After Ducati completely overshadowed Kawasaki and their star Jonathan Reo with their V4 R motorcycle, now the Greens are already weighing the prospects for next season as they plan to beat the Italian team. Kawasaki’s ZX-10RR motorcycle has yet to match Alvaro Bautista and his Ducati V4 R this year, and the first better opportunity could be had at the race in Imola, where Rea has shown the best form in years. Meanwhile, the leading men are already forging plans for the future, and this was discussed by the team leader, Guim Roda. In an interview with Spanish radio, Marca did not want to reveal too many details: "I can't and shouldn't overtake," he said. “For the 2020 season, we need to evaluate the models and plans for the production of our motorcycles, and to what extent we can take the same approach as Ducati, which produced m
Jonathan Rea believes the WSBK championship is doing poorly after Alvaro Bautista on a Ducati specialized motorcycle has not yet been beaten this season. Bautista, a former MotoGP racer, recorded eleven consecutive victories this year on his Ducati V4 R. It is a motorcycle very similar to those used by the Italian manufacturer in the MotoGP Championship, and Rea believes that they will in the coming seasons, other producers would have to prepare a similar project for the performance, which would be bad for the championship itself. "I'm not happy because I'm not winning, but I have to accept it, even though it's very difficult mentally," he said in an interview with Spanish Marco. “Fortunately, I’ve won the last four seasons, but for outside observers, the championship has been predictable and
It has been known for some time that the Suzuki team will return to the motoGP class next year. According to the latest rumors, he is followed by a fourth Japanese brand, Kawasaki. "Ta zeleni" will work with the Forward Racing team in the event of a performance in motoGP. The last time Kawaski was in the royal class, Marco Melandri raced on it. Kawasaki is also very successful in Suprebike races, so he is also considering returning to the royal class. Due to complications with Dorna, Kawasaki will most likely work with Forward Racing.