After yesterday’s joke today Scott Redding managed to impose his signature on Most in the Republic by returning to win on his Ducati Panigale V4-R. The Ducati rider managed to pass Toprak Razgatlioglu in the early stages of the race, this time not leaving the Turkish rider the opportunity to respond in the final meters of the race as he did yesterday in Race-1. The weekend of the driver of the Iwata team remains more than positive with two wins and a second place that earned him the recovery in the standings on Jonathan Rea now just three points away. The ranking is not so bad even for Scott Redding, who ‘returned’ 50 points behind the Kawasaki rider.
💪 @jonathanrea makes the move up to 3rd!
– WorldSBK (@WorldSBK) August 8, 2021
Rea had to limit the damage in a weekend that didn’t see him as brilliant as in Assen. The Cannibal managed to beat at least Andrea Locatelli, who was also very solid today and fourth at the finish. Complete the top-5 Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Ducati) ahead of Alex Lowes (Kawasaki), Michael van der Mark (BMW), Garrett Gerloff (Yamaha), Tom Sykes (BMW) and Alvaro Bautista (Honda) to close the top-10 .
WSBK 2021 Czech Republic Race-2 order of arrival