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Hot shot Iannone narrowly misses pole

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Pramac Racing’s Andrea Iannone missed pole position by just 0.132s at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana, despite his recent arm injury. read more »

Hernandez finishes as top Ducati rider in Malaysia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

A determined ride from Yonny Hernandez and a late drop in pace by Andrea Dovizioso at Sepang saw the Colombian finish the round 17 race as the top Ducati man. Seventh place in his 50th premier class appearance is his best result to date in MotoGP™.

Iannone recovering from Friday practice crash

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Andrea Iannone arrived this weekend at Sepang already carrying heavy knocks from a crash at Phillip Island and he had another spill on Friday in Malaysia after contact with Marc Marquez in free practice.

Iannone laments crash and contact with Pedrosa

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Pramac Racing’s Andrea Iannone left Australia empty-handed after a collision with Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa on Sunday.

Sixth for Iannone, disappointment for Hernandez

Thursday, 1, January 1970

At Motegi on Sunday Andrea Iannone crossed the finish line in sixth position, but there was disappointment at the last corner for teammate Yonny Hernandez.

Iannone to miss Sepang race and head back early to Italy

Thursday, 1, January 1970

On Saturday evening Andrea Iannone will fly back to Italy to try and be ready for the final race of the season at Valencia, having been ruled unfit to continue to ride at the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix.

Iannone: ‘I could have fought for the podium’

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Pramac Racing’s Andrea Iannone felt he could have achieved a podium result at Aragon had he not been caught out by a crash early in the race.

Iannone returns to front row in Spain

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon Saturday action saw Andrea Iannone again put his Pramac Racing Ducati GP14.2 on the front row.

Iannone and Hernandez make it a successful weekend for Pramac Racing

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Gran Premio TIM di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini saw Andrea Iannone and Yonny Hernandez both match their best results of the season, to make it a successful home round for the Pramac Racing team.

Equal best MotoGP™ qualifying result for Iannone

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Home rider Andrea Iannone put his Pramac Racing Ducati second on the grid ahead of Sunday’s race at the Gran Premio TIM de San Marino e della Riviera de Rimini.

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Pramac Racing Information:

Pramac Racing made its debut in the MotoGP™ World Championship in 2002 with Honda machinery, and has since seen a whole host of top riders pass through its ranks such as Biaggi, Barros, Tamada and Capirossi. Having since changed to Ducati support they had slimmed down to becoming a single rider team, but they now regularly field two riders and have been further integrated into the Italian factory framework. With the exciting potential of 2013 rookie Andrea Iannone now in his second year and the hard work of Yonny Hernandez boosting their ranks, they serve as a junior team for the Borgo Panigale brand.

Team Management

  • Paolo CampinotiTeam Principal
  • Francesco GuidottiTeam Manager
  • Félix RodríguezTeam Coordinator

Andrea Iannone Crew - Pramac Racing

  • Michele BubboliniChief Mechanic
  • Marco RigamontiTrack Engineer
  • Tomasso PaganoData Engineer
  • Cristian AielloMechanic
  • Simone FalciniMechanic
  • Edoardo CiferriMechanic
  • Giuliano PolettiMechanic

Yonny Hernández Crew - Energy T.I. Pramac Racing

  • Nicola MannaChief Mechanic
  • Giacomo GuidottiTrack Engineer
  • Dario MassarinData Engineer
  • Pedro RiveraMechanic
  • David GalachoMechanic
  • Francesc GalindoMechanic
  • Marco PolastriMechanic
  • Bike Info
  • Bike Ducati GP14
  • Engine 1000cc Liquid-cooled, 90 degree V4 four-stroke, desmodromic DOHC, four valves per cylinder
  • Power Over 235 hp
  • Top Speed Over 330 km/h
  • Chassis Aluminium frame
  • Suspension
  • Front Öhlins inverted 48mm front forks
  • Rear Öhlins rear shock
  • Brakes
  • Front Two 320mm carbon discs two four-piston calipers (Brembo)
  • Rear Single stainless steel rear disc twin-piston caliper (Brembo)