WSBK » Rea: Plenty of time to catch up yet


Having ceded vital ground to key rivals Leon Haslam and Max Biaggi with a double DNF at Monza, Hannspree Ten Kate Honda star Jonathan Rea is now bidding to get his 2010 World Superbike Championship title challenge back on-track at Kyalami, scene of his maiden podium in the series last year

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The Blob - Unregistered

May 14, 2010 12:06 AM

Rea is as fast as f***! If he can develop some consistency, which pains me to say but it was a silly mistake at Monza race 1, then he can win the title. I know Honda have had issues, but they were pre season favourites along with Haslam, and should be a bit closer to the top of the table. Afterall this is now Rea's third year at world level, and it would be a shame if he ends up another nearly man, because he is a natural.

Hookem

May 15, 2010 7:58 AM
Last Edited 1567 days ago

Hey we are talking about an odds on favorite to be one of the UK riders. Look at the numbers. And I thought this was his second year, not third. No matter. The boy is fast. Great year for the English. James Toseland, Leon Haslam, Cal Crutchlow, Johnatha Rea. Just to mention a few.

One thing I have not noticed, is who is rooting for who? In the UK? I mean, no post for this guy? It is almost stupid !!!

You have to admit that the 2010 WSBK Series to date is just wack. Mr Rea's experience over some other UK riders should serve him well.

James back. Cal a rookie. Hell from where I sit he is in a very good position compared to other WSBK riders via the UK.

GO REA !!!

:p


Hookem

May 15, 2010 8:25 AM
Last Edited 1567 days ago

Posted by motopsycho

"Anyone can have a bad weekend Johnny, you've just got to kick her in the guts now"

Question for you guys.

Which bike is best suited for Kyalyami ??? And why ???

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