WSBK » Rea: Two podiums the goal in Salt Lake City


Hannspree Ten Kate Honda ace Jonathan Rea admits that now is the time to start regularly notching up podiums if he is to successfully halt Alstare Suzuki rival Leon Haslam's 2010 World Superbike Championship charge - beginning in Utah this weekend

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Phil - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 1:57 PM

I tipped Rea to win the c/ship this year and i guess he can still do it. The team seem to have some set-up issues at each round, which makes it difficult for him to be competitive straight away in practice.
Look at where his team-mate is in the standings, 18th and 118 points behind Rea, which i think shows just how hard JR is riding.

RawDawg

May 27, 2010 2:06 PM

Rea has a good shot at the double at Miller.

The Honda has always gone well there. Checa did the double in 2008 and Rea had a podium there last year. No Spies on his home track to deal with so it's there for the taking.

Good luck to Jonny.

Honda4Life

May 27, 2010 2:22 PM

Agree with both the post above.

Cmon Johnny i know he can do it. yea tipped him for the title this year and i still think he can do it too. The ten kate honda has gone pretty well here in the past so fingers crossed.

Still the classiest rider in the field IMO. And the youngest rider in the top 5. needless to say a future champ i hope he also gets a ride in Motogp

GOOOO on Reaaaaaaaaaa!!!!

RockStarArtist - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 3:58 PM

I predict he bins one in the gravel, and podiums a 2nd place this weekend.

Suzuki has a lot of data on this track, with Haslam getting it on so well with the zuki, i think he pinches podium's on both races...maybe even a double win.

190mph - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 8:48 PM

I think it's great that they're racing on Monday. Considering all the c##p that's on tv on a Monday it will be good to have something decent to watch.

If racing on a Monday meant that there could be more rounds in WSBK becauase they wouldn't be clashig with F1 and MotoGP then bring it on.

Finally, good luck to all the UK riders and here's hoping for more close and fierce race action.

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