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Hard Work First, Party Last for NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Hard Work First, Party Last for NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Feeling relaxed and refreshed after a three week break from racing, the return to competitive action couldn’t come any more exciting for NMT No Limits Kawasaki than the annual, Party in the Park, in Lincolnshire this weekend.
 
Cadwell Park hosts one of the most anticipated rounds on the British Superbike calendar and thousands will flock to the circuit just outside Louth for what always seems to be a weekend to remember.
 
Last season NMT No Limits Kawasaki picked up a 1-2 in the Superstock 600 class at Cadwell, with Jordan Weaving picking up his best result of the season following eventual title winner, Mason Law, to the chequered flag. Following the last two rounds of this season’s championship that have seen successive victories for Weaving, he is looking to continue that form and push his way to the head of the Superstock standings this weekend.
 
Weaving said: “We’ve worked so hard as a team to get us to this position. It’s not been easy this year, the opposition are strong on their day but this class like any other needs consistency and that’s what we’ve been aiming for. We knew the wins would come so being able to consistently pick up points has been vital.
 
“We’ll look to build on this now, we recently had a productive test at Cadwell and last season I picked up my first Stock 600 podium there too, so we’ll go there in a good frame of mind and take each session step by step, in the same way we’re taking each race step by step.”
 
After hoisting himself into the top ten of the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 championship, James East, is setting his sights on moving even higher up the standings with another solid result at Cadwell Park. Last season he finished fifth in Lincolnshire and after testing recently East is keen to get back out on the track, although he doesn’t anticipate jumping quite as high on the Mountain when the first practice session gets underway this weekend.
 
“We made quite a bit of headway into the setting we want to use at the test we had a couple of weeks ago. Although it will be a little different over a race weekend, I usually keep the bike a little lower but I did some decent jumps and even shocked myself a little bit with a few of them!! That said, I like Cadwell Park, I’ve been on the podium in the past in Superstock and Supersport Cups, there’s no reason why we can’t push as hard as we did at Brands.”
 
East continued: “The only way is up.  From looking for top ten finishes and clinging onto the front-runners, we now know the window in terms of setup we have to get the best out of the bike. The team and I know when we get things right we’re as fast as anyone and that’s what we’re aiming for this weekend and the rest of the season.”