WSBK » Rare pole for Rea at Imola


Jonathan Rea takes pole position for the Imola World Superbike round.

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Fullofit

May 10, 2014 4:05 PM

& when he goes ANOTHER season without a championship, too many people on here will be crying about him riding a 300 year old bike.

That bike has won races every year ... it's Rea's consistency that's been letting them down.

grantrd

May 10, 2014 6:29 PM

Not bad for a 7 year old bike and no hrc support.... Huge credit to Rea as well! Can't wait for the new blade next year, that must have been what Rea has been waiting for.... I remember in an interview he did last year he said he would rather be riding the old blade than the panigale that he was approached to ride last year....

RB64

May 10, 2014 6:50 PM
Last Edited 196 days ago

grantrd: Not bad for a 7 year old bike and no hrc support.... Huge credit to Rea as well! Can't wait for the new blade next year, that must have been what Rea has been waiting for.... I remember in an interview he did last year he said he would rather be riding the old blade than the panigale that he was approached to ride last year....

I thought I read in an interview with mr ten kate they do get some HRC parts...
But still most credits go to JR!!

ProfessorX

May 10, 2014 7:45 PM
Last Edited 197 days ago

Pretty sure they were maybe are running Cosworth stuff, and only got some small attention from HRC in terms of 'tuning' for what ever that was worth. Problem is it's Honda, and Honda are not covering them the whole year and working at every track.

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