Name Gino Rea
Machine Suzuki GSX-R1000 & Suzuki RM-Z450
Race Number # 44
Nickname Speedy G
Date of Birth 18/09/1989
Home Town Epsom, London
Height 170cm
Weight 63kg
Marital Status In a relationship
Hair Colour Dark Brown
Eye Colour Hazel (brown, green)
Hobbies Riding anything with 2 wheels! Fitness training, Rider Coaching/ Instructing
Likes Also riding anything with 2 wheels! Being as fit and strong as possible, healthy eating
Dislikes Not Racing!
Favourite Movie Rocky
Favourite Food Girlfriend’s Pancakes
Favourite Circuit Portimao
First Race Motocross aged 7
Racing Hero Jeremy McGrath/ Ricky Carmichael
Greatest Moment Moto2 Podium (2nd position)
Ambition Become BSB Champion with Suzuki!
Others /

Race History

2020: British Superbike Championship, 12th Position. Gino joined the Hawk Suzuki team at Round 4 of the series and led his first BSB race at Donington Park, with best results of 4th, 5th and 6th.
Endurance World Championship, 4th Position. Podium Finish in 3rd Position at Estoril 12hr, 7th Position at Le Mans 24hour.
2019: Endurance World Championship with Wojcik Racing Yamaha. Podium Finish in 2nd position at 24hr Bol d’Or 2019, 12th at Le Mans 24hour.
2018: British Superbike Championship and World Superbike wildcard at Donington Park. BSB highlight - 7th position finishes at Silverstone & Brands Hatch Finale. Runner Up BSB Rookie of the Year.
2017: World Supersport (with injury).
2016: 7th Position World SBK Supersport Championship. Three Podiums. Suzuka 8hr Endurance World Championship 11th Position and Top 10 Superpole Qualifier.
2015: 6th Position World SBK Supersport Championship. One Podium.
2014: MotoGP Moto2 World Championship- Part owner & rider of AGT REA Racing racing in full Moto2 championship.
2013: MotoGP Moto2 World Championship (not full season). Competed as a wildcard, running his own team in selected rounds. 2 point scoring finishes riding for Team AGR.
2012: MotoGP Moto2 World Championship with Gresini Racing, 21st Position. Podium: 3rd at Sepang, Malaysia.
2011: World Supersport Championship, 11th Position. Race Winner, two Podiums.
2010: World Supersport Championship, 9th Position. Two Podiums.
2009: European Superstock 600cc CHAMPION. 6 Podiums.
2008: European Superstock 600cc Championship, 3rd Position. 5 Podiums.
2007: European Superstock 600cc Championship, 12th Position. 1 Podium.
2006: KTM Red Bull European Supermoto Championship: 1 win, 3 podiums.
2005: National & International Motocross.

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