No one who attended 2013 Ducati TT & F1 Symposium would argue that it would be hard to top last year’s Jimmy Adamo Memorial celebration, so this year we’re not even going to try. Back to our roots for 2014, with a more laid-back approach that simply focuses on Ducati TTs, F1s and their variants. Expect to see some freshly completed projects, a few more works in progress and the usual collection of purpose-built, hard-edged Ducati Pantah based racers from the 80s.
As usual, you can find us in Garage #26 - South Garage, Infield Paddock, New Hampshire Motor Speedway - and we’ll be mixing racing with parade laps, static displays and some serious bench racing.
Saturday, August 30th 6th Annual TT & F1 Symposium set-up. LRRS racing
Sunday, August 3st 6th Annual TT & F1 Symposium, Parade Laps. Jimmy Adamo Memorial Twins Race - LRRS.
Monday, Sept 1st 6th Annual TT & F1 Symposium, Parade Laps. Vintage/Classic Races, USCRA
Concord New Hampshire is located 15 minutes from the track has an array of hotels at different cost levels. Camping also available at NHMS.
Direct national/international flights into Boston Massachusetts – approximately 1 hour drive to Concord.
All Ducati and Ducati-powered vintage racers welcome! In fact, we’re nuts about anything raced during that period, so if you have something interesting from the 80s, bring it along.
About the TT & F1 Symposium
Lou Saif held the first Ducati TT & F1 Symposium; an informal gathering of Ducati TT and F1 aficionados and machines at his shop in Queens, NY. While the event has grown to attract an International audience, it maintains the grass-roots flavor that has made it so popular and continues to celebrate Ducati's 2V belt-drive racers from the turbulent 80’s period of the Ducati's history.
Past TT & F1 Symposiums:
More info and updates at www.ducatittandf1.com.