Ducati punctuated racing history books, when in April of1972 they rocketed to an historic double podium victory in the Imola Grand Prix. Ducati racing division presented winner Paul Smart his with race winning bike, while the second place Spaggiari bike was already sold to an Australian collector. Bruno Spaggiari in turn received this special 5th prototype - pre-production 750 Sport.
This prototype was delivered to Bruno Spaggiari of Reggio Emilia on July 27 1972 and registered on July 28 with the plate RE63144. In 2001 renowned Ducati enthusiast, Hideki Fujikami became the second owner, and the bike remained in the famed Collezione Giappone until 2008, at which time it was sold to a European collector. In 2012 ownership changed to a U.S. based collection and finally to Stuart Parr Collection in 2020.
The bike was restored in Japan and has been ﬁnished to an extremely high standard - it is the final prototype variant built by Ducati and is believed to be the only remaining prototype 750 Sport in existence.
This motorcycle is among the most historically important privately held Ducatis and represents a fantastic chapter in Ducati Racing history.