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Jonathan Rea
Born 2 February in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.

After making his competition debut in moto-x, Jonathan Rea began to make his mark in Superbike in Great Britain in 2003. Five years later he moved up to the Supersport world championship where he was straightaway on the top of the podium. Arriving in World Superbike in 2009 he has been there ever since. Recruited by Kawasaki in 2015, he won the championship that same year. Five more followed. Beaten last year by Toprak Razgatlioglu, Jonathan Rea’s only ambition this year is to get back his crown. With 112 victories, 215 podiums, 92 lap records and 35 pole positions in 341 races, whatever happens, the Brit will remain part of WSBK legend.


  • 6 times Superbike world champion

  • 112 World Superbike victories

  • 215 World Superbike podiums

  • 3 World Supersport victories

Alex Lowes
Born 14 September 1990 in Lincoln, England.

The twin brother of Elf Marc VDS Racing Moto2 rider Sam, Alex Lowes cut his teeth in the British Superbike championship. After winning the title in 2013 on a Honda, he joined the world championship and immediately got on the podium. Recruited by Yamaha in 2017, he scored his first WSBK success the following season in the Czech Republic. In 2019, he finished third in the world championship behind Jonathan Rea and Alvaro Bautista with nine podium finishes. Recruited by Kawasaki in 2020 to replace Tom Sykes, the Brit scored four podium finishes, including one win, to finish sixth overall. Lowes was unable to defend his chances properly last year due to injury. Eighth in the overall standings, he is obviously hoping for much better results in 2022.


  • 2 wins in World Superbike

  • 29 World Superbike podiums

The moto : Ninja ZX-10R


Engine info

Other info

Displacement : 998 cc

Power : 210 hp

6-speed transmission

Aluminum perimeter frame

Suspensions Öhlins

Dry weight : 174 kg

AKRAPOVIC Titanium exhaust system

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