WSBK » Rea turns attentions to 2013 after mixed finale


A podium finish in the final race of the World Superbike Championship season gives Jonathan Rea reason to feel positive heading into the winter.

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samas

October 08, 2012 3:58 AM

I see no one's interested in poor JR I thought he did quite well he was going good in race 1 didn't see him grab hand full of throttle just doing his usual round perhaps a little faster.

Pop-N-Fresh - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 8:01 AM

JR was exceptional today and it should have been a 1-2 finish for him. His (10 second lead) crash was an expensive and embarrassing lesson, but it will pay for itself at some point in the future.

WSBK was just incredible this year.

CONROD - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 1:26 PM

After two non incident races in moto gp here we have jr not thinging of a finish in race one and with a 8 or 10 second lead a rider of his experence should have brought the blade home in first position.
For me , the jury is out as to weather he can win this championship for honda in the future.

bipphil sp1 - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 2:56 PM

amcraponabike ---- the name says it all! Jealousy again! Rea made a race mistake in race one under difficult track conditions and rode well in race two to a second place-- if I had a team I would be pretty happy if my rider did that! Maybe he should have done like his team mate and just quit in the conditions! Just makes the aged blade look good by over riding it.

TC - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 4:36 PM

amcraponabike,

And so did three world champions Checa, Biaggi and Melandri along with many others so why single out Rea for critisism, get off the bandwagon.

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