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For the fourth year running, Mechinno renews its partnership with the racing division of the Bologna-based motorcycle manufacturer, in order to reach new and ambitious achievements.

Mechinno renews its partnership with Ducati Corse for the current year, in the role of tecnhical partner for the MotoGP Championship 2022. Mechinno continues to be an important partner of Ducati Corse providing engineering services and outsourcing mechanical design.

Combining their expertise and expierence, both companies have been working together for several years now, competing in the MotoGP Championship, the ultimate expression of engineering and technology applied to the two-wheeler world. The satisfactions and awards that this partnership has brought and keeps on delivering to both companies, convinced Mechinno’s CEO, Fabio Di Martino, to renew for the fourth year in a row the partnership with the Ducati Corse Team, with the commitment to offer all of its experience to gain more and more prestigious results.

As early as 2021, Ducati Corse has reached important goals such as the victory in the premier class of the Manufacturers’ World Championship and the Team’s World Championship, setting a new record for Ducati in terms of podiums achieved in a year in MotoGP: 24.

Mechinno as well considers itself fully satisfied with the past year, recording a growth of its revenue of the 18%, due to business strategy, research and R&D innovation, wich granted to the company the recovery, in terms of revenue, of a pre-pandemic status and to be projected towards the average +10% race that was usually achieved. Those significant results obtained by the two Bologna-based companies raise expectations for 2022, striking towards more and more ambitious targets in their fields.


“To be competitive on the track means having clear the key role of the engineering developement, taking advantage from the support of the best partners. It’s also thanks to them that we can aim and achieve increseangly important goals”,

declared Luigi Dall’Igna, General Manager of Ducati Corse.

“Thanks to the collaboration with Mechinno, we’ll keep on following this path, continuing to explore innovative solutions that will allow us to continuosly improve in order to be more and more competitive.”


Fabio Di Martino, CEO of Mechinno:

“The high appreciation that bonds Mechinno to the whole Ducati World is tangible and is confirmed by the renewal of this partnership that binds us since 2019. We are proud to be able to count Ducati Corse as a partner, one of the most known motorcylce italian brand all over the world, with a history of being fairly acclaimed by the lovers of two wheels. The motorcycle sector is part of our core business and, in keeping with the corporate philosophy of the House of Borgo Panigale, in Mechinno we too set each day new challanges to face, in order to keep on achieveing new future goals!”



Mechinno was founded in 2006, giving shape to the project of the Eng. Fabio Di Martino. Mechinno combines mechanic and innovation, aiming to offer a punctual and complete engineering and design consultancy service.

The focus is the mechanical innovation: from the concept to the prototype, Mechinno delivers solutions both as design supporter as in the turnkey projects. The know-how, the technical skills and the flexibility, qualify Mechinno as an important strategic asset for projects in: automotive, motorsport, industrial machinery and agriculture areas.


DUCATI MOTOR HOLDING S.p.A. – Gruppo Audi Company – Company subject to the management and coordination of AUDI AG

Founded in 1926, since 1946 Ducati has been manufacturing sport-inspired motorcycles characterised by high-performance engines, innovative design and cutting-edge technology. Ducati factory is located in Bologna’s Borgo Panigale district. The model range covers several market segments with the following families: DesertX, Diavel, XDiavel, Hypermotard, Monster, Multistrada, Panigale, Streetfighter, SuperSport. In 2015, Ducati presented the Ducati Scrambler: a new brand made of bikes, accessories and apparel that stands out for its creativity and self-expression. In 2020, Ducati unveiled the Multistrada V4, the world’s first motorcycle equipped with front and rear radar, which with its technology marks a new milestone for the world of two wheels. Ducati iconic motorcycles, together with an extensive range of bike accessories and technical and lifestyle apparel, are distributed in 90 countries worldwide. In 2021, Ducati delivered 59.447 bikes to customers. Ducati competes in both MotoGP and Superbike World Championships. The Company has been racing in the MotoGP category since 2003 and has won the Constructors’ World Title in 2007, 2020 and 2021 and the Teams’ World Title in 2007 and 2021. Furthermore, Ducati was World Champion in the 2007 season, winning also the Riders’ Title. In Superbike, Ducati has won 17 Manufacturer’s Titles and 14 Rider’s Titles.