Symposium

TT & F1 Symposium, just having fun !

more fun on a tt

Welcome to the 9th TT & F1 Symposium. Please find here information on the exhibition, conference and race organised in Assen (NL), May 29 2016. In 2009 Lou SAIF (US) created with his friends the 1st TT based event because 'they are beautiful, simple, light and fast'. They called it : 'The Symposium'.

This edition has taken place during the famous DUCATI CLUB RACES by Ducati Club Nederland. Please come back in a few days so we can publish the 9th Symposium pictures. We need some time to sort 2800 pictures :-).

what's new   doctor T.   ?

6/1 - Picture page in progress ...
5-27-29 - 9th TT&F1 Symposium is finished. Pictures and video will be published later.
5/2 - "TT&F1 diner & talk" application open now. Reservations here, tickets to grab at the main administrative center in Assen
4/24 - DCN newsletter April 2016
3/7 - APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN, APPLY NOW !


 

 

 

To Begin  with

2009 .:. A bunch of TT guys
"On a rainy spring day in 2009 Ducati collectors and enthusiasts gathered at Lou Saif's to display and honor some of Ducat's greatest racing motorcycles of all time, the Ducati TT1 and TT2 of the 1980's". Four original TT's, including a genuine factory racer and several NCR specials...

 

2015 .:. Ian Falloon
The book covers every Ducati racing and production motorcycle from the cheap, post-war Cucciolo to the 916.

Every model, from the 125cc grand prix bike through to the 900cc Super Sport is analyzed along with the unique valve gear of Ing. Fabio Taglioni which. ...

 

1986 .:. The famous #618
(from Ducati web) One of the most stunning creations of its time, the 750 F1 remains one of the most highly sought after bikes in Ducati history. 

Lucchinelli & Adamo raced in 1986 at Daytona on a special TTF1 Ducati  ...

 

 

track sessions

This year, we've added a new point to the Symposium menu : a TT race with 3 categories. And before that, a Parade.


TT Open
2 valves belt drive Ducati engines with carburetors and the rear carburetor facing the rear side, engine in the known trellis frame of any make.

TT1
601 – 750 cc 2 valves belt drive engines with carburetors and the rear carburetor facing the rear of the engine. TT1 racers, F1’s, DB1’s, Moretti, GPM and other Pantah engine race/track machines are welcome.

TT2
350 – 600 cc 2 valves belt drive engines with carburetors and the rear carburetor facing the rear of the engine. TT2 racers, F3’s and other Pantah engine race / track machines are welcome.

Parade
A few laps on the circuit, cool, just to taste the asphalt. A nice opportunity to drive your collection bike .

 

Go! ...

 

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