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Dickies Sponsored Waters Continues to Impress at Cadwell Park

Dickies Sponsored Waters Continues to Impress at Cadwell Park

Chris Walker celebrating after an impressive 3rd place podium finishDickies sponsored BSB rider, Josh Waters didn’t let inclement weather or a trip to the medical centre hamper his bank holiday weekend at Cadwell Park, with the Tyco Suzuki rider taking a brace of fifth place finishes – moving him into ninth place in the championship standings, one place ahead of his team-mate John Hopkins.

Josh Waters said, “I was happy again to improve throughout the weekend at Cadwell. To qualify on the second row, and then to finish in the top five in both races was really good for me. Cadwell Park is a very unique circuit, so again I was happy to be competitive. Big thanks to my crew and team Tyco Suzuki. Now I’ll rest up and recover and look ahead to Donington Park.”

Hopkins, suffering from a badly fractured left foot after his crash at Oulton Park a fortnight ago, sat out race two at Cadwell after bravely taking three points from race one.

John Hopkins commented, “I hate to let anyone down, but I had to make the decision to sit out the second race due to the foot being too sore. I was not able to put enough pressure on the footpeg to generate rear grip, making it far too dangerous. I have very high expectations going into Donington Park and the remaining rounds this season – so I want to be as close to one hundred percent to meet those expectations. I want to thank the team for giving me the best bike possible this weekend and I’m just sorry I wasn’t able to finish it off. But to my team and the fans I have every intention of making up for it at Donington and beyond.”

Taylor Mackenzie came through from the sixth row of the grid to take seventh place in today’s feature Supersport race on his Tyco Suzuki GSX-R600. The Scottish rider holds ninth place in the championship standings.

Mackenzie said, “Well after the weekend we’ve had I was really happy to come away with a seventh place today. Starting 17th on the grid it was never going to be easy, so to come away with some decent points is probably the best of a bad weekend. I really cannot wait to get to the next three tracks as they should suit both me and my GSX-R600. I hope we can finally have some good luck and be on the podium, which is where I want to be.”

Maurice Morton, sales and marketing director at Dickies added, “Cadwell in those conditions on the weekend is a treacherous place to compete, so big credit to Josh for his two top-six finishes, especially race two where he picked himself up after a nasty crash to battle at the sharp end once again on the Tyco Suzuki GSX-R1000 Superbike.”

It was another successful weekend for Dickies sponsored favourite Chris Walker though, who racked up 3rd and 8th place finishes, maintaining his 6th place position in the overall Championship standings. 

Walker said, "It feels great to be back on the podium, especially for the whole of the Lloyds British GBmoto Racing Kawasaki team and my own sponsors too such as GEN-3Glasscoat and Dickies, as they have worked so hard for it here. It was a tough race that's for sure but we just kept chipping away throughout it and it was enough to get third so I am pretty chuffed with that."