Gino Daniel Rea is an English motorcycle racer of Italian ancestry. He was born on September 18, 1989, in Tooting, London. In 2010, he competed in the Supersport World Championship for the first time, riding for the Intermoto Czech Honda team. On a George White-backed Ten Kate Honda, he won the 2009 European Superstock 600 championship by a single point in the final round at Portimo.
Before switching to circuit racing in 2007, Rea was a successful Motocross and Supermoto rider. In 2007, he debuted in the European Superstock 600 series, finishing 12th overall with a podium in Valencia. In 2008, he finished third overall, with a win at Portimo, four podiums, and two poles. Gino won the Championship in his third year, with a win and six podium finishes.
He competed in 32 races in the class, finishing 31st with 12 podiums. Cal Crutchlow’s 2009 title-winning Yamaha YZF-R6 was tested by Rea in October 2009, before the team decided to withdraw and Rea joined the Intermoto team. He began 2010 with a string of top-ten finishes. After finishing fourth in Brno, he took his first podium in Silverstone.
He finished second to Eugene Laverty in the next round at the Nürburgring, but was disqualified for a technical blunder. Gino remained in the World Supersport Championship in 2011, and despite numerous DNFs due to mechanical issues and crashes, Rea won his first World Championship at Brno ahead of ex-World Champion Fabien Foret and 2011 World Champion Chaz Davies.
Gino finished on the podium at his home race at Donington Park and entered the season finale in fifth place in the Championship standings. Gino’s season was cut short by a mechanical failure there, which dropped him to 11th in the final standings. Gino went on to test for the Gresini Moto2 team in Valencia and Jerez, finishing as the fastest rider and earning the Gresini Moto2 ride in 2012.
Gino battled for a podium spot with Moto2 World Champion Marc Marquez in the year’s final race, but fell at turn 2. Rea returned in 11th place and finished 21st in the Final Points standings. Gino agreed to ride in Moto2 for the newly formed ESGP team in 2013, but the team pulled out at the last minute (5 February), leaving Gino without a ride. This major setback, however, did not deter the tenacious ‘Speedy G.’ He’d stay in the race even if it meant going it alone. Gino established his own team with the help of UK bike manufacturer FTR and his devoted fans.
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