Pramac Ducati make livery changes after signing a new sponsor

Pramac Ducati make livery changes after signing a new sponsor

Pramac Ducati MotoGP team will race with a new livery for the rest of the 2022 season after signing a three-year deal with a new title sponsor.

Following an agreement with Italian insurance giant Prima Assicurazioni to become the team’s title sponsor through 2024, the team will be known as Prima Pramac Racing.

Prima’s entrance will represent the first big shift in Pramac’s full-season colour scheme in a long time, with the team’s 2022-spec Desmosedicis sporting a lot of purple to commemorate the new collaboration.

The new partnership according to Pramac CEO Paolo Campinoti, is a new chapter in Pramac Racing history, and he hopes it is just the beginning of a tremendous and thrilling adventure.

“Today starts a new chapter in Pramac Racing history,“ said Pramac CEO Paolo Campinoti. “I am proud to announce here at the Mugello Grand Prix the beginning of an important collaboration between Pramac Racing and Prima Assicurazioni.”

“Today, Pramac Racing colours change to bring purple into our history for the first time.”

“Prima Pramac Racing will be the name of our team for the next three years, hoping that this can only be the beginning of a great and exciting adventure, we are sure that together we will be very satisfied.”

“I thank [Prima CEO] George Ottathycal for believing in this great project together with us.”

The team has long been one of MotoGP’s most successful satellite teams, but it only won its first MotoGP race last year with rookie Jorge Martin.

However, neither Johann Zarco nor Martin have found the transition to the new Ducati Desmosedici GP22 simple, both have already finished on the podium and Pramac is only seven points behind leading independent outfit Gresini.

Pramac’s line-up for 2023 has yet to be finalised, with the team anxious to keep Zarco but fearful of losing Martin to the works team as the likes of Jack Miller and Enea Bastianini being mentioned as possible replacements.

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