Tito Rabat could accompany Rea in Superbike

The Spaniard, currently in the MotoGP Avintia, could change to the derivative bikes next to the official Kawasaki team next year.


After four seasons in the queen class, Tito Rabat's stage as a MotoGP rider could come to an end, at least, next season. As reported by 'Speedweek ', the Spanish could take a change of course from 2020 that would take him to the Superbike World thanks to a large offer. Kawasaki would be interested in joining ties with the Moto2 champion and in this way the current pilot of Avintia in the maximum displacement would be to the handlebar of the saddle that has conquered the last four titles of the motorcycles derived thanks to Jonathan Rea.

El norirlandés would become his new teammate after the alliance of Kawasaki with Haslam, fifth in the World with 153 points, is not powerful enough for the leaders of the Japanese team, especially, seeing the level that is imposing Bautista in the championship. The arrival of the Talaverano to Superbike could be another factor that would have motivated the Japanese to look for alternatives in the other paddock as the competitiveness of the contest has grown significantly, in theory, by a pilotage of the pilots arriving from MotoGP. And those in green want to have the best pair in their ranks.

So, with Rea as undisputed in their lineup, Michael van der Mark could be the alternative to Rabat if the Spanish decided not to accept this offer, although their environment sees " very likely "the change. Tito is fighting alongside the Ducati GP18 for entering the points and despite his ninth position in Montmelo, what fuels his ambition is feel competitive. And Superbike could be the best opportunity to do it again.



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