Netherlands flagRace 1 - Event results
1 Jonathan Rea 33m 48.898s 19.242 km/h
2 Chaz Davies 1.098
3 Michael van der Mark 4.140
4 Leon Haslam 4.517
5 Tom Sykes 6.140
6 Jordi Torres 11.007
7 Xavi Fores 15.029
8 Sylvain Guintoli 17.718
9 Nicolas Terol 22.706
10 Leon Camier 22.867
Netherlands flagRace 2 - Event results
1 Jonathan Rea 33m 51.013s 169.066 km/h
2 Chaz Davies 0.439
3 Michael van der Mark 2.831
4 Leon Haslam 2.992
5 Tom Sykes 6.508
6 Jordi Torres 7.092
7 Sylvain Guintoli 11.190
8 Xavi Fores 15.636
9 Alex Lowes 16.402
10 Leon Camier 18.505

Jonathan Rea Takes A Double Win For The Second Time This Year

Jonathan Rea (KRT) made it six wins from eight starts in the FIM Superbike Championship since he joined Kawasaki, taking the chequered flag each time after two exciting and often tense races at Assen in the Netherlands. Superpole winner Tom Sykes (KRT) was in the front group in each race but dropped back to finish fifth each tim... Read More >>

Round 4 - Qualifying - TT Assen - 18/04/2015

Jonathan Rea will start tomorrow’s Superbike races from second position on the grid after an intense Superpole Qualifying at Assen today. Rea’s team-mate Tom Sykes secured his first pole position start of the 2015 season with a... Read More >>

Round 4 - TT Assen - 14/04/2015

Kawasaki Racing Team's Jonathan Rea will have little time to reflect on his successes at Motorland Aragon last weekend as the FIM Superbike World Championship immediately moves to the historic TT Assen Circuit, located in the north of the Nethe... Read More >>

Round 3 - Race Report - Motorland Aragon - 12/04/2015

Jonathan Rea scored his fourth win of the season in race one at the Motorland Aragon circuit today. He followed that up with a second place in race two, further extending his existing championship lead. Team-mate Tom Sykes placed third in the first... Read More >>

Round 3 - Qualifying - Motorland Aragon - 11/04/2015

Jonathan Rea rode his Kawasaki Racing Team Ninja ZX-10R to fourth place on the grid at Motorland Aragon, just one place and one row behind team-mate Tom Sykes.... Read More >>