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Videos show world class Jonathan Rea in a new light

By Paul Lindsay

Published 03/12/2015

Runaway favourite: Jonathan Rea expected to win Irish Motorcyclist of Year award
Runaway favourite: Jonathan Rea expected to win Irish Motorcyclist of Year award

World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea is featured in three short video edits aptly entitled 'Portrait of a Winner' produced and edit by his close friend Gaz Price.

The opening edit of three is currently available on the KME YouTube channel.

Portrait of a Winner gives the fans exclusive access to the 2015 World SBK Champion - with episode one of three offering insights into Rea the man, the racer, the father, the winner. 

Check it out today at https://youtube/6HIoNlAJOKE.

The Ballyclare ace is the runaway favourite to land January's Cornmarket Irish Motorcyclist of the Year, with the voting now open to the public. If successful, Rea will be presented with the Joey Dunlop Trophy by the Enkalon Motorcycle Club, who built the foundations of the event in the 1970s.

British Superstock champion Josh Elliott from Ballinamallard should also feature for the main award, as will Ryan Rainey (see above) who won this year's Irish Superbike title after an eight-year sabbatical.

The Cornmarket awards ceremony takes place in Belfast's Ramada Plaza on January 29.

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