Ducati Desmosedici GP13 Photos - New Livery Unveiled

Ducati unveiled the 2013 Desmosedici GP13 MotoGP machines this evening. Here are the photos of the new livery, for the factory Ducatis of Nicky Hayden and Andrea Dovizioso, and the Team Pramac junior team of Ben Spies and Andrea Iannone. Photos courtesy of Ducati Corse.


The factory Ducati Team - Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden


Team Pramac, the factory-supported junior team - Andrea Iannone and Ben Spies


Taking the wraps off


Nicky Hayden, and the General Robert E. Lee


Andrea Dovizioso has his work cut out for him


The biggest visible change to the bikes is the disappearance of sponsors, like Generali, Enel, Diesel and Eni

More white for the 2013 bike

 

Dovizioso's number is a nice contrast with the red and white

 

The swingarm of the GP13 is virtually unchanged, so far

 

Exhaust routing is much the same as well

 

Placing of the side numbers is distinctive

 

Front end is also almost identical

 

Dovi's bike, left-hand side

 

More white on Hayden's #69

 

Chassis also remains virtually identical

 

#69, by the left

 

The nose of the GP13 is looking much more bare, without Generali and AMG

 

The devil is in the detail

 

White and black

 

Black and white

 

Ducati unveiled the 2013 Desmosedici GP13 MotoGP machines this evening. Here are the photos of the new livery, for the factory Ducatis of Nicky Hayden and Andrea Dovizioso, and the Team Pramac junior team of Ben Spies and Andrea Iannone. Photos courtesy of Ducati Corse. The factory Ducati Team - Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden Team Pramac, the factory-supported junior team - Andrea Iannone and Ben Spies Taking the wraps off

Comments

It's the little things in life that bring me joy

Take for instance putting a zero before the four on Dovi's bike. Such great design all around. Way better than last years with the ugly green stripe.

I think I'll go light up a Marlboro to thank them for their charity work in MotoGP.

Total votes: 53

ducati renewed

Like most motogp fans I hope Ducati can be competitive (along with Suzuki, Kawasaki or even Hayate & others??) I'd like to think they'd return to carbon monocoque concept especially as now seems proven to NOT be the key issue. This seems more cutting edge and is 'going there own way' as Ducati have slways done. Copying Japan cannot be the long term solution- they will only be playing catch up. Be innovative. Be Ducati. Good luck!

Total votes: 48

Hayden was just interviewed

Hayden was just interviewed this week and said the aluminum frame was a step in the right direction and credited Rossi for pushing for it.

Total votes: 48

ben's bike looks amazing

good luck to him this year

Total votes: 43

yea yea how I wish it's as

yea yea how I wish it's as fast as its good look.

Total votes: 29

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