Jonathan Rea took a World Superbike fight to another level via a track limits protest that drew outrage. Dre uses Cricket to talk why this was inevitable.
With the sun setting in Motorsport for 2019, Dre takes an early look back in his Motorsport landscape. With himself. First up, Jonathan Rea and World Superbikes.
Dre at the Races is back for 2019, and Dre thinks we need to talk about World Superbikes and Alvaro Bautista's triples victory...
In the midst of Jonathan Rea's fourth consecutive crown, World Superbikes is set for a new dawn as the competition cranks it up a notch. Dre talks about Rea's dominance, and the attempts from Ducati, Honda, Yamaha and... BMW?!, to stop them.
With Marc Marquez and Jonathan Rea carrying substantial championship leads and we're not even halfway in, Dre talks about their dominance, and why looking elsewhere may be the solution.
Just as Jonathan Rea made history to take his third World Superbike title, Dorna unveiled plans to add balance of performance elements to the series. Is this the right way to go? What direction is Worlds heading in? Dre deep dives to have a think.
In the land of World Superbikes, a mediocre Laguna Seca weekend caused public dissension about the future of the series. Dre dissects why he thinks that was unfair, but also the "Pandora's Box" that Dorna has unleashed on the series.
To catch-up, Dre wrote 2,500 on the last 2 weeks of biking. God help us all.
Two weeks down, here's a review of World Superbikes from Thailand!
On Day 4 of Dre's 30 in 30, I talk about World Superbikes in Philip Island as Jonathan Rea took another double victory in exciting style.