World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

If you own a Ducati and you haven’t heard of World Ducati Week, shame on you. If you’ve heard of it and couldn’t make it this year, this is what you missed.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

65.000 people in the circuit over the three days 
• 10.192 the laps on the track – combined bikes and cars

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.


• 72.000 photographs taken by the WDW photo team 
• 56 countries represented 

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.


• 200 meters of along the Racetrack BBQ “rustida” on the track
• 25 Ducati Directors and 60 lifeguards from the Romagna beach cooked and served piadinas and sausage for everybody 

 

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.


• 58 different activities on the track over the 3 days
An unending Big red snake of Ducati motorcycles in the parade on the Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” and along the beach front roads to Riccione (18,20 minutes to go down the track) 

 

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.


• 600 participants in more than 13.000 quiz (all about Ducati) over the three days of the WDW2014 Treasure Hunt
• 7.000 live contributions on wdwlive.ducati.com 

 

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.


• 11 world championship titles in the Diavel Drag Race by Tudor (4 WSBK, 2 Susperstock, 2 Supersport, 2 Motomondiale 125, 1 Motomondiale 250) + 4 italian titles (2 Superstock e 2 Superbike)

 

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.


• more than 700 test rides of the Ducati Monster 821
• 118 D.O.C. Presidents from 26 countries

 

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

• 38 hours of WDWTV broadcast
• 360 minutes of live streaming on the official Ducati youtube channel

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

World Ducati Week 2014 in numbers.

We sent SuperBike magazine dep ed Chris Northover out to enjoy the party and come back with a story, check out the next issue of SuperBike magazine, if Chris ever comes home…

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