MotoGP: the road to victory
Inspirational stories

Tue. February 6, 6:30PM

MotoGP: the road to victory

Join us for an exceptional conversation with Paolo Campinoti, CEO and owner of Pramac Racing, 2023 MotoGP Team Champion, Giacomo Agostini, racing Legend and 15 times MotoGP champion, and Belgian champion, Didier de Radiguès.

2023 has marked a turn for motorcycling racing with the consecration of Prima Pramac Racing, the first independent racing team to win the MotoGP Teams’ Champions title. 

Less known than the F1 championship, the MotoGP has nothing to envy them in terms of technicality, performance, ground-breaking innovations and thrill.

On Feburary 6, three prominent figures of motorcycling racing will be discussing the evolution of the sport, its challenges and what it takes to be a world champion in an ever-changing industry. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Paolo Campinoti, Giacomo Agostini and Didier de Radiguès, three emblematic champions who have left their mark on motorcycling racing.


Paolo Campinoti

Paolo Campinoti serves as the CEO of the Pramac Group, a position held since 1995. In over 25 years of service to the Pramac Group, Mr. Campinoti has led the transformation of the Pramac Group from a local Italian company to a leading power generation manufacturer with global brand recognition and presence. Since In 2002 PRAMAC entered the MotoGP World Championship with its "Pramac Racing" team. In 2005, the team began its long and fruitful partnership with Ducati. In 2023 Prima Pramac Racing became the first independent racing team to win the MotoGP Teams’ Champions title.


Giacomo Agostini

Giacomo Agostini is widely regarded as the best rider of all time and his spectacular career in the second half of the 1960s and first part of the 1970s saw him become the first true World star of motorcycle racing. During his 14 years in the World Championship the sensational Italian won 15 titles (eight in 500cc and seven in 350cc), earning a remarkable total of 122 Grand Prix victories along the way. Agostini undertook his final season in 1977, having recorded Grand Prix victories in both the 350cc and 500cc classes the previous year - his last ever race win coming at Germany’s Nurburgring in 1976.


Didier de Radiguès de Chennevière

Didier de Radiguès is a Belgian former professional motorcycle racer, auto racing driver and current artist. He also serves as a MotoGP broadcaster for the RTBF, a Moto GP riders manager and as the owner of a motorcycle riding school. He competed in the FIM motorcycle Grand Prix world championships from 1980 to 1991.
Tue. February 6, 6:30PM
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Tue. February 6, 6:30PM
Conference and Q&A
Tue. February 6, 7:00PM
Tue. February 6, 8:30PM
Tue. February 6, 9:30PM