Jonathan Rea1987-02-02 (age 32)
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Reigning champion Jonathan Rea concluded the second post-season World Superbike test at Jerez fastest of all, having topped both days on his Kawasaki.
Reigning world champion Jonathan Rea eased to his 13th win of the 2019 World Superbike season, after beating Alvaro Bautista in the Superpole race at Villicum.
Eugene Laverty says Jonathan Rea’s decision to take part in Saturday’s World Superbike race in Argentina was “spineless”, after he initially stood for the boycott being organised over dangerous track conditions.
Newly-crowned five-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea has revealed that pre-season talk of Ducati's new bike being a 'Kawasaki killer' spurred him on throughout the 2019 campaign.
Jonathan Rea is the 2019 World Superbike champion, after taking victory in the second feature race in France while main title rival Alvaro Bautista crashed early on.
Jonathan Rea edged Michael van der Mark to World Superbike pole in a wet France Superpole by 0.014 seconds, while Alvaro Bautista struggled in the tricky conditions to 14th.
Jonathan Rea says he stands by Kawasaki's decision to bench Toprak Razgatlioglu during the Suzuka 8 Hours, even though this pushed the Turkish rider into severing ties with the marque.
Alvaro Bautista resisted a late charge from Jonathan Rea to claim his first World Superbike victory since June’s Misano round in the second feature race in Portimao.
Jonathan Rea eased to his second win of the Portimao World Superbike weekend, while Alvaro Bautista recovered from a poor start to claim second in the Superpole race.
Kawasaki duo Leon Haslam and Jonathan Rea have described their “rollercoaster of emotions” in the Suzuka 8 Hours, as they went from losing the race on the last lap to being declared eventual winners.
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 extended his World Superbike Championship lead to 49 points with victory in race one at Laguna Seca, after Alvaro Bautista crashed again.
Jonathan Rea pipped Chaz Davies to his first World Superbike pole position at Laguna Seca by 0.009 seconds in a qualifying session interrupted by an early red flag.
Jonathan Rea fended off Toprak Razgatlioglu in a tense second World Superbike feature race at Donington Park to complete the treble and extend his championship lead.