Jonathan Rea doesn't believe he can beat Razgatlioglu



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Jonathan Rea doesn't believe he can beat Razgatlioglu

The competition in the Superbike World Championship is really exciting, although Razgatlioglu is a big favorite before the 2 races that will decide everything. Rea is aware that he has an almost impossible task ahead of him, and apparently he is not a great optimist, but he does not want to give up until the very end.

"Of course, it’s not impossible, but it’s a very difficult and unrealistic challenge," Rea told reporters after the postponement of Saturday's race as quoted by motorsport "You also have to keep fighting to the end.

You never know what the weather forecast can do, there’s a chance of the same kind of thing tomorrow but we don’t know how heavy. We just have to wake up and see how it’s gonna be. "My mindset is to go out and do the best I can.

Even before this weekend I knew it would be difficult but I was relishing that challenge, and when I saw some rain, I thought it was an opportunity."

Wet track

Motorsport reporters wondered if he preferred the wet track in the next race He still doesn't know what to expect, but in a good rhythm and mood they are expecting a race that could change some things "That would be a positive thing because when the gap [in the championship] is that big you need a little bit of unbalance, and weather certainly does that.

"We’ve been playing catch-up from FP1, but I felt like I was there [in qualifying], I felt good, the bike felt quite strong with our tyre choice for the race. We’ll have to see tomorrow." "There is some unpredictability, but myself, Scott [Redding] and Toprak have a good rhythm, so we’ll see."

Razgatlioglu will welcome the race from the pole position, which also means the already existing advantage over their opponents. He hopes for good weather and believes that every driver will give his best, given that the season is coming to an end and these races will be decisive.

"It’s not good for Jonathan, because we are fighting for the championship," said the Yamaha rider. "I know it’s good for me, but I am not looking just on my side. "Tomorrow we don’t know about the weather, maybe again it rains, maybe it’s good weather.

I hope tomorrow it’s good weather, but we will see because the season is not finished, one day more, everyone will try their best. We will see."