Ducati had an impressive year in 2015, taking into consideration that they ran a completely new bike that was late to launch.
The team managed to secure eight podium finishes and three hundred and fifty points. A significant improvement compared to 2014 where the team only claimed three podium finishes and two hundred and seventy nine points.
Now that they have had a season of racing the new bike, they are certainly worth watching in 2016, with some predicting they may make a return to the top step of the podium as the team continue to develop the bike.
With Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone as their race riders, and with Casey Stoner in reserve, Ducati certainly have the riders to challenge for Grand Prix wins in 2016. But will they? Better keep an eye on them.