Double Podium for Kawasaki and Rea

Date posted on October 18, 2021
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Kawasaki Racing Team’s Jonathan Rea scored third and second places on the final day of race action of the World Superbike round at the Circuito San Juan Villicum which means that the final round in November will be the championship decider. Alex Lowes was ninth in the Superpole Race and but opted to let his injured hand recover and not compete in Race Two.

Jonathan Rea  : “I was really happy with how I felt on the bike, and more so in Race Two. We did something really strange with the bike set-up that you wouldn’t consider and it transformed the bike, especially the grip level I had from the beginning. I have been struggling all weekend to make the tyres work – and then I had it. The combination of SC2 front and SCX rear tyre really worked. Today I had traction and feeling and I could play with the bike. In Race Two I just lost a bit of time behind Toprak and Scott was able to really go. I really want thank my team today, especially Pere because he never gave up investigating my problems. In this weekend, in this race, we could find something good. We won’t give up and we will keep working really hard. I enjoyed the race and I enjoyed being here in Argentina, so thank you to all the fans who came out to see us. It was really nice to see them. I am really looking forward to Indonesia.”

Alex Lowes : “The weekend started off well and I felt a good step in my performance, compared to the last few rounds, with my hand. The first race was really good with fourth place finish but then on Sunday when I woke up after the effort we put in yesterday I was in a lot of pain. We tried to ride in the Superpole race but I just didn’t have enough power. So we had to make the decision to stop the weekend early. The good thing is that this is another track, on another weekend, where we have shown our speed. Obviously it is disappointing given all the effort it has taken to be here not to compete in all three races but we have to look at the positive points and focus on going forward.”

KRT celebrated Kawasaki’s 125th anniversary with retro colors in Race 1

Source : KRT

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