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Moto2: Gino Rea chasing funds to race

Having lost out on a planned Moto2 ride with the new ESGP team, British rider Gino Rea has set-up a website offering merchandise in return for donations to help him source an alternative seat.

Take a look at: www.ginoreaclub.com

Rea, a former WSS race winner, took a podium finish during his debut 2012 Moto2 season with Gresini.


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garth - Unregistered

February 13, 2013 3:25 PM

Podium finisher is not to be sniffed at, especially in Moto2. It's a crime that Gino hasn't got a ride next season, he proved his speed in the wet last year when he could really ride to his potential. I'm sure given a decent ride he'd be up the pointy end.



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