Andrea Iannone Official2024-06-20T09:41:58+00:00

I’m Back!

2024 marks the great return of Andrea Iannone to the track, riding a Ducati Panigale V4-R with Team Go Eleven in the Superbike World Championship. The rider from Vasto, who has 14 victories, 10 Pole Positions, and 35 podiums in MotoGP, including 11 in the premier class, debuted in MotoGP in 2013 as an official Ducati rider with the Pramac Racing Team. In 2015, he joined the Ducati Factory Team, finishing the season in fifth place in the world standings with three podiums at Losail, Mugello, and Phillip Island.

2016 is a year full of satisfaction for Andrea Iannone. He brings the Ducati Desmosedici GP back to victory after six years without a podium, triumphing at the Austrian circuit in Zeltweg. In the same year, during the Italian GP at the Mugello circuit, he sets the world speed record, reaching 354.9 km/h. “The Maniac,” in his long and prolific career, has also been an official rider for the Aprilia Racing Team in MotoGP during the 2019 season, and for Suzuki in 2017-2018, with which he achieved several podiums.

I’m Back!

2024 marks the great return of Andrea Iannone to the track, riding a Ducati Panigale V4-R with Team Go Eleven in the Superbike World Championship. The rider from Vasto, who has 14 victories, 10 Pole Positions, and 35 podiums in MotoGP, including 11 in the premier class, debuted in MotoGP in 2013 as an official Ducati rider with the Pramac Racing Team. In 2015, he joined the Ducati Factory Team, finishing the season in fifth place in the world standings with three podiums at Losail, Mugello, and Phillip Island.

2016 is a year full of satisfaction for Andrea Iannone. He brings the Ducati Desmosedici GP back to victory after six years without a podium, triumphing at the Austrian circuit in Zeltweg. In the same year, during the Italian GP at the Mugello circuit, he sets the world speed record, reaching 354.9 km/h. “The Maniac,” in his long and prolific career, has also been an official rider for the Aprilia Racing Team in MotoGP during the 2019 season, and for Suzuki in 2017-2018, with which he achieved several podiums.

Ducati Panigale V4 R SBK

Ducati Panigale V4 R SBK

Ducati Panigale V4 R SBK

Engine
Desmosedici V4 90°, 4-stroke, counter-rotating crankshaft

Power
250 HP at 16,000 rpm

Frame
Ducati Panigale V4R, Aluminum monocoque

Tires
Pirelli, front 125/70ZR17, rear 200/65ZR17

Weight
168 kg (with water and oil)

Official 2024 suit

Exhaust
Akrapovic

Clutch
STM dry clutch, slipper, hydraulic control

Suspensions
Ohlins TSB46

Braking system
Radial Brembo P4x30-34 caliper, floating Brembo disc, diameter 336mm.
Radial Brembo P2x34 caliper, disc diameter 230mm.

Wheels
Marchesini forged aluminum

Engine
Desmosedici V4 90°, 4-stroke, counter-rotating crankshaft

Power
250 HP at 16,000 rpm

Frame
Ducati Panigale V4R, Aluminum monocoque

Tires
Pirelli, front 125/70ZR17, rear 200/65ZR17

Weight
168 kg (with water and oil)

Exhaust
Akrapovic

Clutch
STM dry clutch, slipper, hydraulic control

Suspensions
Ohlins TSB46

Braking system
Radial Brembo P4x30-34 caliper, floating Brembo disc, diameter 336mm.
Radial Brembo P2x34 caliper, disc diameter 230mm.

Wheels
Marchesini forged aluminum

Official 2024 suit

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