Razgatlioglu and Rea leave everything for Indonesia

Jonathan Rea he will sell his reign dearly in the World Superbike and on Sunday he managed to stop Razgatlioglu. Did not win, because Scott Redding added his seventh of the year, but ‘El Caníbal’ finished second ahead of the TurkAnd the day started off crooked for Kawasaki’s, third in the SuperpoleRace behind the Turk and Ducati. With these results, the World Cup will be decided in Indonesia, the last stop of the championship and which is led by Razgatlioglu with a 30-point lead, with 62 at stake.

In the second race of San Juan, Toprak again realized Redding shortly after departure, but the Ducati was unwilling to re-live the experience of race 1 and the shortstop. Neither was Rea. And the norrlandés took advantage of a failure of the Turk to become leader, while Redding joined the party. There were passes and reviews between champion and contender until at twelve to the end Redding decided enough was enough and launched his Ducati to victory and shortly after Rea gave the final blow to Razgatlioglu, who seemed to be running already with the calculator in hand. And so they reached the end of the race, with a new joy for Ducati and the second champion, but with everything against the championship against the contender, third under the checkered flag.

Before, in the SuperpoleRace Razgatlioglu again gave a new bite to ‘El Caníbal’ and added his second victory of the weekend. It was a tighter victory than Saturday’s day, as he reached the finish line just 46 milliseconds before Scott Redding, whom he again passed in the first corner. But the Ducati man did not despair and tried until the last corners to take the victory. He even led a few meters from the end, in turns 6 and 7, but the Turkish’s determination to continue approaching the World Cup was stronger than the desire of the Briton. Rea, for his part, had to watch from the 3rd position the Yamaha’s 13th victory, which made the possibility of the seventh title even more complicated, at 34 points before race two.

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