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Tom Sykes and Kawasaki Officially Part Ways in WorldSBK With KRT clearly taking the side of Jonathan Rea, signing him to a new two-year contract, Sykes has been left to look for a new home. Where that    

The Magic of Misano Strikes for WorldSBK Under blue skies and a burning sun, the action on track was just as hot with Jonathan Rea, Michael van der Mark, and Melandri all fighting it out for the win. With Chaz Davies keeping a watching brief    

WorldSBK Misano Debrief – A Race Recap from ItalyJonathan Rea may have done the double at the Italian circuit, but WorldSBK was in rude health last weekend. Continue reading for    

Tom Sykes, Where Will You Be Racing Next Year? Superpole, Sykes sway in WorldSBK has waned with Jonathan Rea coming to KRT, and with Chaz Davies making progress with the Ducati Panigale R. The realities of the market will    

WorldSBK Laguna Seca Debrief – A Recap from the USA The Grim Rea-per It's hard to find a more dominant package in racing than Jonathan Rea and Kawasaki. The triple world champion has open an almost unassailable lead in the   

WorldSBK Racers Take on the Golden Gate Bridge The sun shone down over the Californian landmark, and Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK), Alex Lowes (Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team), Chaz Davies ( Racing – Ducati), Eugene Laverty   

Laguna Seca WorldSBK Preview – What to Expect in the USA Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes clashed in Race 2, and while there will likely be pronouncements of cordiality from both sides, it'   

WorldSBK Brno Debrief – A Recap from the Czech Republic Tensions between Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes overflowed, Alex Lowes delivered on his long-held promise, and we saw flashes of brilliance from else    

Kawasaki Signs Jonathan Rea for Two More Years in WorldSBK, so it's nice to finalize everything now, so that we can concentrate on the remaining races of 2018," said Jonathan Rea in the Kawasaki press release. "From the moment I arrived at the end of 2014, I was welcomed into the    

The Trouble with Teammates On Saturday, Jonathan Rea claimed his 60th career victory, but on Sunday the tensions of four years at Kawasaki overflowed.