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Oulton Park beckons for NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Oulton Park beckons for NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Following a successful test day at Oulton Park last week, the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team make a swift return to the Cheshire circuit for round two of the Pirelli National Superstock 600 and 1000 Championships this weekend; looking to make further progress and build on the performances at the opening round of the season at Silverstone three weeks ago.
 
After his impressive front row qualifying performance and top ten finish in round one of the Championship, despite being hampered by an issue with his rear tyre, Jordan Weaving shows no signs of letting up his early season searing pace this weekend.
 
The young South African continued to push the front-runners on his Kawasaki ZX-6R at the official test at Oulton Park last weekend with the fastest lap of the day in his class, as well as lapping faster than many of the Supersport 600 riders who also participated in the same test.  
 
Weaving is naturally looking to replicate that performance and has high hopes that he will make a triumphant competitive return to the track on which he raced to a tremendous podium last season.
 
“We took what we could from Silverstone to the Oulton test and went there with only one thing on our mind and that was to just enjoy ourselves. I didn't change much on the bike and it just felt good from lap one.” He said.
 
“To have such a strong test and build more confidence ready for the bank holiday weekend race has been really good. The team continues to work hard and should have had a better result than the last one, although it was out of our control.
 
“I will be looking to do all I can this weekend to get that strong result that the team’s continued hard work deserves.”
 
Over in the other half of the garage, Nick Anderson and James East are in similar bullish mood as they head to Cheshire. While East looks to make his maiden competitive bow of the season on the Team Green supported Kawasaki ZX-10R, Anderson looks forward to an opportunity to better a career best qualifying position of 7th place in the Superstock 1000 class at Silverstone in round one.
 
Although he couldn’t hold out for a top ten finish in the race, the Devon based rider looks to build on the foundations laid in Northamptonshire, and also make further strides following on from last weeks’ test at to give him the best opportunity to finish higher up the standings this weekend.
 
“To get my highest qualifying in the stock 1000 class was something which I was happy with but unfortunately in the race it didn’t go the way we would have liked.”  Anderson said.
 
“The other positive what we came away from Silverstone with was a clear list of what we wanted to focus on, and then to be able to work on that last Friday has given us a really good base setting. Now we can look to hit the ground running this weekend.”
 
“It wasn’t about going out there and chasing the times, this is still a new bike and it’s about learning what we can and then clicking with it so the tests can only help to do that.”