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Season Finale Awaits At Brands Hatch

Season Finale Awaits At Brands Hatch

The Pirelli STK600 and STK1000 series draw to their close this weekend as the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team head to Brands Hatch in Kent for the third and final time in 2015. After the successes and celebrations of Silverstone the team are focused on finishing the year in style, with STK600 podiums and a STK1000 top ten the undoubted goals.

Brands Hatch will be the final ride for Mason Law aboard his Kawasaki ZX-6R STK600 machine as the championship top three have to move on to other series and the newly-crowned STK600 Champion will be looking for one final win to round off a truly dominant season. For STK600 team mate Jordan Weaving it will be a chance to stamp his authority on the series with another podium after the disappointment of Silverstone and prove himself a true contender to replace Mason as champion in 2016.Mason will be looking for another strong finish this weekend, despite already wrapping up the title last time out at Silverstone

STK1000 rider Nick Anderson will be the first to admit that his first season in the championship hasn't gone to plan as lady luck has been unkind to the Devon man despite both his and the teams best efforts to secure regular top ten finishes. Nick is determined to finish the season strong and will be operating at his usual 100% commitment, and with a little luck that final top ten finish will be just reward for a tumultuous year.

Team Manager Barry Boughton said, "Silverstone is now consigned to the record books and we're 100% focused on what we need to achieve at Brands Hatch to finish the season with a flourish. It's been an incredible year so far with ups as well as downs and we know we're not done yet despite Mason wrapping up the STK600 championship last time out.

For us, until the racing is done, it's just another round. We want to win the final STK600 race of the season as much as we wanted to win the first, both for the profile of the team and as a big thank you to our valued sponsors. Mason will be looking to dominate every session with the same determination he has since Donington and now the title is his he will be keen to finish on the top step.

Jordan had a great race at Silverstone despite the result and he's really shown just what a force he'll be next year. His sights are set on nothing less than a podium finish to head of in to the winter break on the front foot ready for 2016.

Nick Anderson and his ZX-10R deserve a stroke of luck this year and it would be nice to see some of that this weekend. Credit to Nick, he comes back every weekend with his motivation and confidence high and the whole team would love to see him finish strongly on Sunday then put 2015 behind him and push on for 2016.

The team, bikes and riders are ready so let's go racing!"