WSBK » Rea eager to get title bid on track at Misano


Jonathan Rea returns to the scene of his first ever WSBK win in 2009 looking to recover ground in the 2014 World Superbike standings.

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reinmacre

June 19, 2014 12:10 AM

Good that Jonathan won his maiden WSBK race in Misano. Surprising that after completely running away from everyone in Imola, JR65 struggled so much the following two rounds. Is this attributable to bike setup and the strengths and weaknesses of the Fireblade? One would have to think so.

shamarone

June 19, 2014 2:11 PM

re: "JR65 struggled so much the following two rounds. Is this attributable to bike setup and the strengths and weaknesses of the Fireblade? One would have to think so."

well everybody pretty much sucked wind in sepang (no data). whoever did well there was pure luck of the draw. turned out to be aprilia, but it couldve been anybody's kit.

KnowNothing

June 19, 2014 3:50 PM

shamarone:
well everybody pretty much sucked wind in sepang (no data). whoever did well there was pure luck of the draw. turned out to be aprilia, but it couldve been anybody's kit.


Not really luck as Aprilia (and MM) had lots of prior data and experience from that track. Doesn't guarantee a win, but helps.

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