After 27 years of trying, Kawasaki left its ‘home’ World SBK round in Race 2 Jerez Spain in 5th (Rea) and 6th (Sykes) with its long-awaited first World Superbike Championship constructors’ title.

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Kawasaki which has maintained a constant presence in the WSBK series since its inauguration in 1988, has notched up a third riders’ titles this weekend with Johnathan Rea is the 2015 World SBK Champion, has sealed the much desired constructors’ crown.
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Kawasaki is now secure the team crown with 3 races remain. With a maximum of 150 points remaining, Kawasaki has a sizeable 112 point margin over Ducati coming to Jerez.
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It also comes as Kawasaki busily readies a new ZX-10R for 2016, though it isn’t confirmed as to whether it will be ready for the start of next season.
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Kawasaki becomes the only the sixth manufacturer to win the WSBK constructors’ title.

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2015 notable mention is Kawasaki also leading the World Supersports with Kenan Sofuglu. and Tom Sykes leads the Tissot Superpole and with 3 races to go in a position to grab 2nd overall in the championship.