Gresini Racing to extend Ducati partnership

Deal gives Italian brand eight bikes on MotoGP grid next season.

MotoGP team Gresini Racing has announced an extension of their partnership with Ducati until at least the end of 2025.


  • Gresini Racing to remain a Ducati Independent Team
  • Deal confirms Ducati will have eight bikes on the MotoGP grid next season


Gresini Racing first partnered with Ducati in 2022, with then-driver Enea Bastianini finishing third in the World Championship that season. Alex Márquez is currently in ninth place in this year’s drivers’ standings, with his best race result being a podium finish in Argentina.


“We are delighted to continue to have the Gresini Racing MotoGP team in the Ducati family for two more seasons,” said Gigi Dall’Igna, general manager for Ducati Corse.

“They are an extremely professional outfit and, over the years, have shown that they have the potential to aspire to great results.”

Coming next:

The motorcycle racing series next heads to Austria, with the race to take place on 20th August.

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