WSBK » Rea given all-clear for Donington Park

Further tests show the Castrol Honda rider has avoided significant injury following his high-speed accident at Phillip Island.

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Md Zane

March 08, 2011 9:56 AM

Johnny will crash again and again,fact is the blade is crap and he has to over ride it to get it going,how many quality team mates have failed on it.Tenkate are gonna have to dig deep into there finances this year because Xaus is gonna throw even more bikes into the skip.

TDS - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 11:16 AM

Jonathan Rea is not riding the best bike in W.S.B. but it shows just how good he is as he is always up there looking for the lead!! In my opinion, Jonny is one of the best there is and if he had a bike to match then he would be absolutely awesome, no doubt about it! So pleased he will be fit for Donington as I will be able to wave the flag I'm in the process of making!!!!!

Sillius Soddus - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 1:10 PM

Total respect for Rea.
I also trust Rea more than the weather - thanks all the same.

Even I wouldn't have picked that schedule for Donny.
Sure, it *could* be glorious like today.
Or ice racing
Or flooded
Or good for snowmobiles

There's silly. And then there's plain stupid.

Android - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 1:17 PM

How long before Rea's contract expires?

How a rider of such a high caliber signs a contract to ride such a turd is beyond comprehension.

That honda fireblade is a pos. Rea should send his resume to aprilia satellite or elsewhere.

Clever boy. - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 1:25 PM

The Honda WSB set-up courtesy of Ten Kate does seem to leave a bit to be desired at times,

..............but they have a very good MGP bike!

Be assured Jonathan is looking at the bigger picture.

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