Shell Ducati Riders' Day announced! This iconic driver is coming to India for the first time
In a major development, Shell Advance Lubricants and Ducati on Friday announced the first edition of Shell Ducati Riders’ Day.
In a major development, Shell Advance Lubricants and Ducati on Friday announced the first edition of Shell Ducati Riders’ Day. The event is scheduled to be held at the Buddh International Circuit, Noida on September 29. Moreover, there will be an exclusive opportunity for riders to meet official Ducati MotoGP rider, Andrea Dovizioso, who will be coming to India for the first time ever by Shell Advance.
Recently, Shell Advance Lubricants India launched its unique limited-edition promo pack series with attractive packaging and unlimited surprise prizes for its consumers. As part of this, 10 lucky consumers will get the chance to go to MotoGP Malaysia! This contest series will culminate at the Shell Ducati Riders’ Day where over 25 lucky Shell Advance consumers will get a chance to be a part of this thrilling event.
Shell Advance has facilitated the first-ever appearance of the top-class MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso in India.
On this day, Ducati DRE Certified trainers would provide exclusive training to all participants for the Ducati Road Academy at the event. This will focus on improving the skills of riders on road thereby ensuring safe riding. This will be followed by the Ducati Open Track Day, which will provide an opportunity for all Ducati superbike owners to ride on track further enhancing their skills to outride all challenges and pursue their passion for the ride.
The Open Track Day is open for all Ducati motorcycles excluding the Scrambler range while the Road Academy would accommodate all Ducati owners.
The participants can avail their passes at introductory price of INR 11,000 for riding on track and INR 7,000 for the road academy. Limited to 40 slots, each slot for the Track Riding would include 5 sessions of 15 to 20 minutes each. On the other hand, the Road academy is limited to 25 slots and would include the full training.