Racing

Racing

Rea wins his sixth consecutive title

The Kawasaki Racing Team rider won his sixth WorldSBK World Championship on Saturday and made Kawasaki the winning firm of this world championship.

Jonathan Rea has been crowned WorldSBK World Champion after an unusual season. The Kawasaki Racing Team rider only needed to finish fourth in Saturday's race to claim the title at Estoril and hand over the constructors' championship to Kawasaki on Sunday. His teammate, Alex Lowes, finished sixth in the first long race, but suffered two crashes on S...

CATEGORIES

Rea more leader than ever

Jonathan Rea increased his advantage at the top of the WorldSBK championship after closing out a great weekend at MotorLand. Lowes overcame a stomach flu with very good results.

The second weekend at MotorLand Aragón was promising for the Kawasaki Racing Team. The timed sessions served as an appetizer, to show the good rhythm they would maintain despite the circumstances. Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes finished second and third respectively, just a few thousandths behind the leader. Saturday's results were more than positive,...

Jonathan Rea wins in Aragon

Rea returns to the top of the WorldSBK standings after a great weekend at the MotorLand Aragón circuit. Lowes remained calm after a crash on Saturday.

The motorbikes and the passion of the WorldSBK returned to Spain last weekend. The MotorLand Aragón circuit hosted another test of this curious and strange World Championship, without the fans. However, things could not have gone better for the Kawasaki Racing Team and Jonathan Rea. The Northern Irishman did not get off the podium and his teammate,...

GP Styria 2020

The red flag hurts Alex in Styria

The Red Bull Ring circuit was once again the protagonist of a Grand Prix for the second consecutive weekend. This time, the Styrian GP had another notorious accident that forced the red flag to be raised. Viñales lost control of his brakes, with enough time to jump off his bike and let it hit the end of the track protections. Unfortunately, that fl...

Alex continues to score points in Austria

The 2020 Austrian GP will be remembered for fortune and chaos. Alex Márquez scored points in the accidented MotoGP race and Stefan Bradl was seventeenth

Bastianini's bloodcurdling accident, with tremendous consequences for Syahrin, marked the Moto2 race at the Red Bull Ring circuit.   The Austrian Grand Prix promised to freeze us all, also in MotoGP. The red flag had to be raised after a nonsense clash between Zarco and Morbidelli on the straight, a impact that ended with both bikes cros...

Triple win for the Kawasaki Racing Team

Jonathan Rea won in all three races of the weekend in Portimao (Portugal), thus achieving the first position of the WorldSBK championship standings on his return after the covid-19 crisis.

The Kawasaki Racing Team arrived to Portimao with the main objective of stealing the lead from Scott Redding, a challenge that motivated rider Jonathan Rea like never to leave Portugal with a triplet under his arm. The second round of racing, of this strange season, could not have started better for the Kawasaki team. After getting the pole, Jonath...

A different World Championship

The Brno Grand Prix confirmed that we are facing the strangest world championship in recent times. The Repsol Honda team had Stefan Bradl as Marc Márquez's replacement and Álex Márquez finished fifteenth, thus scoring points in all the races held so far.

This will be a World Cup to remember and to forget. The coronavirus crisis forced its start to be delayed and the fall of Marc Márquez marked the first race, held in Jerez. Despite the motivation of the Cervera rider, a problem during his recovery forced him to cancel his participation in the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic. Stefan Bradl was his r...

The Kawasaki Racing Team returns at its 100%

The WorldSBK returned this past weekend, after the stop from the covid-19. The Kawasaki Racing Team did not miss the opportunity to demonstrate their good shape.

The races also return to the WorldSBK championship. The Kawasaki Racing Team riders have prepared for the return, held this weekend at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit. Temperatures reached 34 Celsius degrees during the FP2 but, despite the harsh conditions, Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes finished the first day in second and tenth position, respective...

The Repsol Honda team remains strong

Álex Márquez finished his second race in the points zone after Marc's retirement, who did not want to risk after Tuesday’s surgery.

The Red Bull Grand Prix of Andalusia had a main protagonist: Marc Márquez. After the brutal fall during his spectacular comeback in the last GP, the Repsol Honda rider had surgery that same Tuesday. Against all the odds, the Cervera rider appeared at the circuit of Jerez to compete. His presence in the practice session got all the attention, but in...