The poster for the 2021 Octo Grand Prix of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera, from 17 to 19 September at Misano World Circuit, bears the signature of Drudi Performance and in summing up the values that enhance the event of the world championship, as usual, it starts the countdown towards the week highly-awaited by all fans. It will be the sixteenth consecutive edition and will certainly offer a very high profile spectacle judging by the competitive level of the riders and the races held so far, as well as arousing further interest with the announced wild-cards. The subject of the poster is Motor Valley, Riders' Land and Ducati. With the colours of the Republic of San Marino and the Rimini Riviera beaches. With a nod to the World Ducati Week of 2022, which promises to be memorable after two years of forced break.
"We have emphasized the theme of Made in Italy - says designer Aldo Drudi - and in the Motor Valley of Emilia-Romagna it was natural to focus on Ducati. The powerful red colour was then inserted into a graphically balanced design to recall other elements: the uniqueness of the circuit with its texture colours the flag of the Riders' Land, the Rimini Riviera and the Republic of San Marino. We changed the texture to the colours of the sand and introduced the blue of the sky and the sea, which also identifies San Marino. We were almost surprised by the result, which we believe has an effective impact as a graphics application. It still has a 'racing' impact, but in a context that makes it a sophisticated project. We are very satisfied, a style that recalls Made in Italy stands out and we are sure we will see it again in the future graphic language of teams and riders ”.
Two months away from the Grand Prix, with the caution that the current phase of the epidemic requires, the promoters are confident that the vaccination campaign and the organizational format developed and tested in 2020 with 10,000 spectators a day will convince the Government to approve the daily entry of 23,000 people, approximately 25% of the total capacity, with the exclusion of general grass areas and a personal ticket.