Coming off of their fifth consecutive championship, the Kawasaki Racing Team (KRT) and its Ninja® ZX™️-10RR motorcycles, will look to continue their winning ways in the 2020 FIM Superbike World Championship. During the 2019 season, the team earned 40 podiums, seven pole positions and 18 race wins. Five-time champion Jonathan Rea dominated the class last season aboard his Ninja®️ ZX™️-10RR, capturing 18 race wins and 34 total podium finishes. British rider Alex Lowes, a winner and multi-time WorldSBK podium finisher as well as three-time Suzuka 8 Hour winner, joins the team for 2020 and is prepared to contend for the title. Look for the Kawasaki Racing Team on the podium every weekend.
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Rea Ends 2019 With Perfect Final Day
Five-time WorldSBK champion Jonathan Rea added to his Race One win on Friday with both race wins today at the Losail International Circuit, ending a remarkable season with 17 victories in all and a points total well into the 600s. His KRT team-mate Leon Haslam battled with his characteristic determination and finished the Tissot-Superpole Race in fourth place; in the final race of the year he was ninth.