedici GP. Franco is a very talented and experienced rider and on more than one occasion he has shown that he is strong and fast: it is no coincidence that in 2020 he was runner-up to World Champion in MotoGP, winning three GPs. We are sure that, together with the Pramac Racing team and with our support, he will be able to show his maximum potential. We can’t wait to face this exciting new adventure together.”

The article is in Indonesian

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