WSBK » 'Feel good factor' for fastest Rea


"I came in to the pits near the end and got a new tyre then went out and we got a bit of a feel good factor" - Jonathan Rea.

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McLarenP

February 24, 2012 8:46 AM

This is it Jonny, this is it!!! I am so pleased that Jonny will now be able to do what he is capable of - win the championship! There has been so much bad luck over the last few years that at long last - Here's Jonny!!!!!!!!!!

Pics - Unregistered

February 24, 2012 9:19 AM

Isn't Jonny running 65 again this year? That would make the pic Hiro.

Good luck to all the riders this weekend. I can't wait to watch some bike racing again!

uit, Paul P - Unregistered

February 24, 2012 10:26 AM

That's not Rea in the piccie, it's Aoyama wearing his Arlen Ness suit, whereas Rea wears A'stars. Both wear Arai, have Red Bull as a personal backer, with similar helmet liveries and then there's the whole 65 becomes 4, but 4 rides alongside...all very confusing....

Fuji - Unregistered

February 24, 2012 1:31 PM

Don't worry Rea's racing suit will be scuffed up soon enough so we can tell very easy where he's at.

Always the same with Crash Rea starts out fast doesn't know when to quit and bam scuff marks..

Fuji = Plonker - Unregistered

February 24, 2012 7:38 PM

Fuji:

As usual Johnny has given 100% and the results show that, in the past he has crashed while over riding a slow bike to stand any chance of a result

If, as these times suggest, the Honda is finally a competitive package then Rea will deliver

One last point to consider, as has always been the case Johnny has completely out performed his team mate, only this year the team mate just happens to be a former 250cc world champion and Moto GP rider who is a full second slower

Food for thought.......

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