-Conducted at BIC, Delhi from 27-28 April
-Consisted of 5 one-on-one training sessions
-Exclusive to Ducati owners
Ducati recently concluded its first DRE Racetrack Training in India held between 27-28 April at the Buddh International Circuit.
The training which is exclusive to Ducati owners was conducted by two certified trainers; Gurvinder Singh and Anand Dharmaraj who also recently underwent a training programme designed by global DRE instructors. Four riders completed the training; Prashant Kumar on a Monster 795, Hansveer Chandok and Neharika Yadav on the 899 Panigale and Amit Sadh on the Panigale V4.
The participants were taught important techniques of track riding over five sessions that included- correct riding position, correct view, braking, acceleration, and racing line. While this is similar to most training programmes, the DRE Racetrack training is unique as it gives the participants access to train individually with one trainer for the entire day. The manufacturer promises to conduct more DRE Racetrack Trainings over the course of the year with the next session to be conducted sometime soon.