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Work is under way to host the world’s biggest Ducati meet at the Barber Motorsports Park. Although no firm date has been set, it’s looking like it may happen in October of this year. Several Ducati personalities from Europe, including factory engineers, racers and restorers, have already expressed interest in attending. And this country’s foremost expert and restorer of Ducati TT racing bikes, Lou Saif, will be on hand to talk about the history and details that make these motorcycles so special. Hundreds, if not several thousand, Ducati motorcycles are expected to be there, including the many different varieties that have made Ducati so desirable. There will be 250 Scramblers and other early singles, plus many different Monzas, 750GTs, F1s, 900SS, and maybe even an early Falcon or 125 Regolarita. And we’re sure the infield will be loaded with many new and late-model Ducati models too, such as Pantahs, 851s, Monsters and 888s. The Barber Motosports Park is located in Leeds, Alabama, just east of Birmingham, and is also home to one of the largest motorcycle museums in the world, with more than 1,200 vintage motorcycles and what may be this country’s largest collection of Lotus cars.