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NMT No Limits Kawasaki aiming for success in Scotland

NMT No Limits Kawasaki aiming for success in Scotland

The British Superbike paddock rolls over the border into Scotland this weekend with the short circuit of Knockhill awaiting their arrival.  For NMT No Limits Kawasaki it's a chance to return to a track which brought a healthy haul of points last season for the Team Green machines and there's plenty of promise that a repeat performance could be around the corner.

There were mixed fortunes in the last round of the championship for the whole team at Donington and everyone is looking for a return to the sharp end of the standings around the tight and technical 1.3mile circuit.

The Knockhill complex just north of Dunfermline houses a track that Jordan Weaving enjoys competing at and the 19 year old is hoping to change a run of poor luck by getting back onto the podium on Sunday. Weaving was involved in a collision in round four while leading the race denying him the chance of the win but he has high hopes that the sun will once again shine on the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team this weekend.Jordan Weaving will be looking for better fortune north of the border this weekend

"We have had a tough start to the season and there have been circumstances which have put us on the back foot a little bit."  He said.

"In the last round I went from not having the best start to then leading the race by the second lap before being taken out, it was far from ideal. It really got us thinking about how we come back from this, but it's made me realise I have to work even harder to turn things around in our favour."

Weaving continued: "I've focussed on training over the past two weeks as we can't change the past, so we forget any negatives and take all the positives we have from Donington into this round. I'm excited to get back to Knockhill as it's one of my favourite tracks, I'm really looking forward to it."

James East is going into round five of the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship with the ambition of getting his best ever result at Knockhill, a circuit which hasn't been kind to him in previous visits. But he knows it's a place where the team have happy memories of and they can help him achieve a result which everyone would be proud of.

"My goal is to have my most successful meeting at Knockhill to date on the Kawasaki ZX-10R, and come away with a set up that works for the track. From the data gathered in previous rounds and tests, we should be able to put our prediction in to practice and create something good to start from, so I'm confident we will be competitive right away with the experience I and the team have of the track."

Nick Anderson has a change of machinery under him this weekend as he steps into the Stock 600 Championship with a clear goal of ruffling the feathers of the top riders in the class. Whilst some may suggest it's a step back, the Devon based rider sees the chance to get back into a class which he enjoyed previously as a positive and also a stepping stone to further success.

"After Donington Park it was agreed between myself and the team that I should get back on a 600 and return to the SuperStock 600 championship.  I have to thank Paul and the team for working super hard to build the bike in time for Knockhill and I'm very grateful to all the team for their effort to which allow me to do this." Anderson said.

"I know I have the ability to do well in this championship. So it's fair to say that there is no doubt I'm going into the Stock 600 championship with the aim of solid points scoring finishes on a regular basis. We've had a little testing session ahead of Knockhill to re-familiarise myself with smaller machine and it went really well, so I know with the team's knowhow and extensive data from previous years racing here there's no reason why we can't be seriously competitive."