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Dates Announced for World Ducati Week 2012 - Web Exclusive

The event attracts increasingly large attendance, with people who enjoy its high-powered fun and community spirit.

Greg Emmerson
Dec 1, 2011

In an announcement made at the recent Milan International Motorcycle Show, the dates and location for the World Ducati Week 2012 are now confirmed for Ducati fans all over the world. It will be held on June 21-24, 2012 at Misano circuit in Italy.

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First organised in 1998, WDW brings together Ducati fans from all over the world to celebrate their passion for the legendary Italian-made motorcycles.

The event attracts increasingly large attendance, with people who enjoy its high-powered fun and community spirit. A record attendance of 60,000 fans from 28 countries and five continents was recorded at the last event in 2010.

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WDW2012 will follow the tried and tested formula of race track events, shows, top riders, competitions and great music.

For further information visit www.ducati.com

Sources

Ducati
Cupertino, CA 95014
408-253-0499
http://www.ducati.com/od/ducatinorthamerica
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