The Master Racing Course uses the latest Ducati Superbike 1199 Panigale S: the bike that sets the most extreme benchmark ever and its arrival represents one of the most historic moments in Ducati's incredible Superbike history.
You'll be able to ride it as few did before you and safely push your limits like never before. And just to prove it, data acquisition equipment enables the retrieval of data from at least one of your track sessions so your performance can be evaluated and compared to that of your instructor's.
If you're ready to get ahead of the competition, the Master Racing Course is ready for you.
Special on-board tests
As a Master Racing course participant, you'll take part in a test on a 1199 Panigale S specially fitted with the 2D professional Data Acquisition system. The test will provide you with detailed rider/bike performance data that can be used to compare against your instructor's data.
The Data Acquisition system records a host of information, including throttle valve opening, engine RPM, vehicle speed, lap time, suspension travel, brake pressure, tyre temperature and race lines taken.
At the end of the test, the data will be retrieved from the Data Acquisition system and an electronic engineer will analyses and review the results with you.
The Master Racing course is designed for highly experienced motorcyclists who have already attended a track course, regularly race or attend track days. You will be divided into groups of three (up to a maximum of 12 riders), with each group led by an expert instructor. The bike used in this course is the 1198 SP Superbike.
You will have 6 on-track practice sessions alternating with theory-based input and advice. Of the 6 track sessions, one will be exclusively reserved for the Master Racing Course (not shared with the Racing Level II course), allowing you to get the most of the 1199 Panigale S on the track.
The required gear includes leathers, gloves, boots and a full-face helmet. If you don't own any of these items, you can hire them when you purchase a course online (see the 'Clothing requirements' section for complete details on the required gear).
You must have a motorcycle licence (without engine displacement restrictions) to participate in the Master Racing Course.