Dickies Workwear

All Smiles as NMT No Limits Head To Oulton Park

All Smiles as NMT No Limits Head To Oulton Park

NMT No Limits Kawasaki return to the countryside setting of Oulton Park this weekend as Jordan Weaving looks to strengthen his grip on the lead of the Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship.
 
Previous trips to Cheshire have been good for Weaving, he has stood on the podium in successive races around the 2.69 mile circuit and he will be looking for a similar outcome on Sunday afternoon.
 
Weaving put himself in top spot in the Championship following the last round at Caldwell Park with a tremendous third place finish. The podium finish lifted him ahead of Carl Phillip in the race to the Superstock title, who unfortunately crashed out of the race, resulting in a premature end to proceedings just as the NMT No Limits Kawasaki ZX-6R was bearing down on Keenan Armstrong and Harry Truelove ahead of him.
 
The weather wasn’t kind to the riders when they last visited Oulton back in April, as it was a rain soaked race day, so much so that the start to the Superstock 600 race was temporarily delayed with the riders on the grid in torrential rain. However, there was no damp squib for Weaving who finished in third place and he’s hoping the weather and his final position both improve this weekend.
 
 “I love Oulton, it’s a track I really enjoy going to, it’s one of my favourites on the calendar and hopefully it stays dry this weekend. It’s a lot of fun, I really like it, although last year we had a wet race and a proper downpour there earlier this season and I was pleased when I got on the podium.'  Weaving said.Hopefully the team will be full of smiles in the sunshine come the end of the weekend
 
“So I’m hoping its going to be dry but we know we have the settings for the bike either way, we’ve already been here this season so we know what to expect but as always the NMT No Limits team are really well prepared.  Throughout the season I’ve had the frame of mind to just go racing and enjoy it and ride as fast as I can so if I can do that then it will be a good weekend.”

For the latest recruit to the team, Cameron Lee, it’s also the second trip to Cheshire of the season and in what will be his second outing for Team Green. The 19 year old made a solid start to his career with NMT No Limits Kawasaki last weekend and after testing at Oulton following the last round, he’s setting his sights even higher.
 
“I was a little disappointed as the race result we had at Cadwell didn’t reflect our potential from qualifying." Lee said.

"It was a bit of a learning curve and I take everything I can from it .  I keep myself switched on and I aim to always be positive, even things which people may see as a negative  you can draw a positive from them and continue to move forward.
 
He continued: “So now the goal for me realistically is to break into the top 15 and have a good ride, I think this weekend I can do that. Then hopefully I can progress even further over the remaining rounds and I think with the team behind me at NMT No Limits I’m in the right place to achieve that.
 
“I love Oulton, it’s great. It’s a track where I won and broke lap records on my 450 before, so I’ve got a lot of happy memories here. Also, having the fans close to the track and then to hear them talking with so much passion about bikes as they walk round the paddock, I love it. I like to take a step back sometimes and have the chance to listen to the enthusiasm they have for the sport, and it gives you a greater appreciation for what you’re doing because you know that everyone out there would love the opportunity that I’ve been given. I’m really looking forward to it.”