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Knockhill Next Up for NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Knockhill Next Up for NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Round six and the mid-way point for the Pirelli National STK600 and STK1000 Championships kick off at the Scottish National Motorsports centre at Knockhill this weekend as the series takes to the picturesque but technical 1.3 mile circuit just north of Dunfermline.

With the mixed fortunes of Snetterton firmly behind them the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team are in no mood for compromise as the team and their riders look to push forwards in their respective championships. In STK600, Mason Law will be looking to reassert himself in the fight for the title after dominating every session in Norfolk before uncharacteristically sliding out of the race, whereas for Jordan Weaving it's a case of building further on the season-best finish at Snetterton, during which he recorded very encouraging lap times on his way to fifth place aboard his Kawasaki ZX-6R.Class rookie Jordan Weaving on is way to fifth place at Snetterton

STK1000 rider Nick Anderson will want to get to grips with his ZX-10R early in Scotland after a successful test alongside his team mates at the circuit recently as he continues his debut season in the bigger class. Since returning from pre-season injuries, the Devon-based rider has shown determination to progress in every session he has completed and will be looking for a return on that effort and commitment at Knockhill.

Looking ahead to the return to Knockhill, Team Manager Barry Boughton said, "We didn't have the best of rounds last time out but the team and our riders are certainly ready and eager to get down to business this weekend.

"For Nick and his ZX-10R it'll be a great chance to further prove he's gelling well with the bike as he returns to full fitness and the form he was showing preseason, whereas for the STK600 boys it'll be a chance for Mason to put the Snetterton race behind him and reassert his authority on the championship as we look to more of the same from Jordan as he improves round by round on the ZX-6R."

"The team recorded some very competitive lap times from all three riders at the recent test at Knockhill, so there's no reason why we can't hit the ground running on Friday morning and, as has been the way all season, we'll be working hard towards another successful weekend."