WSBK » Rea reflects on 'crazy' race two victory

'It's nice to win and, in that second race, everybody wanted to win so bad. It was a crazy race' - Jonathan Rea

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Typical - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 9:26 AM

Rea as reckless, wild and out of control as expected! The guy will NEVER win a championship he is just a liability to himself and every other rider. Thank god no one will give him a motogp ride, I can only imagine what carnage he'd cause there!

there there now - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 9:52 AM

@TYPICAL : Of armchair racers like , well like you
just trying to get noticed by bad mouthing Rea , when
REAL RACERS IE Hodgson / Haydon and others all say they would have done the same , so go away and get a life.

sam - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 11:54 AM

Why are people so obsessed on causing and argument and criticizing people! Jealousy? I would have made the move Johnny Did being a racer myself, I would have been gutted about ACCIDENTLY taking the front two out but you are not there to follow each other round, you are there to race and put on a show for the crowd and sponsors and ultimately to win! Class win by a class rider! Enough said :)

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