Razgatliouglu and Rea will be in the race for the title until the very end!



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Razgatliouglu and Rea will be in the race for the title until the very end!

With his phenomenal races, Toprak Razgatlıoğl managed to reach the deficit he had in relation to Rea. Toprak looks dominant and unstoppable, but a duel between these two drivers awaits us until the very end. Rea congratulated Toprak and Scott on a great race and hopes to raise his performance to a higher level "Guys were just better today, both Toprak and Scott did an awesome race," said Rea, as quoted by motorsport "I tried to go there for about 10 laps and I was just there, it was ebbing and flowing."

"I was quite good in turns 3-4-5-6, that little bumpy section, but as soon as my front tyre started to go out I was losing where they were strong. "Good job to [Razgatlioglu and Redding], it was a fighting weekend for us but we were there.

Not a track that suits us the best, so I try to be positive because we've got some really good tracks coming up for us but competition is hot. "Everyone is doing hard but I'm pushing on my maximum and these guys are just that little better here in Navarra.

"[We are] level on points with six to go. We'll just forget the first part of the season, knowing that it's good and start with a six-round championship now. So excited to get stuck in and see what we can do."

Three drivers competition

Motorsport reporters wondered if Rea had ever had a race like this with two drivers "I say Chaz was my big rival for quite a few years, then [Alvaro] Bautista [and] Scott coming [in 2020]," he said.

"Maybe BSB 2007, my last year in BSB. There was Greg [Lavilla], Haslam and Kiyo, and any one of us could have won every weekend. "I think the championship came between myself and Kiyonari and Haslam, a last round showdown.

That was exciting. I don't see why it will be different [this year]. "Hopefully [the Kawasaki] ZX10RR steers well around Argentina and Indonesia because two [extra] races are really kind for the championship."

Razgatlioglu primarily thanked his team for changing the setup He is aware of how important this victory is for him and is happy after all "First I'd like to say thank you to my team because they did an incredible job for the last race, we changed some set-up and I felt the bike was much better and I could finally win, because this weekend for me wasn't easy," he said.

"Every race I'm fighting for a good position but finally we won again and for me it was a very important win. Everybody was surprised but I'm relieved today. "I think it was better for me because I was not strong this weekend.

Every race I made [progress] step by step and in the last race I finally won. This is very good and I'm really happy because we were working too much and on Friday my motivation was down. "In the first race I was fighting for second position but I said 'okay better than crash is [finishing] P3' Yeah, I'm really happy."