Ducati Panigale V2 Bayliss – extremely rare souvenir of Vietnam, priced at more than 750 million

Ducati Panigale V2 Bayliss 1st Championship 20th Anniversary is a very special model commemorating the 20th anniversary of legendary racer Troy Bayliss winning his first championship with Ducati at World Superbike in 2001.

The Ducati Panigale V2 Bayliss 1st Championship 20th Anniversary is modeled after the Paligale V2, this model will have a special serial number along with the vehicle’s serial number, which means this will be a unique version. limit. However, there is no exact information about the number of cars CafeAuto Taken with serial number “1558”.

Based on the original Ducati Red platform, Ducati added Bayliss’ racing number, a stylized number 21, next to the two blue and white stripes along with the red color of the car, this is the company’s respect for the three-color flag of Italy. . The 3-color coat of red, blue, and white is also covered on the front and rear of the car.

All cars of this edition will have Troy Bayliss’ signature on the fuel tank. The year of winning the World Superbike championship is recorded. Besides the inherent power of the Ducati Panigale V2, the Bayliss 1st Championship 20th Anniversary version also carries a series of new equipment.

The braking system comes from Brembo with 320 mm double disc brakes and M32.4 brake pads on the front wheel and the original rear brake of the Ducati Panigale V2. Possessing both advanced braking technology: Brembo’s EVO and Ducati’s brake control system.

Not only that, the 43 mm NIX 30 front fork and TTX 36 rear shock absorber both come from Ohlins, providing much higher performance than the standard Panigale V2. Besides these highlights, the car has been recalibrated compared to the original Paligale V2 version to increase the car’s inherent power.

Troy Bayliss, the racer who won the first World Superbike championship for Ducati with the Ducati 996R in 2001. Exactly 20 years later, in 2021, Ducati launched the Ducati Paligale V2 Bayliss Edition to commemorate this legend.

In addition to bringing Ducati 3 World Superbike championships (2001, 2006 and 2008) to help revive the racing team, Troy Bayliss also has a close relationship with Ducati. The Australian racer has contributed a lot to Ducati, he is a technical advisor, spokesman, and brand representative.

He was even the one who pointed out the technical errors of Ducati’s secret test versions. Typically, he was the first person to drive the original Paligale 1199 SBK and pointed out the technical shortcomings that affected the driving experience.

Ducati not only produced a separate version of the car to pay tribute to Troy Bayliss, but also organized a separate exhibition called “Troy Bayliss: The Legend of a Champion”.

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