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Rea to start Magny-Cours weekend

Jonathan Rea is back on his Ten Kate Honda for the final round of the World Superbike Championship, less than a week after fracturing his collarbone and scaphoid.
Jonathan Rea has made it out on track for the final round of the World Superbike Championship at Magny-Cours.

The Northern Irishman was a doubt a day prior to the concluding event in France after fracturing his scaphoid and collarbone in an accident at Imola.

Having been forced to miss race day in Italy, Rea said he would make a late decision over whether he will race in France, but he has decided to test his condition out during FP1.



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