Lowes “missed an opportunity” to win with pitstop timing

Kawasaki rider Lowes appeared to have a strong chance of ending a winless run dating back to WSBK’s previous visit to the Australian track in early 2020 as he led Jonathan Rea on a wet-but-drying track.
But the timing of each rider’s switch from wet tyres to slicks ended up defining the race, and it was Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu that judged it the best, pitting to make the change on lap 10 of …Keep reading Source

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