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Here’s how the first weekend of World Superbike went down.
It’s all over, and Jonathan Rea has not only taken the championship, he’s broken the all-time points record for a single season.
A couple new tracks have been added, and a couple others dropped. And, as usual, things start off at Phillip Island.
Kawasaki has taken the WSB manufacturer’s championship, thanks to the one-two punch of Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes.
The title was settled in pouring rain, but the second day was closer and more entertaining.
Tom Sykes’s injured hand meant his competition was able to capitalize on their opportunity at the Portuguese double-header.
Planners hope to get new circuit included on the World Superbike tour once its construction is completed.
Jonathan Rea grabs hold in Germany and doesn’t let go.
Ducati and Kawasaki battle it out.