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NMT No Limits Kawasaki Gear Up for Snetterton

NMT No Limits Kawasaki Gear Up for Snetterton

The Pirelli National STK600 and STK1000 Championships recommence battle this weekend at the former World War 2 USAAF base at Snetterton in Norfolk after the break in proceedings for the Isle of Man TT road races. After the personal successes of Donington Park for all three NMT No Limits Kawasaki riders, it's back down to business in the fight for championship points and team pride as the team hit the Fens.

Not ones to rest on their laurels of success, the team have been meticulous in their preparation of their immaculate Kawasaki ZX-6R machines ahead of round five around the Snetterton 300 circuit. Not only are the machines well-prepared but the riders are too after two successful tests after Donington Park, one at Snetterton in late May and one earlier this week at Knockhill in Scotland in preparation for the championship round up there in early July.

The Snetterton test gave all three riders a chance to familiarise themselves with the circuit and gain data ahead of this weekends visit with STK600 Championship leader Mason Law once again leading the way on the time sheets as Jordan Weaving continued his progression in getting to grips with the Kawasaki. STK1000 man Nick Anderson was grateful that the test fell so soon after the Donington Park chequered flag as it gave him more bike time and a chance to build on the confidence from the Leicestershire circuit as he continues to go from strength to strength after his back injury. On the subject of injury, satellite rider Tom Oliver will miss Snetterton due to injuries received at Donington Park, the team wish him a speedy recovery and hope to welcome him back at Knockhill in a couple of weeks time.Mason Law will be gunning for his 5th straight win this weekend at Snetterton

The Knockhill test drew a similar pattern as the riders got in to their groove north of the border with more invaluable time for setup and overall time on the bike. Again the NMT No Limits Kawasaki riders took to their tasks with expected enthusiasm, returning some encouraging times and providing the team with excellent bases to work from prior to a return to the circuit in just over two weeks time.

Team manager, Barry Boughton, has been very happy with the developments between rounds and looking ahead to a return to the fray this weekend, he said, "Following up from the successes of the WSB round at Donington the team have taken advantage of the break to carry out some testing to ensure we are in tip top condition for this weekend’s event at Snetterton.

"In the Superstock 600 class we have Mason Law who is full of confidence following four wins from four starts. This confidence is only being strengthened each time he gets on the bike, so we fully expect him to be at the sharp end once again this weekend. Jordan Weaving has taken full advantage of the testing programme we have set out and we have seen significant improvements in his style and lap times so we expect him to build upon his points scoring position at Donington Park last time out. Unfortunately Tom Oliver, our satellite rider, will not be racing this weekend following his get off at Donington, we are looking forward to welcoming him back at Knockhill."
 
In the Superstock 1000 class Nick Anderson is starting to feel like his old self and any bike time will only improve that situation. He had a number of successful test sessions where set up was the main priority. Nick likes Snetterton so we fully expect him to improve on his debut in the class at Donington Park.
 
The team are ready and we are now in full flight for another exciting weekend!"