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Jonathan Rea dominates Portimao with a perfect WorldSBK weekend. 1️⃣-1️⃣-1️⃣🏁🏆
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Perfect WorldSBK Weekend For Rea At Portimao

That was a perfect weekend. The fastest laps, pole position and three race wins. I do not think it was the result, but it was the way that we made the result this weekend. I could really enjoy the bike. It is strange, because sometimes fighting for a sixth place, like we did in Jerez last time, feels like I was riding 100%. Giving everything to finish sixth. This weekend I could do whatever I wanted and kept increasing the gap at the front. It is an incredible feeling as a rider. I knew Portimao was going to be a good track, and I was talking myself into a good result, but we did not come here in the winter tests so I knew it could also be a difficult weekend. I did not start well on Friday in FP1, but we were able to just work calmly together and understand the bike. http://jonathan-rea.com/news/perfect-worldsbk-weekend-rea-portimao


Jonathan Rea won both Sunday WorldSBK races in Portugal to take the lead in the 2020 FIM World Superbike Championship for the first time
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Full weekend Vlog drop later in the week, but for now, here’s how I’m feeling after a full set . . . 📽 @gspmedia @krt_worldsbk @monsterenergy @araieu @alpinestars @insidebikes @snackpata @oakleymotorsports

Full weekend Vlog drop later in the week, but for now, here’s how I’m feeling after a full set
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Rea Takes Clear Saturday Win in Portugal

A great weekend so far. We arrived focused on the race and we knew it was going to be a hot 20 laps. The work we have been doing in the summer in the ‘pre-season’ before the restart has been really good, especially in the heat. I was able to understand the level of tyre drop and adjust my position on the bike accordingly. I really enjoyed the race because when the gap on the pit board is increasing, it is a lot of fun. Thanks to all the Kawasaki Racing Team because I think we got the best out of the Ninja ZX-10RR today. We learned a lot for tomorrow as I think this is the first time I did 20 laps in succession this weekend. Just at the end of the race there are still some things we can try to improve for tomorrow. All-in-all, a really positive day. http://jonathan-rea.com/news/rea-takes-clear-saturday-win-portugal


Kawasaki Racing Team rider Jonathan Rea took a stunning flag to flag victory in the opening race of the Portimao race weekend today, reco
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Rea Third Fastest On Opening Day In Portugal

Today has been interesting because there is a lot less grip on the track than there was last season when we were able to be super fast from the early laps. This race weekend it took a little bit of time for the track to get some rubber down and we were able to go faster in the afternoon, even with hotter temperatures. That means that the track is getting better and better. We have been understanding the tyre options that are available to us. I made a longer run in the second session to understand how the bike is behaving and to set-up the electronics a little bit better for the end of the race. We have our front tyre choice all set for tomorrow and there is still a question mark over which rear tyre to use. We have some more time in the morning to understand. But the bike is working well over race distance already and I am feeling a lot better than I did at Jerez. The bike is ‘talking’ to me a little bit more and I understand what is happening when the grip drops. It has been pretty positive. http://jonathan-rea.com/news/rea-third-fastest-opening-day-portugal


Jonathan Rea ended his first day of practice at the Portuguese round of the FIM Superbike World Championship in third place, as the on-tr
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