Mandalika, Indonesia, March 13th 2023 - Alex Lowes took his first podium of the season, finishing third in the Sprint race, but the weekend in Mandalika was not kind to the Kawasaki riders.
Phillip Island, Australia, 27th February, 2023 -It was an eventful weekend for the Kawasaki riders at the Phillip Island circuit, which hosted the first round of the Superbike Championship.
Phillip Island, Australia, November 21st, 2022 - Jonathan Rea took a final win of the season at the last round in Australia. The six-time world champion wasn’t off the podium all weekend and was even twice...
Mandalika, Indonesia, November 16th - Although unable to prevent Alvaro Bautista from winning the world title this year, Jonathan Rea nevertheless managed to get on the podium three times this weekend.
San Juan Villicum, Argentina, October 24th - With three podiums in Argentina, Jonathan Rea remains in the top three in the World Superbike Championship.
Portimao, Portugal, Octobre 10th - Jonathan Rea won the Superpole and took three third places at the Portimao circuit. Alex Lowes also finished in the top five in all three races.
Barcelona, Catalunya, September 27th - Despite unfavorable conditions, Jonathan Rea took two more podiums in Catalunya. The British rider even shared the second with his teammate Alex Lowes.
Magny-Cours, France, September 12th - Jonathan Rea ‘enjoyed’ an eventful weekend at France’s Magny-Cours circuit...
Most, Czech Republic, August 1st - No victory at Most, but two more podiums for Jonathan Rea who maintains his second place in the overall rankings.
Donington, UK, July 18th - With three podiums at Donington, Jonathan Rea consolidates his second place in the overall standings and reduces his gap on the leader.
Misano, Italy, June 14th 2022 - Up against an on-form Alvaro Bautista and high temperatures that did him no favours, Jonathan Rea did his best to stay in touch with the championship leader. With two podiums to his credit, the Kawasaki rider made the best...
Estoril, Portugal, May 25th 2022 – With three podiums, including two wins, Jonathan Rea took big points in Portugal and the Kawasaki rider is now just seventeen points behind leader Alvaro Bautista.