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NMT No Limits Kawasaki Ready For Thruxton

NMT No Limits Kawasaki Ready For Thruxton

The fastest circuit on the calendar awaits the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team as the Pirelli National STK600 and STK1000 Championships head to Thruxton Race Circuit in Hampshire this weekend. The former Second World War airfield, with barely a straight piece of tarmac to be found among its 2.36 mile layout, is a traditional fixture on the championship schedule and with it the high speed challenges that almost every rider looks forwards to. With the Brands Hatch round now consigned to the record books the team are well prepared for the work ahead in chasing the set-up to cope best with demands of the tricky complexes and chicanes coupled with the fastest bends of the year that face man and machine.

Pirelli National STK600 Championship leader Mason Law is keen to get back to winning ways after the last three rounds belied the Benfleet youngster's continued domination of almost every timed session this season and is determined to secure his fifth race win of 2015 at Thruxton to extend his title lead. For his first season in the class, reigning Motostar Moto3 Champion Jordan Weaving continues to go from strength to strength with only an unfortunate technical problem at Brands Hatch preventing him from adding to his tally of top ten finishes, however it will be a weekend of learning in Hampshire as he pays his first visit to the circuit on his ZX-6R.Mason Law will be looking to get back to winning ways at the fastest circuit on the super stock circuit

Devon man Nick Anderson takes to Thruxton on the mighty ZX-10R for the first time this weekend as his season gains momentum with every session he contests. A deserved second place in the STK600 class at the circuit last year will put him on the front foot for the weekend as he gets to grips with the more powerful machine and with it the steely determination to break even further in to the front runners after his solid tenth place finish last time out.

Team Manager, Barry Boughton was typically upbeat before the team made their way to round eight. "As a team, we never stop learning, and at Brands Hatch we learned a lot. The team as a whole are even stronger from that weekend and we go to Thruxton in great shape to continue the excellent work of the season so far."

"For Mason and Jordan there is a different approach to this weekend; Mason has experience around there and we expect him to continue his excellent season-long form through the timed sessions as he looks to get back on the winning trail, however it's Jordan's first visit to the circuit on a 600 so there is a lot of learning to be done but another solid top ten result should be well within his reach, such is his level now. For our satellite rider, Tom Oliver it's another race back towards fitness after a fine ride last time out as he recovers from injury."

"Nick Anderson scored a great podium for us at Thruxton last year in STK600 and that will hopefully spur him on to further success in STK1000 after his maiden top ten at Brands last time out. He's growing in confidence and stature with every session and reaping the rewards, step by step."

The riders are ready, the team is ready - let's go racing!"