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Ducati TriOptions Cup confirms new two-year outline agreement with MCE BSB

The Ducati TriOptions Cup will continue to feature at MCE British Superbike Championship events next year, with an outline agreement between Ducati UK and series organisers MSVR to extend this partnership into 2016. The agreement strengthens the presence of the iconic Ducati brand on the MCE BSB programme as the one-make Cup continues to grow.

This season featured the introduction of the highly-anticipated 899 Panigale, which has encouraged growth in the series with an average of 25 riders featuring at the country's premier circuits including Brands Hatch, Donington Park and Silverstone. 

This year's championship goes down to the wire, between Leon Morris and Dennis Hobbs, in the final round at Silverstone this weekend (3/4/5 October). A closely-contested season has seen five different race winners and a further three different podium finishers.

The 2015 Ducati TriOptions Cup will again be decided over eight rounds and 16 races, with the calendar to be released over the coming weeks.

Ducati UK Managing Director Tim Maccabee said: " I am pleased that we have continued our commitment to BSB through the Ducati TriOptions Cup. The series has been a fantastic success following on from the 848 Challenge and has been the perfect stage for the 899 Panigale to show its attributes on the track. Racing is part of Ducati's DNA and we will continue to develop and expand our presence within the British Superbike paddock."

MCE British Superbike Championship Series Director Stuart Higgs said: "The prestigious Ducati brand is synonymous with racing and I am delighted that we have extended our agreement with Ducati UK for a further two seasons. The continuity of this class gives both riders and teams the opportunity to progress within the series, which has produced some great racing, and we look forward to welcoming them back next season."

The final round of the 2014 Ducati TriOptions Cup takes place at Silverstone on 3/4/5 October. Riders can register their interest and find out more information about the 2015 season with the Ducati UK team during the Silverstone round at Ducati hospitality.