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CW INTERVIEW: Jonathan Rea The new 2015 Superbike World Champion brings roadrace glory back to Northern Ireland.

CW INTERVIEW: Jonathan Rea The new 2015 Superbike World Champion brings roadrace glory back to Northern Ireland.

With 12 wins and podium finishes in the opening 20 races, Jonathan Rea went into the Spanish round of the 2015 Superbike World Championship with a massive 144-point lead. He needed only to finish in the top nine to be sure of the title. And he did it. The Kawasaki factory rider secured his first...

Published on September 22 2015, 16:53
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

Kawasaki Racing Team Press Release: The factory WSB Ninja ZX-10R machines to be raced by 2013 World Champion Tom Sykes and recent KRT recruit Jonathan Rea will now feature prominent green Monster logos as part of a new graphics package. The final design of their 2015 machines will be unveiled at... 

After this weekend's World Superbike racing in Jerez, Jonathan Rea has finally emerged as the 2015 FIM Superbike World Champion, clinching the title with a fourth place in Race 1, and then backing up that result with another fourth place in Race 2. The championship title has been a long-time... 

Talk about a dominant performance ... Kawasaki's Jonathan Rea won 12 of the first 20 races in this WSB series, and finished on the podium in every single race until the first race this weekend in Spain. Ironically, the first podium missed by Rea was the fourth place finish in Race 1 earlier... 

Max Biaggi is back. Exactly 986 days since his last race, the 44-year-old is returning to competition at Misano as a wild card for Aprilia, alongside Leon Haslam and Jordi Torres. Last time Biaggi raced was on October 7, 2012, at Magny Cours, France, where he clinched his second World Superbike... 

Our man Kent Brockman (possibly his real name), sat down with Kawasaki's Jonathan Rea, to ask him how his World Superbike season is going so far. Rea gives an account of his season, what's been going on inside the Kawasaki Racing Team. He talks not only about the development of the current model... 

Kawasaki Racing Press Release: Born in Northern Ireland in 1987, Jonathan only joined the Kawasaki Racing Team for the 2015 season, after taking part in his first full WSB season in 2009. He made an immediate impact on the Ninja ZX-10R in winter testing and won the first race of the year for... 

Hayden says that a big difference between MotoGP and World Superbike is that the bike moves around quite a bit more, which makes it challenging to be as precise. With the 29th edition of the World Superbike opening round at Phillip Island, Australia, this weekend, motorcycle road racing fans all...