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Dual education in Italy: successful start for social project of Audi subsidiary in Ducati and Lamborghini
Ducati and Lamborghini, Italian companies part of Audi AG group, have celebrated a milestone with their joint social project â€śDual Education System Italy,â€ť which has been created in cooperation with the Volkswagen Workforce Foundation, the Italian Ministry for Teaching, Universities and Research, and the Ministry of Education of the region Emilia Romagna. The two companies are enabling young Italians, largely from socially disadvantaged families, to take the next important step of their dual education and training based on the German system. Following the first component of education in a college, the young people are now starting their practical training. For this purpose, Lamborghini and Ducati have set up modern training centers in their plants.
Traditionally, the Moscow International Automobile Salon 2012 kicked off in the capitalâ€™s International Crocus Expo Center on August 31.
Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden joined Ferrariâ€™s Formula 1 drivers for a spectacular exhibition on Madonna di Campiglioâ€™s frozen lake in front of an enthusiastic crowd of over 5,000 people.
The document to this effect was signed by Mikhail Kapirulin, general director of the Omega center for the transfer of technology of the construction sector of the Krasnodar region, and Bernie Ecclestone, the owner of commercial rights to the Formula 1 series.
Audi, currently one of the most successful and ambitious car manufacturers, was founded nearly three centuries ago in the German village of Ingolstadt on the banks of the Danube. Truth be told, if you take a stroll around the town, you can see what people missed here even that long ago.
PANAVTO, Yamahaâ€™s official dealership, and OVOD, Nissanâ€™s official dealership, organized big maneuvers in Moscow last weekend to celebrate the Defender of the Fatherland Day.
For four days of autumn on October 10-13, 2008, the Crocus Expo exhibition center in Moscow was transformed into a technical rarities show called Oldtimer-Gallery.
Construction on the first-ever Formula 1 track in Russia has begun in the Moscow suburbs, a source in the Moscow regional government reported. The organizers of the construction acknowledge the possibility that MotoGP races may take place here in the future as well.
The fourth and final race of the Russian Road-Racing Championship, which took place at the Moscow circuit (the Myachkovo airfield) on August 30, 2008, was attended by an honorable guest, Red Wingsâ€™ pilot Nikolay Agapov.