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Jonathan Rea (KRT) scored two emphatic race wins in the first ever WSBK races at the Chang International Circuit and in doing so left the new venue with a ten point championship lead. Tom Sykes (KRT) scored his first podium of the year with third place in race one and is now third in the championship rankings.
Kawasaki Racing Team rider Jonathan Rea rode his Ninja ZX-10R to his second pole position start of the season by setting a new track best of 1â€™33.382 near the end of the second Superpole session. Tom Sykes (KRT) placed fourth and will now lead the second row of starters for Sundayâ€™s races.
Ryan Villopoto clinched victory for the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team in stifling heat at the Nakhonchaisri raceway, which hosted the Thai round of the FIM World MXGP Motocross Championship.
Livia Lancelot took her Team 114 Kawasaki to a double victory in the opening rounds of the FIM Women's World Motocross Championship at Losail in Qatar and was joined on the podium by Meghan Rutledge.
Dylan Ferrandis started the FIM World MX2 Motocross Championship with a podium finish at Losail in Qatar for the Monster Energy Kawasaki MX2 Racing Team.
For his first race on the 250 Kawasaki Monster, reigning MX2 World Champion Jordi Tixier did a couple of perfect races in Hawkstone Park (Great Britain) as he won the MX2 class and battle with the 450 in the last race of the weekend.
On July 12, Moscowâ€™s MAXIM BAR, a rooftop restaurant on Tsvetnoi Boulevard, threw its doors open to the Superbike Style Party.
Boris Savitsky, the General Director of Fudzi Motors â€” an exclusive importer of Kawasaki motorcycles â€” has kindly agreed to fill Motonews.ru in on how the Japanese brand is doing in Russia.
Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki has chosen the Losail International Circuit for the launch of its most important Supersport motorcycle to date.
Bikers from the Vulcans Motorcycling Club (Moscow) rode to the annual international bike festival Brest-2008 last weekend, which took place in the Orlyonok recreation center in Brest (Belarus) from May 30 to June 1.