Limited to 341 units, the Ducati Monster Senna edition is a very special SP version, with bespoke graphics, less weight and a limited edition plaque on the top triple-clamp. Details here.

The stunning new limited edition Ducati Monster Senna SP will be produced with numbers limited to 341. It was unveiled by Bianca Senna, Ayrton Senna’s niece, along with Stefano Domenicali and Claudio Domenicali at the Italian GP at Imola recently….

Designed by Centro Stile Ducati with Senna Brands, the team chose the Monster because Ayrton Senna owned one of the first ever Monster 900s, which he often rode around Monte Carlo, including to the gala evening of the 1993 Monaco F1 Grand Prix. Pricing is set at $42,500 AUD, making it almost $20,000 more than a standard Ducati Monster SP, but here is what you get for that cash. The number 341 stands for Senna’s 3 world titles and 41 wins in F1.

Read our full review on the Monster SP here

And the standard Monster here

The colours of the Monster Senna were chosen to pay homage to the late driver’s helmet, which was yellow, green and blue, to represent the Brazilian flag. The Monster Senna weighs in at just 175kg, which is 4kg less than a stock Monster. Each model has a numbered plaque on the top triple-clamp, and a special Senna Monster animation on the dash on startup.

Ducati Monster Senna Video

The Senna Monster also has a sports seat with special logo, the Senna livery, Termignoni street legal silencer with yellow strip, billet alloy footpegs, Ohlins steering damper, Ohlins NiX30 forks, Ohlins shock, forged alloy Senna coloured wheels, carbon-fibre guards both ends, engine guard, Brembo Stylema calipers painted yellow and sintered pads, Lithium battery, Senna bike cover for storage, and a certificate of Authenticity. So the actual upgrades over a standard Monster SP are limited to the wheels and the carbon parts, the rest is cosmetic. However, it is surely a future investment like the other special edition Senna Ducati’s, so if you can afford one, it’s a good one to store away.

Claudio Domenicali, Ducati Motor Holding CEO “Ayrton Senna was and will forever stand as an icon. A sports legend, an extraordinary person, but also a passionate motorcyclist, whom we wish to honour with a special edition of one of the most iconic models in our range: the Monster. Senna was one of the very first owners of the Monster 900 and perfectly represented the values of this bike: style, boldness and fun. The Monster Senna is a demonstration of how honoured we are to define a champion of this incredible level a true Ducatista.”

Bianca Senna, Senna Brands CEO “The partnership with Ducati is historic and very relevant to this day. The Monster is a perfect motorcycle to recall Ayrton’s lifestyle, focused on high performance but with the ability to enjoy moments of leisure. Fans around the world who admire Ayrton will find this partnership a genuine tribute to his legacy.”

Ducati and Senna came together way back in 1990 when Ducati then owner Claudio Castiglioni, a huge fan of Senna, gave him an 851 SP! When Ayrton first saw the 916 a few years later, the story goes that he was so impressed with it that he suggested a collaboration between Ducati and the Senna brand, and who could forget the Senna 916? Only 300 were produced and it was released in 1995. Sadly, despite it being announced in March 1994, Senna lost his life a few months before its release.

The series sold out quickly, but in 1997 and then again in 1998, with the colours chosen by Senna’s brother, Leonardo Senna, two more 916 Senna editions were released. Fifteen years later, Senna Brands and Ducati got together again with the 1199 Panigale, with 161 units, the number GPs Senna raced in, but it was only sold in the Brazilian market. All Senna models are highly collectable now.

We have no word yet on Australian availability but the Senna Monster is available to order now by visiting this link here. Pricing is set at $42,500 AUD.

2024 Ducati Monster SP Specifications Senna Edition

Price: From $42,500 rideaway (click here for current Ducati deals)
Warranty & Servicing: Two-years unlimited km, 15,000km intervals (30,000km valve check).
Colours: Senna Celebratory Livery
Claimed Power: 82kW@9,250rpm
Claimed Torque: 93Nm@6500rpm
Dry Weight: 175kg
Fuel capacity: 14L
Fuel Consumption (measured): N/A

Engine: Testatretta: 90° V2, Desmodromic four-valves per cylinder, liquid-cooled, 94mm x 67.5mm bore x stroke, 937cc, 13.3:1 compression, Electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full ride-by-wire elliptical throttle-bodies Gearbox: Six speed, straight cut Clutch: Wet, multiple disc, Termignoni muffler with Senna yellow stripe.

Chassis: Frame: Aluminium Alloy/Engine member, billet alloy footpegs, carbon-fibre guards, engine guard, sports Senna seat.
Rake: 23º Trail: 87mm
Suspension: 43mm USD Ohlins NIX 30 Forks, 140mm travel (f) Progressive linkage, fully adjustable Ohlins monoshock, aluminium double-sided swingarm, 150mm travel (r)
Brakes: Dual x 320mm semi-floating Brembo discs, radially mounted Brembo Stylema monobloc four-piston calipers in Yellow, radial master-cylinder, Cornering ABS (f), 245mm disc, Brembo two-piston floating caliper, Cornering ABS (r)
Wheels: Forged alloy with Senna livery. Tyres: Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV 120/70 ZR17M (f) Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV 180/55 ZR17M (r)

Seat height: 840mm
Ground clearance: N/A
Overall width: N/A
Overall Length: N/A
Overall height: N/A
Wheelbase: 1472mm

Instruments & Electronics: Full-colour TFT dash with Senna animation, Riding Modes, Power Modes, Cornering ABS, Ducati Traction Control, Ducati Wheelie Control, Daytime Running Light, Ducati Brake Light.

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