Kawasaki Press Release: Jonathan Rea, Q&A With The 2015 World Superbike Champion

A press release interview with the 2015 World Superbike champion:

Jonathan Rea: Superbike World Champion 2015

After finishing fourth in the first WorldSBK race at Jerez de la Frontera in Spain Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) became the FIM Superbike World Champion for the first time in his career.

Born in Northern Ireland in 1987, Jonathan only joined the Kawasaki Racing Team for the 2015 season, after taking part in his first full WSB season in 2009.

WSBK Press Release: Jonathan Rea, 2015 World Superbike Champion

A press release on Jonathan Rea from the series organizer:

Jonathan Rea: 2015 eni FIM Superbike World Champion
An undeniable talent seals an indisputable world title.

The Pirelli Spanish Round has gone down in history as the WorldSBK race meeting at which Jonathan Rea was crowned World Champion of 2015. The British rider, standard bearer of the Kawasaki Racing Team, clinched the ultimate goal in Race 1 courtesy of his fourth position. He has been pursuing the title since his first full campaign in 2009.

2015 Jerez World Superbike Preview Press Releases

Press release previews from the series organizer and teams ahead of the Jerez round of World Superbikes:

#JerezWorldSBK poised to crown a new Champion

Rea only needs a top 10 finish in Race 1 to clinch the title at the Pirelli Spanish Round.

Jonathan Rea is just six points away from the ultimate goal in WorldSBK: the eni FIM Superbike World Championship title of 2015.

2015 Silverstone MotoGP Saturday Round Up: Used Tires, Tough Love And The Chance of Rain

Predicting how a MotoGP race will play out is hard. Scratch that, predicting how a MotoGP race will play out is downright impossible. We scour the sector and lap times, talk to as many riders as possible, try to make sense of what they tell us, and take our best guess based on all we have learned. And inevitably, we get it wrong. Because there was something we missed, or because some random factor intervened, or because we didn't pay enough attention to what the riders were telling us, or perhaps paid too much attention to it.

The Men Who Would Be Champion: Who Will Take The 2015 MotoGP Title?

With just days to go until MotoGP hits the second half of the season, now is a good time to start asking the question who is in the hot seat for the 2015 MotoGP championship. Valentino Rossi leads the title chase by 13 points, but his lead is due more to his terrifying consistency than racking up win after win. Jorge Lorenzo had a seemingly invincible run from Jerez to Barcelona, but has also finished well off the podium. Andrea Iannone has been brilliantly consistent, but has not looked capable of winning, which is a prerequisite for a MotoGP title.

2015 Sepang World Superbike Post-Qualifying Press Releases

Press releases from the teams and series organizers after qualifying at Sepang:

Tom Sykes claims Malaysian Tissot-Superpole

Torres and Guintoli on front row, Rea to start from seventh place on the grid.

Tom Sykes (GBR) will head the grid on a WorldSBK race day for the 28th time

The tenth Tissot-Superpole of the 2015 eni FIM Superbike World Championship season was claimed in emphatic style by Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) after a tense Superpole 2 in 34 degrees heat at the 5.543km Sepang International Circuit.

2015 Sepang World Superbike Preview Press Releases

Previews of this weekend's upcoming World Superbike round at Sepang from the series organizers and the teams:

World Superbike heads to Malaysia for Round 10

Sepang International Circuit stages the Pirelli Malaysian Round.

For the second time in its history, the Sepang International Circuit is all-set to host a round of the eni FIM Superbike World Championship. Just a stone’s throw from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the venue first featured on the calendar last year. It now returns two months later in the year than it did in 2014.


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