Pramac will be title sponsor of GermanGP MotoGP™ and celebrates its German branch's 25th anniversary
Once again Pramac links its name to MotoGP™ and becomes title sponsor of one of the most fascinating rounds of the 2018 season. After sponsoring the Grand Prix in China in 2008 and the Australian GP in 2015, the company from Casole d'Elsa (Siena), world-leading in the production and supply of power generation systems and material handling equipment (Stackers, Pallet Trucks), will be again title sponsor of a MotoGP™ event, this time in Germany where on July 15th the Pramac Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland will be staged . It will also be an opportunity to celebrate 25 years of activity of the German branch of Pramac based in Stuttgart. A energy weekend for the Pramac group in close contact with the Alma Pramac Racing team that will line up on the starting grid of the GermanGP with the Ducati Desmosedici GPs of Danilo Petrucci and Jack Miller.
Paolo Campinoti (Pramac CEO, Team Principal Alma Pramac Racing)
"We are proud to link once again the name of Pramac to MotoGP™. We do this with great passion in every Grand Prix of the season thanks to the work and results of our Alma Pramac Racing team and it is therefore a source of satisfaction, as well as a great privilege, to be the title sponsor of the next Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland. Germany represents a very important market for Pramac also thanks to the deep-rooted presence fed by our Stuttgart branch, which is celebrating its 25th year of activity. It will be a weekend of meeting and work for the Pramac group with the hope that it can also be a further incentive for Danilo Petrucci, Jack Miller and for the whole team".
Pau Serracanta (Managing Director Dorna Sports)
“We’re delighted that Pramac are coming on board as title sponsor of the German GP. With their incredible history and commitment to racing added to their commercial expertise and excellence, it makes perfect sense for Pramac and MotoGP to further their commitment and the Pramac name to take top billing at the Sachsenring.”