round for fans, riders and teams, it has seen 15 different race winners over the years, but it has been Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) who has made his mark over the past two seasons, winning the last three races around
Ninja style is clearly visible in the new Ninja 125 with a silhouette and graphic treatment that owes much to Jonathan Rea's WorldSBK winning Ninja ZX-10RR. With the big bike look and feel, the 125 cc machine surely fits well
As such, the show includes interviews with Tom Sykes, Alex Lowes, Eugene Laverty, Jake Gagne, and Jonathan Rea. The topics cover things like the rider silly season, the new rules for the year and how they've affected
the making, turned out to be a fizzle, largely because of a poor fueling and pit stop strategy, which saw Jonathan Rea first run out of gas, and then stay out on slicks during a rain storm.
As he tumbled down the
On the show we are also joined by Jonathan Rea and Michael Laverty, who shed a ton of insight into what it's like riding the Suzuka Specials, the differences
With Jonathan Rea hitting the deck in the treacherous conditions, it took a potential race-winner out of contention, and ended three and
at the 8-Hours before, and it is a full 25 years since Kawasaki claimed their sole win, but with Jonathan Rea and a host of his KRT WorldSBK squad involved, it was clear this was a changed outfit.
Jonathan Rea's pole position for Kawasaki ended three year's of Yamaha topping the times. The three-time WorldSBK champion will
Jonathan Rea was asked after securing pole position for tomorrow's Suzuka 8-Hours about the feeling he has with Bridgestone tires,
Jonathan Rea grabbed the headlines on Friday in Japan, with an unofficial lap record at the Suzuka 8-Hours, which put the