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NMT No Limits Kawasaki Go Dutch This Weekend

NMT No Limits Kawasaki Go Dutch This Weekend

This weekend sees the MCE British Superbike Championship roll in to Assen, Holland for round ten of the series and the first of the 'Showdown' rounds. Traditionally the Pirelli National Superstock championships do not accompany the premier class on the trip across the North Sea, however NMT No Limits Kawasaki have entered the Stena Line Anglo Dutch Challenge that will run in place of the regular Superstock series at the historic MotoGP circuit.

Team title partner NMT Shipping are a Dutch-based company and the team are keen to show their support as they take on the best of the Netherlands in a one-off challenge for both 600cc and 1000cc machines. Jordan Weaving will carry the team's challenge in the Stena Line Anglo-Dutch Supersport race and will be looking for a strong result on race day as the former Red Bull MotoGP Rookie looks to take advantage of his track knowledge. STK600 team mate Mason Law misses the round, opting to keep himself fit and focused for his championship challenge.

To fly the NMT No Limits Kawasaki flag along with Weaving, the team's STK1000 campaigner Nick Anderson will race his Kawasaki ZX-10R Ninja in the Stena Line Anglo-Dutch Superbike race this weekend, giving the Devon man more valuable bike time ahead of his charge back in to the top ten when the regular STK1000 Championship resumes at Silverstone in two weeks time. After a boost of confidence last time out at Oulton Park, Anderson will be keen to put on a strong show for the large crowd of British and Dutch fans.

Team Manager Barry Boughton said ahead of the North Sea crossing, "This is a fantastic opportunity for us as a team to not only measure ourselves against some of the best Dutch riders available but to also give something back to out team partner, NMT Shipping. Having the chance to race in their own country and put on a bit of a show for them was something we just couldn't pass up.

Jordan has experience of Assen from his days in Motostar and the Red Bull Rookies and although he's now on a bigger, more powerful bike, he still knows the track layout so will be keen to make his mark this weekend. Nick is looking forward to the challenge ahead of him, it's a thrill for any rider to race there and something he's relishing. It's another chance to get some valuable race time for him ahead of the last two rounds of the STK1000 championship as he looks to end the season on a high.

We're proud to be competing this weekend and can't wait to get it all underway."