Ducati names Online Concorso winners
Competition included two Supermonos
Andrew Randazzo’s 748 was selected as the grand prize winner from a field of 33 entries ranging from a 1973 750 GT to a brand new 1098 and a pair of the extremely rare single-cylinder Ducati Supermonos.
Randazzo receives a trip for two to the 2008 Milan Motorcycle show and a VIP Ducati factory tour.
Six runner-up awards were also given in separate categories. The winners included:
- Keith Hale’s 1974 750 Super Sport with over 100,000 miles for the Ducati Passion Award for well-ridden Superbikes;
- John Silverman’s 1993 Ducati Supermono for the Bella Ducati Award for Superbikes of external beauty;
- John Bragg’s 2007 1098 S for the Casey Stoner Award for current model Superbikes;
- Rick Garrison’s 2001 996S for 1988-2007 Superbikes;
- Gary Patton’s 1986 750 F1 for pre-1988 Superbikes;
- Chris Boy’s 2005 999R for the Taglioni Award for Competition Superbikes, and
- Alan Wilzig’s 1999 900SS, which won the People’s Choice award with a landslide victory, doubling the number of votes of his closest competitor in an online pole.
The remaining regional rounds will take place at Laguna Seca in Monterey, Calif. on July 18-20, Mid-Ohio in Lexington, Ohio on Aug. 1-3 and Indianapolis, Ind. on Sept. 12-14. Douglas Federick and Ann Cederna won the opening round of the 2008 Superbike Concorso at Daytona Bike Week with their restored 1998 Ducati 996 RS.
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