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Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea topped the final World Superbike pre-season two-day test for 2020 at Phillip Island, ahead of the opening round at the same venue.
Reigning champion Jonathan Rea concluded the second post-season World Superbike test at Jerez fastest of all, having topped both days on his Kawasaki.
Jonathan Rea passed Honda’s Stefan Bradl on-track to put Kawasaki in the lead of the Suzuka 8 Hours at the halfway point of the race.
Jonathan Rea survived two red flags to win the opening World Superbike race at a wet Misano circuit as Alex Lowes crashed from the lead.
World Superbike star Jonathan Rea said he is "slowly getting used to" not being the fastest man in the series, after conceding three more race wins to Alvaro Bautista at Buriram.
Jonathan Rea overcame illness to win the second World Superbike race at Villicum and become the first World Superbike rider in history to win 10 successive races in a single season.
Jonathan Rea eased to victory in the inaugural World Superbike race at Villicum to collect his ninth consecutive win and secure the manufacturers' title for Kawasaki.
Newly-crowned four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says a mid-season test at Brno “transformed” his Kawasaki into a true title contender, after it had “survived” tough opening rounds.
Newly-crowned four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea completed the double by winning the second Magny-Cours race after an early battle with Chaz Davies, Michael van der Mark and Marco Melandri.
Jonathan Rea has won a record fourth successive World Superbike title after dominating the opening race at Magny-Cours ahead of Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes.
Tom Sykes snatched World Superbike Magny-Cours pole away from Kawasaki teammate Jonathan Rea with a new lap record.
Jonathan Rea ended the opening day of the French World Superbike weekend fastest by 0.201 seconds from Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes.
Jonathan Rea's perceived lack of charisma has recently been blamed for World Superbike's decline in popularity. But Lewis Duncan argues the Kawasaki rider isn't to blame, and says some out-of-the-box thinking is required to excite the fans again.
Jonathan Rea battled hard to secure the World Superbike double in Portugal to put one hand on the title, while Michael van der Mark and Marco Melandri completed the podium.