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NMT No Limits Kawasaki Eager For Silverstone

NMT No Limits Kawasaki Eager For Silverstone

This weekend sees NMT No Limits Kawasaki contest the penultimate round of the Pirelli National STK600 and STK1000 Championships at the famous Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire. The 3.67 mile former airfield circuit traditionally provides some of the closest racing of the year and an opportunity for championships to be won.

Benfleet rider Mason Law is clear in his objectives ahead of the weekend, the season-long championship leader can lift the STK600 title on Sunday and will be looking to do so with the same commitment and consistency he's shown all year aboard his Kawasaki ZX-6R. For team-mate Jordan Weaving it's case of continued development for the South African, after two consecutive podiums and a scintillating qualifying display at Assen in the ONK Supersport race, fifth place in the overall standings is now the target for the Motostar Moto3 champion and his crew.Mason will be looking to wrap up the title this weekend at Silverstone

After a confidence-inspiring ride in Assen and a solid test at Silverstone last month, Nick Anderson is determined to force his Kawasaki ZX-10R back in to the top ten this weekend. A visit to the podium in Holland and a trophy for third Briton home has given the Devon rider renewed energy as he looks to end his maiden STK1000 season on a high.

The NMT No Limits Kawasaki team fully understand the job ahead this weekend and team manager Barry Boughton has nothing but praise for the team and riders; ahead of the potential title-winning weekend he said, "Obviously this weekend is an important one for the team and riders, but we will approach it in the same way that we've approached the previous 10 rounds. Mason is on the verge of lifting the STK600 championship and for the team to be able to put him in that position in our first season is testament to everyone involved.

Jordan in running on a rich vein of form over the last three race weekends, races that have seen him establish himself as a STK600 rider. His performance in Assen was outstanding and we'll be looking to build on that even more at Silverstone as we look to secure a top five championship finish, something which we know is very possible.

After some difficult times this season it was great to see Nick get a reward for his efforts with a trophy in Assen. We've tested with Nick at Silverstone and it's a track that shares some characteristics with the Dutch circuit so we are expecting a solid weekend and a return to the top ten, something we know Nick is wholly capable of.

We're taking nothing for granted this weekend, the team are ready, the riders are ready, we just want to get started!"