MotoGP: Pecco Bagnaia and Enea Bastianini unveil 2024 Ducati livery

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Pecco Bagnaia and Enea Bastianini have revealed the 2024 Ducati Lenovo MotoGP livery during a special presentation in Madonna di Campliglio, Italy.

The presentation forms part of the special Campioni in Pista event held by Ducati Corse, with the iconic red livery slightly different this season thanks to a fluorescent graphic detailing across the bike.

The graphic is a lighter shade of red compared to the base colour of the bike, and can be seen on the side fairings, tail and on the front fairing behind each rider’s number. The graphic “recalls the curve in the Ducati logo” and can also be seen on the World Superbike Panigale V4 machines.

Pecco Bagnaia and Enea Bastianini with the 2024 Ducati livery

Bagnaia will once again run the number one plate after securing his second consecutive title in 2023. Given the design change, the number one is now black rather than red. The fluorescent red design is also visable on both factory Ducati rider’s leathers.

“I’m thrilled to kick off my fourth season with the Ducati Lenovo Team,” Bagnaia said. “The last test in Valencia provided positive feedback, giving us a solid foundation for the upcoming season’s development work. I’m eager to hit the track and pick up where we left off.

“It’s bound to be a challenging season, but we’re ready to face it with our usual determination. As a close-knit team, we’ll give our best to aim for the Championship once again.”

Enea Bastianini will once again run number 23

Meanwhile, Bastianini’s number 23 design changes from pink to white, against to work with the new design of the front fairing. The Italian’s first campaign as a factory rider was hampered severely by injuries, but he was able to bag one victory at Sepang, Malaysia.

“2023 was a challenging year, and I look forward to redeeming myself in the upcoming season,” Bastianini said. “We have an exciting 2024 ahead of us. Despite participating in only a few Grands Prix last year, I’ve learned valuable lessons that I’ll carry into the new season.

“I have great confidence in my team, and I know we have all the potential to do well. I can’t wait to hit the track and start the new season.”

Ducati head into the 2024 season with the unprecedented possibility of claiming a hat-trick of MotoGP and WorldSBK titles. Alongside the factory team, Ducati one again as three further teams, each capable of podiums and race wins.

The new fluorescent graphic detailing

Jorge Martin and Franco Morbidelli will represent the Pramac Racing team and will ride the 2024 Desmosedici, whilst Marc and Alex Marquez (Gresini Racing), as well as Marco Bezzecchi and Fabio di Giannantonio (VR46) will all ride the GP23.

All eight MotoGP riders will return to action at the Sepang Test on February 6-8. This is followed by the two-day test in Qatar on February 19-20, with the season opener scheduled for March 8-10 at the Lusail International Circuit.

Alongside MotoGP, Ducati Corse also unveiled the WorldSBK Racing Team livery with Alvaro Bautista and Nicolo Bulega, as well as its new off-road Motocross project. Nine-time Motocross World Champion Toni Cairoli and Alessandro Lupin will ride the bikes, whilst Paolo Ciabatti has also been named as the General Manager.