Sport is a passion that will never live us! It was born just a few years ago and has since then grown as a constant commitment and supported by the whole group.
This is the strong connection that has permitted Pramac to become a part of the MotoGP world championship. The passion that has always distinguished the company founded in 1966 in Casole d'Elsa and that had became a multinational leader in the field of energy and movement thanks to innovative and dynamic ideas, including the choice to link its brand to prestigious and important companies such as Ducati for the past 10 years. The biggest challenge started with the premier class of MotoGP back in 2002, becoming the owner of a motorbike team. Tetsuya Harada, Makoto Tamada, the corsair Max Biaggi and the rider with the highest number of presence in MotoGP, the Brazilian Alex Barros, are some of the biggest names who have helped to bring up the company name. All great riders who were the protagonists of the history of the World Championship on two wheels, the most important and famous championship. This year the Pramac Racing Team, the only Factory supported Team of the championship, has a special Italian-Colombian duo with Andrea Iannone and Yonny Hernandez. They had race booth on the Ducati Desmosedici GP14. In fact the group spirit is to compete with ever-changing scenery, animated by motives and impulses that are close to company philosophy and that help supporting its business with conviction and determination, because "it is always a new exciting challenge, full of dreams and passion".
Paolo Campinoti, Pramac CEO, is the creator of many of the initiatives dedicated to the sports world: "We did the first step towards the sports world in 2002, we were unready at that moment that we jump in this big adventure of being a MotoGP team owner. Then we found out an exciting world, very challenging, 100% consistent with the philosophy of our company. We grew up and we got the first results thanks to the big names that have raced for us."
Pramac is synonymous of challenge, competition, and desire to get in the game with the objective to overcome and past results, always.