Vmoto Limited has announced an important sponsorship agreement with the Ducati Corse as the official supplier of electric scooters in the paddock for the MotoGP and Superbike (SBK) races in the 2022-2023 seasons.
This partnership underlines the excellence of a brand as Ducati, focusing on the important topic of environmental sustainability.
Ducati, based in Borgo Panigale, Italy, was founded in 1926 and is one of the most famous companies in the two-wheel sector. Ducati has produced some of the world’s most popular and attractive motorbikes and has a long track record in motorbike racing.
Ducati is officially involved in the MotoGP World Championship and the Superbike World Championship. In MotoGP, where it has participated since 2003, Ducati has won the Constructors’ title in 2007, 2020 and 2021; the Team title in 2007 and 2021; and was World Champion in the 2007 season, also achieving the Riders’ title. In Superbike it has won 17 Constructors’ titles and 14 Riders’ titles.
With this important agreement, Vmoto will be the official supplier of electric scooters for Ducati Corse in the MotoGP World Championship and Superbike World Championship events during the 2022-2023 seasons.
All riders of these competitions, including the technical team, will be moving around the paddock with Vmoto’s 100% electric, zero-emission scooters. Vmoto logos will be featured on the electric vehicles, trucks, in the box and in the hospitality of the two official teams in MotoGP and Superbike.
Graziano Milone, president of strategy and business development and chief marketing officer of Vmoto Limited, commented, “We are very proud to be the official supplier of electric scooters for Ducati Corse and are excited to participate in such a prestigious international motorbike event together with our partner, Ducati. Ducati has a long history in the two-wheeled industry and a great success in motorbike racing. This partnership has confirmed once again the performance and quality of our electric scooters.”
Charles Chen, CEO of Vmoto Limited, said: “I’m excited about this important collaboration, and we look forward to further projects. We believe that there are many synergies between Vmoto and Ducati in the field of urban mobility.”