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Gino Rea off to the Far East.

Newly-crowned European Superstock 600 Champion Gino Rea will fly to Hong Kong to compete in the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship in the Supersport 600s, the main class in the series.

ARRC is Asia's premier motorcycle road racing championship and the only motorcycle championship to span the Asian continent, moving from Malaysia, to the Philippines, to China, and Indonesia.

“Yesterday I went into central London with Andrew Stone to apply for our visas,” said Rea. “We go to China-Hong Kong on the 6th December to race in the Asia Road Racing Championship.

“It's going to be a exciting trip and we are going there to win. I'm looking forward to working with Andy again, who I worked with in 2008 when I finished the European Superstock 600c in third position.

“When we get back, Andy has arranged a World Supersport test, so that's another exciting trip to look forward to,” he revealed.


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pp916 - Unregistered

November 26, 2009 2:28 PM

This is what I like about Gino, he just wants to race bikes, anywhere, anytime and as often as possible, and I'm sure its not got much to do with making money. Good on ya mate, I hope you get the ride in WSS you deserve and enjoy the trip!

MD - Unregistered

November 29, 2009 10:40 AM

Given his lap times during his Yamaha test, and given the fact he won STK600 when clearly the Honda wasn't the bike to be on, it would be a travesty if Gino isn't in SS600 next year. Fingers crossed for Speedy G!



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