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Brands Hatch Beckons For NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Brands Hatch Beckons For NMT No Limits Kawasaki

The undeniable tradition and history of the Brands Hatch GP circuit in Kent awaits the team this weekend for round seven of the Pirelli National STK600 and STK1000 Championships. After a solid all-round performance last time out at Knockhill, it's a swift return to business as the team look to consolidate Mason Law's STK600 championship lead whilst continuing the upward momentum of both Jordan Weaving and Nick Anderson as the two class rookies continue to improve with every round.

Third place for Mason Law in Scotland saw his championship lead extend to sixteen points over his nearest rival and he is determined to return to the top step of the podium after his stunning opening to the season and dominating almost every timed session so far. For STK600 rookie Jordan Weaving it's a case of consolidation with progression; after showing top eight consistency for two consecutive rounds and a marked improvement in qualifying, the former Red Bull Rookie and his crew are keen to prove his undoubted potential once again.

Nick Anderson continues to impress on his return to form from a serious back injury. His season-best eleventh place in Scotland, in what was only his third race aboard the Kawasaki ZX-10R after stepping up from the junior class, was an indication of the progress the Devon man has made in a short space of time. A recent test around the Brands Hatch Indy circuit was a huge benefit to Nick and his crew to enable get some necessary set-up time after missing the round there earlier in the season.

Ahead of the weekend, Team Manager Barry Boughton said. "We can't wait to get started this weekend! There were so many positives to come out of Knockhill, we now need to build on those this weekend as I truly believe we have the chance to collectively record our best set of results to date.

"Mason is very keen to get back to winning ways at Brands Hatch after two races off the top step and Jordan is determined to grab another top five finish after the cut and thrust of Knockhill. For Nick, it's a case of building momentum over the weekend and keeping his confidence high after a tough build up in Scotland but returning a solid race result. Nick tested around the Indy circuit at Brands earlier this week as a familiarisation run, as he missed the round here in April through injury, and posted some encouraging times."

"This weekend will also see the welcome return of our satellite rider, Tom Oliver, who has missed the last two rounds with a leg injury sustained at the Donington Park WSB support round. He had a successful test this week with no adverse effect and is ready to come back all guns blazing."

"Bring on the weekend!"