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The Ducati 999 replaced the Ducati 916, Ducati 996 and Ducati 998 superbike lineup in 2003, and was produced in 2006. This bike was a great success in World Superbike, and was run in the series through the 2007 season , despite no longer being produced, pending changes of rules by the governing body of the series, FIM, to allow competition from the new Ducati 1098.
The 999 was designed by Pierre Terblanche, in the midst of much controversy over his style. He is known as a high-performance, race-oriented motorcycle. With its Ducati  L Twin Desmodromic Traditional Valve engine configuration, it features a linear power distribution, with high power and torque figures, even at low speeds. In addition, with its high specification suspension and lattice frame, it is one of the most refined motorcycles of its time.
Subsequently, more powerful 999S and 999R versions were introduced, both capable of 0-62 mph (0-100 km / h) in less than three seconds; and a top speed of more than 170 mph (270 km / h).
The 2005 Ducati 999S won the Maxisport category for the prestigious 2005 International Masterbike Comparison and finished second overall. He has been acclaimed by critics in many countries, such as the UK's MCN who called it "simply the best V-Twin on the planet", and Motorbikestoday.com who describes it as "the most successful road bike." desirable and the most exciting on the planet ". in 2004. MotorcycleUSA.com described it as "breathtaking" and "the epitome of power of V-Twin. "