After a season of domination, finishing on the podium in each of the eleven races, before sealing the championship in its final round. Mahmoud Tannir took the crown for the 3rd time.
Amazing scenes and racing at the sweltering Chang Circuit in Thailand for round two of fourteen in the 2016 FIM World Superbike Championship as the Kawasaki Racing Team not only ruled the roost once more but served up some gripping entertainment in both races on Saturday and Sunday.
The drops and speed of the short Indy circuit layout at Brands Hatch was the scene for some stunning racing in the third round of the 2016 British Superbike Championship that saw JG Speedfit Kawasaki’s Leon Haslam leave the Kent venue with a win by the slimmest of margins, a second race finish of third place and the lead in the series standings.
For his growing fanbase and Kawasaki fans, especially those in Great Britain, the news that World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea will stay on the works Ninja ZX-10R for 2017 and 2018 sounds a exciting as the howl from the title winning racebike itself.