Motorcycles Impressive: Jonathan Rea when test faster than the MotoGP prototypes

19:20  06 may  2021
19:20  06 may  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Weltmeister Jonathan Rea geht als Favorit in die neue Saison © Kawasaki World Champion Jonathan Rea is the favorite in the new season

Jonathan Rea has completed the preseason tests with a recorddrunning. In the final forums in Aragon ( to the Test Report ), the Kawasaki pilot circulated the course in 1: 48.528 minutes and was thus faster than on his pole round in the previous year. In addition, Rea subbed the lap times of KTM-MotoGP Test Driver Dani Pedrosa, who also turned his laps in Aragon.

"I am very satisfied with this test," commented on the Superbike Record World Champion. "We were able to work out everything we had done. The racing simulations were most important to us. I graduated every day at the time of the race. Exactly, we drove a bit later because the temperatures were the highest temperatures at 3 pm. "

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"Step by step, we dealt with my driving style and with some electronic parts. But it was more about me so I could find a rhythm and could understand the behavior of the tires over many laps. In addition, we dealt with the electronics tuning, which we worked Use in the race, "reports Rea.

With the next victory, REA would reach the brand of 100 WSBK rivers. "It's not a formality," Warnes Rea at 'worldsbk.com'. "Of course it's my big goal to do that at the beginning of the season. I remember when I overtook Fogarty with the victory in Brno 2018. That was a milestone in my career. I think 100 will create the same feeling."

But to win, he has to prevail against Scott Redding, Toprak Razgatlioglu, Alvaro Bautista, Michael Van der Mark and the other top drivers. Which driver does Rea itself on the bill? "I think it's disrespectful to ask for names. Of course, it is always good for the media to ask. But always forgets names. I do not want to be disrespectful," he noticed.

"The past has already shown that the supposed favorite of his role is not fair and instead is an outsider on the front. Last year we had seven different race winners. We should not forget that," explains Rea. "I hope I can fight for the win at the first race weekend. Let's wait for those who can still mix."

The WSBK season 2020 starts on the penultimate May weekend in Aragon. A week after it goes on directly in Estoril.

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