Pramac and Lamborghini: the black&yellow liveries’ great success in Mugello


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  • Pramac and Lamborghini: the black&yellow liveries’ great success in Mugello

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  • Once again, Pramac and Lamborghini teamed up, this time on the grid of the Mugello circuit, for the 2018 Oakley Italian GP. 
    For one of the season’s most iconic races, Alma Pramac Racing’s two Desmosedici GP mounted special liveries, designed by Centro Stile Lamborghini and colored with the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory’s black and yellow. 
    The liveries were unveiled on the Italian GP weekend, in the afternoon of Saturday, June 2nd. For the occasion Danilo Petrucci and Jack Miller, as well as all the management and technical team members, were specially dressed in black and yellow uniforms. Stefano Domenicali (Chairman and CEO Automobili Lamborghini) and Paolo Campinoti (Team Principal, Alma Pramac Racing) also took part in the event. 

    Paolo Campinoti (Team Principal Alma Pramac Racing)
    “We had the privilege and honor of being guests in the spectacular Urus line to baptize our 2018 MotoGP season. We like to think that we can reciprocate by putting these fabulous Ducati Desmosedici in the colors of Lamborghini during our home GP. The start of the season has given us great satisfaction with Danilo and Jack.”

    Stefano Domenicali (Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini)
    “First of all, I would like to thank Paolo Campinoti for this wonderful opportunity. Lamborghini is an ambassador of Made in Italy throughout the world and is a company projected towards the future, with particular attention to young people who are also our customers. I, therefore, believe that our special presence in the world of Moto GP is a perfect occasion. Alma Pramac Racing’s Ducati Desmosedici GP liveries, designed for the race by our Centro Stile, make us particularly proud.”

    Take a closer look at the special liveries in the video below: