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1951 Ducati Racer



Tamarozzi 50cc racer
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The horses doover sitting on the tankpad is a trophy won at Latins by the Lake, an annual event organised by the Ducati Owners Club of NSW.

The bike is called a Tamarozzi. It's a replica of the first Ducati racing bike which ran at Monza on 16th of May 1951. It managed a hair-raising 60mph average with it's 50cc Cucciolo motor. It was built by Norm Westerman, who registers patents, with help from Road and Race.

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