Yeah ok, I biased, but who cares! Once again, in similar Italian style to Mugello, it's about bringing people together to have fun in a friendly environment. For those that don't know, WDW is held every two years at Misano World Circuit, anyone in the EU its around 60 euro and for anyone else it's gratis! It's huge! 81,000 attendees, on Saturday morning they had 8,000 bikes through the gates in the first two hours! The event is held over three days, Saturday being the biggest day. Over the three days you can take you own bike out in track sessions, tests ride bikes outside the circuit, seminars, bike releases, Audi/Lambo track rides, signings, engine building comps, you name and it's probably there! They reckon 120 events are held over the three days, I can tell you we spent a fair bit of time there and missed out on heaps but we didn't miss out on the water park on the Friday night! We started by collecting out tickets on the Wednesday, knowing Stoner was testing we asked to enter...Nope. Scouring the outside of the track lead us down some random dirt road and into the circuit where was sat unbothered for an hour or so. Security finally came and asked us to leave, he was apologising to us as were walking out! Thursday was spent on a factory tour, yeah it's pretty cool watching Ducati's getting built. It's actually a pretty relaxed environment, every bike built is an order there are no bikes built for reserves, every bike is dyno'd as well. We also went through the newly opened museum, there's a hell of a lot of history and significant bikes in there. Anyway, there's a heap I could say about the weekend, so here's a bit of a clip I put together.