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NMT No Limits Kawasaki Head To The 'Party In The Park'

NMT No Limits Kawasaki Head To The 'Party In The Park'

The jewel in Lincolnshire's crown welcomes the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team and riders this weekend as the Pirelli National STK1000 and 600 Championships descend on the picturesque Cadwell Park circuit for round nine of the 2015 season. The historic circuit, famous the world over for its 'Mountain' section, is a true test of man and machine around the tight, undulating ribbon of tarmac that's nestled in the Wolds above Louth.

After a three week break the riders are keen to get to grips with the track, where accuracy and consistency are more important than the outright speed of the previous round. A recent test at Cadwell Park saw all three riders take to the circuit; for both Jordan Weaving and Nick Anderson it was a successful familiarisation session as they rode their 2015 machines around the track for the first time after both making the step up from smaller machinery last year, returning some competitive lap times as their confidence grew. STK600 Championship leader, Mason Law, used his experience and knowledge to drop straight in to the seemingly effortless rhythm that saw him land a front row start for the STK600 race last season.

With only four rounds of the season left, results become ever more important and for Mason Law that means his prime target will be a repeat of his well-executed victory at Thruxton last time out that extended his title lead to a healthy 23 points. Fellow STK600 rider Jordan Weaving will be looking to challenge for a top five finish after showing positive progression through the recent test, the reigning Motostar Moto3 Champion is keen to progress up the championship table and a strong finish in Lincolnshire will give him the boost he needs. STK1000 man Nick Anderson has put the disappointment of his Thruxton exit behind him and has taken to the technical nature of Cadwell with aplomb, the Devon rider is eager to return to the top ten and continue the momentum that secured a creditable top ten just two rounds previous.Style Over The Mountain - Cadwell Park and Nick Anderson get reacquainted

Team Manager Barry Boughton, speaking before the team left for the Lincolnshire countryside, was typically enthusiastic about the weekend ahead, "It seems to have been a long three weeks away from racing but the team haven't been idle, completing successful tests at both Cadwell Park and Silverstone alongside our team partner No Limits Track Days.

"Cadwell Park is a track everyone looks forwards to going to, it's chalk and cheese compared to Thruxton and demands a totally different approach to set-up from both the riders and their crews. For Nick and his ZX-10R it's a chance to return to the top ten after the technical issues at the last round and I firmly believe he'll be challenging from the very first session as he's keen to make his presence felt in the class once again.

"For the STK600 boys we're expecting continued form for Mason Law, the Thruxton win was vital to his championship aspirations and, with the help of the team, he'll be looking to to manage that points cushion whilst pushing for his sixth win of the year. Jordan's pace in the test was impressive for his first outing on the ZX-6R around there and we'll be looking for him to be challenging for the top five at a circuit he relishes, he's an established top ten rider now and the top five is well within reach.

"There'll be a big crowd there as always up there and that will give all three riders a boost, we're taking nothing for granted though, it's a tricky, tight circuit so good qualifying performances are paramount and I have every confidence we'll come away from there with three results to be proud of.

Let's go racing!"