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Motorcycles WSBK Jerez: Scott Redding defeats world champion Jonathan Rea in run one

16:45  01 august  2020
16:45  01 august  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Scott Redding zeigte eine kampfstarke Leistung © Aruba.it Racing - Ducati Scott Redding showed a powerful performance

Ducati works driver Scott Redding won the first WSBK race in Jerez z ( for race result ). The Superbike World Championship ookie prevailed in a tough duel with world champion Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki). Yamaha driver Toprak Razgatlioglu completed the podium on Saturday afternoon.

Redding started the first race from pole position. The WSBK rookie secured first place in the Superpole, but was only 0.034 seconds faster than Jonathan Rea and 0.040 seconds faster than BMW driver Tom Sykes on Saturday morning. Sandro Cortese (Pedercini-Kawasaki) started the first race from 12th on the grid.

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That Jonathan Rea and Chaz Davies have the talent to be in MotoGP is beyond question. What is holding them back is a combination of age and prejudice. Compare the World Superbike field, and Rea once again comes out on top. Only Chaz Davies comes anywhere near to Rea , the Aruba Ducati

Reigning champion Jonathan Rea concluded the second post-season World Superbike test at Jerez fastest of all, having topped both He still ended the day seventh despite this behind the works Ducati of WSBK debutant Scott Redding and ahead of his teammate Chaz Davies on the sister factory V4 R.

Jonathan Rea © Motorsport Images Jonathan Rea

At the start of the race the air temperature was 36 ° C. The asphalt had heated up to 58 ° C. Jonathan Rea got off to the best start and turned into the first corner ahead of Toprak Razgatlioglu. Pole setter Scott Redding fell back to third position and Sandro Cortese also lost positions at the start. The German was only in position 18 and lost another position in round one.

Chaz Davies © Aruba.it Racing - Ducati Chaz Davies Jonathan Rea performs leadership work for many turns

The order after the first round: Jonathan Rea in front of Toprak Razgatlioglu, Scott Redding, Loris Baz, Tom Sykes, Alvaro Bautista, Leon Haslam, Michael van der Mark , Eugene Laverty and Chaz Davies. The top 4 were able to pull away easily. Behind it, Tom Sykes was fighting for the connection. A small gap opened up to the group behind.

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Jonathan Rea cuts a familiar figure at the head of the WorldSBK Jerez test timesheets as Scott Redding suffers a crash at Jerez . A day after the MotoGP field completed its very final track running of the 2019 season, WorldSBK will follow suit at the same circuit with two days of running involving

WSBK rookie Federico Caricasulo (GRT-Yamaha) crashed after a few laps and was the first victim of the race to fall. And Tom Sykes was also in trouble. The BMW driver struggled with the technology and had to restart his motorcycle. As a result, the 2013 world champion slipped back to the last position. The race ended prematurely for Sykes. The Brit parked his BMW in the pits.

After five laps, the top 4 were within 1.3 seconds. Rea led the group of four. Razgatlioglu came under pressure from Redding. Baz struggled to connect. Three seconds behind, Ducati driver Chaz Davies drove away from the chasing group behind him.

Rea controlled the race and had a clear view. Behind it the leadership group pulled apart a little. Razgatlioglu tried to keep up. Redding was still within striking distance, but Baz struggled to keep up with the top 3 pace.

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Yamaha driver Michael van der Mark rolled out with a technical defect before the halfway point. This ended race one for the previous year's winner. The top 3 moved closer together at the top. Rea, Razgatlioglu and Redding separated only a few tenths of a second.

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WSBK ’s first five-time champion held a 61-point deficit to Bautista during June’s Jerez round, but a spate of crashes allowed Rea to overturn that deficit to come into the final race at Magny-Cours 104 points clear. Rea beat poleman Toprak Razgatlioglu on the run to Turn 1 at the start, with the Puccetti

The French rider led reigning world champion Rea , who secured his Kawasaki future during the five-month break with a new multi-year deal, by 0.062s. Alvaro Bautista on the best of the factory Hondas followed in third ahead of Ducati duo Scott Redding and Chaz Davies. Baz established himself at the

WSBK returnee Marco Melandri showed a strong chase after a weak qualifying. The Barni Ducati driver was in tenth place after the first half of the race. Melandri started the race from 19th on the grid.

Chaz Davies was the fastest driver in the field at halftime. The Welshman was only 2.3 seconds behind the leader and saw teammate Scott Redding pulling past Toprak Razgatlioglu's Yamaha at the end of the back straight and taking second place.

Scott Redding takes the lead

Rea and Redding easily shook off the Yamahas from Razgatlioglu and Baz. Six laps before the end of the race, Redding braked past Rea with an aggressive maneuver. Redding pushed Rea off the line as he braked Turn 6 and took the lead. Ducati teammate Chaz Davies had made the connection to the top 4 and was only 1.5 seconds behind the leader.

Redding tried to distance himself from Rea. But the world champion could not be shaken off. Redding misjudged braking on curve 6, but Rea couldn't take advantage of the mistake. Due to the small mistakes, the top 5 moved closer together and were within 1.1 seconds.

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Redding plans to study Rea in first WSBK races. Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea topped the final day of pre-season testing at Jerez , while Kawasaki teammate Alex Chaz Davies says having Scott Redding as his teammate in Ducati's factory World Superbike operation will be a

Loris Baz came under pressure from Chaz Davies, who sat next to the Yamaha in Turn 1 but had to retreat. Redding was able to free himself from his pursuers at the top. Three laps before the end of the race, the WSBK rookie pulled out a cushion of 0.7 seconds. Davies took the fourth position from Baz and had chances for the first podium of the season.

Exciting battle for the podium

At the top Redding managed the lead over Rea and started the last lap as the leader. Rea was a second behind. Behind it, Razgatlioglu and Davies dueled for the final place on the podium. Baz had lost touch.

Redding secured his first WSBK race win. Rea finished second. Razgatlioglu successfully fended off Davies' attacks and gave Yamaha a podium. Baz finished fifth behind Davies.

Ducati driver Michael Ruben Rinaldi finished run one in Jerez in sixth ahead of Vice World Champion Alvaro Bautista. Marco Melandri finished eighth, Alex Lowes disappointed in ninth, Leon Haslam completed the top 10.

Sandro Cortese ended the race 38th behind in 14th. BMW received one point. Eugene Laverty finished his S1000RR in 15th place. 18 drivers were classified in race one.

With victory in race one, Scott Redding took over the World Championship lead. The Superpole race on Saturday starts at 11:00 a.m. Run two follows at 2 p.m.

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