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Magny-Cours WSB Results (Both Race 1 and Race 2)


The unstoppable Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki) took another two wins at Magny-Cours this weekend and secured his fourth WSB championship in a row!

In Race 1, Rea’s Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes followed him home in second place, with Xavi Forés (Ducati) third. Race 2 saw Chaz Davies (Ducati) gain his first podium since returning from injury by finishing ahead of third place Michael van der Mark (Yamaha).

You will find full results for Race 1 here and Race 2 here. For additional details and points, visit the official WSB site.

 


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9 Comments

  1. GT says:

    WSBK with Jonathan Rea ….. Yawn … At least it’s making Moto America look more interesting.

  2. pat dep says:

    Even with a restricted bike he managed to pull it off. Great rider and human being makes for a great ambassador for the sport

  3. Sour grapes says:

    He is the reason I don’t watch superbikes anymore. It is boring!!!!!! Just rea and kawa the whole time.

  4. TF says:

    I would love to see him AND Kawasaki in MotoGP.

    Has anyone been following 300SSP? Congrats to Ana Carrasco!

  5. 5229 says:

    amazing! Now I’d like to see him in MotoGP.

    • Jeremy in TX says:

      Yes, it is time for the guy to get a call. He shouldn’t be playing in the minor leagues anymore.

      • Anonymous says:

        He would get a satellite ride in MotoGP and be a bit player in the big show. Better to be a Kawasaki Hero in WSBK and retire a legend.

        • Jeremy in TX says:

          You assume he would get a satellite bike, but that isn’t necessarily the case. Even if a satellite bike were the only option, landing on an LCR Honda or Pramac Ducati wouldn’t be such a bad deal. While it wouldn’t make any sense for him to move to MotoGP without a good bike to land on, no true champion would want to end his career in WSBK, even one as glorious as Rea’s.

  6. Pacer says:

    A green day for Kawi.

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