WIN A COPY OF JONATHAN REA'S NEW AUTOBIOGRAPHY
The Motorcycle Reference Directory have teamed up with HarperCollins to offer you the chance to win one of three copies of Jonathan Rea's new autobiography
Jonathan Rea is the current World Superbike Champion, and the only rider to have ever won the championship for three years in succession. Jonathan was recently honoured by the Royal Automobile Club when they awarded him the coveted Torrens Trophy at a prestigious ceremony in London, for his outstanding achievements. He made World Superbike history by equalling Carl Fogarty’s all-time career record of 59 race wins. Jonathan was runner up at last year’s BBC Sports Personality of The Year, only 2,957 votes short of winner Mo Farah. His new autobiography will be released this autumn and charts the life and career of a man who was seemingly destined for the motorbike racing world. Jonathan’s grandfather was the first sponsor of 5 Times World Champion Joey Dunlop and his dad was a former Isle of Man TT winner. He has succeeded in Superbikes after several potential career-ending scrapes including smashing his femur in a horrific crash, aged seventeen, when doctors told him he would never race again.
With unwavering determination, and gaining huge victories in this ultra-competitive sport, this thrilling autobiography will get into the head of a man who has managed to rise to the top of one of the most skilled and dangerous sports in the world.
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Closing date: 1st December 2018
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