Kevin Bracken entered this crowd favorite and completely one off example. I'll let hom tell you about it:
Ducati Tricolore 905 - This is what Ducati might have raced if they had continued with the bevel-drive engine in the mid-80’s. The frame is a close copy of the 750F1, modified (C&J/Mark Henry) to fit the bevel engine. Suspension consists of Yamaha R1 forks and custom made Wilbers shock. Front fender is aftermarket R1. Kosman triple clamps conceal an internal fork stop. Marvic magnesium wheels, originally for the 851, are modified to fit later model axles and spacing. Tank (M. Henry) is modeled after the F1. Italian flag paint, seat and rear hugger are all by the incredible Len Lochmiller. Brakes are Brembo. The 905cc engine has ’82 cases, plain bearing crank with my own design crankpin, Carrillo rods, S2 cylinders, external supply and return oil lines with full flow cooler and filter. Heads are heavily modified ’84 Pantah with bevel-drive grafted on. They have re-angled, larger valves, welded and re-contoured ports (the legendary CR Axtell and me) and specially made cams (VeeTwo). JE Pistons are my own design. Dry clutch (VeeTwo) is essential because of the massive torque. Ignition (V. Sachse) is optically triggered with nine advance curves. Fuel delivery is by FCR flat slide carburetors and exhaust uses Axtell megaphones with Supertrapp cans. An earlier version of this bike placed at a Laguna BOTT in 1985. The bike is absolutely amazing to ride!!