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NMT No Limits Kawasaki Focused For Oulton Park

NMT No Limits Kawasaki Focused For Oulton Park

This weekend sees the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team return to Oulton Park in Cheshire for round ten of the Pirelli National STK1000 and STK600 championships. The team tasted success at the picturesque circuit in early May as STK600 championship leader Mason Law stamped his authority on the series with his third successive win of the season.

After the stunning team 1-2 from Mason and class rookie Jordan Weaving at Cadwell Park last time out aboard their Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninjas, the team are now fully focused on the demands of a circuit favoured by most riders. Mason Law has a healthy 48-point cushion in the championship standings and could seal the title this weekend if results go his way, however both the Benfleet-based rider and the team are taking nothing for granted.The team will be looking for another 1-2 for Jordan and Mason in the STK600 championship

For Jordan Weaving, the team will be looking to continue his challenge to the top five. Cadwell Park proved a turning point in the reigning Motostar Moto3 champion's season with the hard work and effort put in during each session so far this year finally paying dividends, a testament to both the team and the rider. The South African took his first chequered flag of 2015 with an eighteenth place finish at the circuit after a difficult start to the season back in May and the former Red Bull Rookie will be keen to show the level of progress made since then.

Nick Anderson will make his STK1000 debut this weekend after missing the first visit due to injury. A solid result in the shortened race at Cadwell Park ten days ago and a confidence-inspiring step forward with the set up of his Kawasaki ZX-10R should provide the platform for a successful weekend for the Devon racer. Having tested at the circuit recently the team are confident the former STK600 man can return to challenging for a top ten finish.

Ahead of the return trip to Cheshire, Team Manager Barry Boughton said, "We know what we have to do as a team this weekend and it's no different to any other weekend. Mason will have a big target on his back as usual and we'll continue to work the way we have all season, and that's session by session and we'll take what comes at the end. Motorcycle racing as we know is unpredictable, so we're not getting ahead of ourselves with talk of what may or may not happen. As a team, we know what we need to do.

Jordan will take great confidence from his Cadwell performance, not just his super second place finish but also his Free Practice and Qualifying 2 results too. He's worked hard to improve on his timed session results and is now really starting to shine in STK600 and with Oulton Park having similar properties to Cadwell Park we're looking for him to challenge the top five once again.

In STK1000 Nick has the talent and ability to challenge the top ten this weekend off the back of a good Cadwell Park weekend. Missing the first visit here earlier in the season won't hold him back at all and a recent test around Oulton Park has really fired him up for the weekend to come.

We're all ready, so let's go racing!"