Ducati not only makes a wide variety of motorcycles, but the different styles, look, feel and performance appeal to many different people. Ducati Australia & New Zealand is proud to have the opportunity to partner with some well know personalities who share in our passion and love for these Italian motorcycles
From sports, to models, actors and let's face it - a heap of scrumptious food in between our ambassadors all live, love and ride Ducati! Read on to hear about our official ambassadors.
Anthony Minichiello - Rugby League Star
Our newest ambassador is a well known figure in the NRL community whose passion for motorcycling has stemmed from an early age, when he was just a boy living out in South West Sydney. Anthony ('Mini') made his NRL debut at the age of 19 in the Sydney Roosters in 2000 and has played his entire career with the team, becoming captain in 2013.
The relationship between Ducati and Anthony combines the desire for ultimate performance, style and striving to be the best. Anthony rides the Monster 1200 S in Silk white - an iconic model in Ducati history for over 20 years.
To keep up to date with Anthony Minichiello follow him on Instagram
Will Davison – V8 Supercar Driver
Will signed on with Ducati in 2010 while still racing for Holden. In 2011 he has moved to the Ford Racing Team in the iconic #6 Trading Post sponsored car before signing on to race for Erebus Motorsport in 2014 and beyond . Will has racing in his blood. Following on from his late grandfather Lex Davison (who won the Australian Grand Prix on four occasions in the 1950s and 60s), his championship winning father Richard and his elder brother Alex (also a V8 Supercar driver), Davison has an inbuilt passion for racing.
Will often attends MotoGP and World Superbikes at our Ducati VIP hospitality facility, being based in Melbourne, Australia and is loving his red 1199 Panigale S, for further information visit Will's Dedicated Website
To keep up to date with Will Davison 'Like' Will on Facebook
or follow Will's Twitter
Matt Moran - Renowned Chef
Matt Moran became a household name with the Chopping Block, Masterchef Australia and now with his own series Paddock to Plate. Founder of Aria Restaurant Sydney in 1999 him and business partner Peter Sullivan opened and exceptional collections of restaurants including ARIA Brisbane, ARIA Catering, CHISWICK in Sydney, Riverbar in Brisbane and most recently North Bondi Fish overlooking the iconic Bondi Beach.
Matt has been riding for over 30 years and have owned 10 Ducatis. Currently Matt is cruising along Sydney's beaches on a Ducati Diavel Carbon in Matte black. For more info visit Matt's Dedicated Website
To keep up to date with Matt Moran, 'Like' Matt on Facebook
or follow Matt's Twitter