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NMT No Limits Kawasaki looking forward to 2016

NMT No Limits Kawasaki looking forward to 2016

After a highly successful 2015 for NMT No Limits Kawasaki preparation for the opening round of the 2016 season has gone well and morale is high as the team head to Silverstone this weekend.
 
The circuit brings back happy memories for the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team after picking up a maiden Pirelli National Superstock 600 title in Northamptonshire last October.
 
This season the vastly experienced and very fast, Adam Jenkinson heads the assault on the Superstock 1000 title aided by the backing of Team Green as the official Kawasaki team in the class this year and he is gunning for glory in what will once again be a very competitive field.
 
Jenkinson said: “We are looking to take the podiums and the wins when we can, it’s about consistency and getting out there in FP1. The weather forecast isn’t looking great so it’s about getting the right setup from the Kais Ohlins suspension and making solid performances from there.
 
“There’s only one goal this year and that’s to win the Championship, we’ll be out there gunning for the wins. The team are a good group and I can see things will only go from strength to strength, with the backing of Kawasaki and all our sponsors it’s something that we believe we can achieve.”
 
After the experience of a first full season in the Superstock 1000 Championship, Nick Anderson is looking to improve after learning so much in his maiden campaign. He heads to Silverstone with renewed optimism aboard the superbike and already he’s more than impressed with the new and improved ZX-10R.Nick Anderson is ready to kick on in his second seaon in the Superstock 1000s
 
“I can honestly say that I have never felt fitter going into a season, my training program has been full on and with the support of Team Green it has meant I’ve been able to get extra training in on my Kawasaki KXF 250 which they kindly supplied. Add that to the brand new Kawasaki ZX-10R beneath me and I'm positive we will have a strong season.” He said.
 
“The new bike is a huge improvement on the previous model and it's no surprise a lot of other teams have been looking to get hold of this latest edition to The Kawasaki range. We've tried a lot of different things during our team tests so we’re in a good place and ready for this weekend.”
 
He continued: “The aim for this season is simple, do the very best that I can and ultimately I’m looking to finish within the top 10 in the Championship and if I was to pick up some silverware along the way would be awesome.”
 
In the 600cc class, Jordan Weaving has aims of replicating what his ex teammate, Mason Law achieved last term and picking up what would be his second British title.  The former Motostar Moto3 Champion had an impressive rookie season aboard the NMT No Limits ZX-6R finishing in a very creditable 6th place in the overall standings but this term the top step of the podium is something he’s looking to get more familiar with.
 
“Last year was a hard year making the step from Moto3 to the Stock 600 but once I started learning and getting somewhere I learnt a lot about the bike and how everything works and then I got my first two podiums.” He said.
 
“Also towards the end of the season I had some massive battles with the top boys who have been in it for quite some time and it’s something I enjoyed and now I want more. So over the winter I’ve been training flat out and getting everything ready.”
 
 In the final official test at Silverstone recently that desire to improve shone through as Weaving topped the timesheets, setting the bar high for this weekend and he’s eager to continue in a similar vein this weekend.
 
“Understanding the bike more during testing has been the most valuable thing and the results are thanks to the guys and sponsors who work with me in the team to help me get the best out of the bike.
 
He continued: “I don’t have to set a target as I already know I have to be in the top five. The main focus for this weekend is to relax; it’s a long season and a long championship and we can’t win it on the first lap of the first race.  It’s a track that I like on the ZX-6R, so I’m looking to get the best possible result I can. That’s the goal.”