Why Superbike should not point the finger at Rea for its inconveniences

Why Superbike should not point the finger at Rea for its inconveniences

Why Superbike should not point the finger at Rea for its inconveniences

Jonathan Rea's alleged short of charisma has lately been responsible for World Superbike's refuse in fame. But Lewis Duncan dispute the Kawasaki athlete is not to blame, and speak few out-of-the-box opinions is necessary to motivate the fans once more.

A weekend ago at Portimao, world superbike sports executive Gregorio Lavilla was asked how the arrangement intends to make the racing all the more energizing in 2019.

Accordingly, the Spaniard made the staggering profession that triple title holder Rea is "not an exceptionally appealing fellow", and that the Ulsterman's asserted absence of identity is a key purpose behind blurring enthusiasm for the title.

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