Ducati 1199 Panigale S Senna – For Brazil Only

10/08/2013 @ 4:40 pm, by Jensen Beeler18 COMMENTS

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While all the talk for 2014 is about the Ducati 1199 Panigale R Superleggera (say that three times fast), the Bologna Brand has another version of the Panigale superbike for us to gawk at: the Ducati 1199 Panigale S Senna.

A limited edition model to commemorate the passing of F1 star Ayrton Senna, only 161 of these special edition Panigale S superbikes will be sold (one for each of Senna’s GP race starts), and they will only be available in Brazil.

Produced in accordance with the Senna Foundation, the Ducati 1199 Panigale S Senna features the same unique matte black bodywork and red wheels that Senna picked out for himself back in 1994, just ahead of his fateful race in Imola.

Ducati has a long tradition of creating “Senna” edition superbikes, dating back to the 1995 Ducati Superbike 916 Senna I, a similarly done-up Ducati Superbike 916SP. Making two more iterations in 1997 and 1998, Ducati is now renewing its homage to the great Brazilian F1 Champion.

Accordingly, each of the 161 motorcycles will come with a racing exhaust system, and will have its individual production number inscribed on the top fork clamp. Number 01/161 of the Ducati 1199 Panigale S Senna edition will be on display at the Ducati stand of the TWO WHEELS Motorcycle Show in Sao Paulo, alongside one of the original Ducati 916 Senna models.

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Source: Ducati

Comment:

  1. TheSwede says:

    You forgot to label this NSFW.. Because this is just porn

  2. buellracerx says:

    Tasteful tribute to a true legend. Senna lives on.

  3. MikeD says:

    Looking GOOD !

  4. smiler says:

    No one does limited edition bikes better than Ducati. That is beautiful.

  5. emem says:

    @JHB1984
    Check out the second photo in this post, it’ll answer your question ;)

  6. JHB1984 says:

    ups … how embarrassing … i will go, stand in the corner now :o)

  7. BBQdog says:

    Mwha, so so, and the wheels give me the feelings somethings missing ……..

  8. Norm G. says:

    R.I.F… Reading Is Fundamental.

    re: “Ducati has a long tradition of creating “Senna” edition superbikes, dating back to the 1995 Ducati Superbike 916″.

  9. BBQdog says:

    @smiler: yeah, especially the second and third ‘limited’ editions are special :-)

  10. Peter says:

    For reference, the 916 Sennas were not SP’s. They had some nice up-spec components such as a rear Ohlins shock (which sometimes came on 916 Stradas anyway, depending on where/when it was sold), but was pretty much a base 916 with a paint job. Desirable nonetheless, both the 1199 and 916…

  11. digitalrurouni says:

    Would go well with my MV F4 1000R Senna edition. Too bad it’s not coming to the states :( What a gorgeous looking machine. A sweet tribute to a legend!

  12. Mario says:

    Simply made simple excellence DUCATI 1199

  13. Damn says:

    Failigale VERSION: senna, nicky,rossi,legera,bayliss, S, R, RS? NON of them works on track! dont make failing versions make a version with a frame

  14. Damn Right says:

    LOL notice no one else is copying Fugati with these monocoque BS bikes that just look pretty. Nothing more.

  15. Gutterslob says:

    You can’t ever go wrong with that colour scheme, though in my opinion, the Tamburini’s MV F4 750 Senna was better looking. Wonder why Honda never did a tie-up with Senna on their bikes, considering he drove and won his 3 world championships in Honda powered McLarens.

  16. Zekdafied says:

    Not to mention he helped design the suspension and set up for the NSX.

  17. Confused says:

    Why does it say for sale only in Brazil when its listed in cycle trader in the states?