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NMT No Limits Kawasaki Ready For WSB Weekend

NMT No Limits Kawasaki Ready For WSB Weekend

This weekend sees the World Superbike paddock roll in to the UK for it's only round on British soil this season. Round six of the championship at Donington Park will see the Pirelli National STK1000 and STK600 championships provide the support races for the championship as an extra home round, as neither STK series travels to Assen in September with the usual British Superbike paddock.

For the NMT No Limits team it's a return to the circuit that brought immediate success at round one with championship leader Mason Law imperious all weekend, recording his maiden win and returning a 'Gentleman's Set' of Pole Position, race win and fastest lap, something the Essex youngster will be keen to repeat this weekend and extend his already-commanding 33 point championship lead.Will it be 4 for Law at Donnington this bank holiday weekend?

Team mate Jordan Weaving will be looking to build on the confidence-boosting ride last time out at Oulton Park as he becomes more and more comfortable on the Kawsaki ZX-6R Ninja. The 2014 Motostar British Champion will want to make amends for his early enforced exit from the opening round and score some solid points for both himself and the team at a circuit he's had success at previously.

NMT No Limits Kawasaki supported rider Tom Oliver continues to make solid progress and will be keen to make a top ten finish at the flowing venue as his experience and confidence grows. The 2012 "Triumph Top Gun" will arrive at Donington with confidence after a solid finish last time out in Cheshire and keen to improve further.

But ahead of this weekend there is some good news regarding the teams Superstock 1000 rider, Nick Anderson. After a long lay off with a terrible back injury suffered in pre season testing, the youngster came through a shakedown test well at Snetterton mid week, and if given the all clear by the doctors at the circuit he will be in action for the first time in 2015 at Donington Park.

Team Manager Barry Boughton said ahead of the weekend: "The team has enjoyed the recent break after a hectic but rewarding start to the season. We are very much looking forward to this weekend at WSB Donington.

"It will give us the chance to showcase the team to people who may not necessarily go to a BSB round or enter the BSB paddock. We are delighted to welcome back Nick Anderson for this weekend which will be fabulous. He has been out testing this week with no issues, he feels great and ready to race. We just need the medical staff to pass him as fit on Friday morning!

"For our Super Stock 600 guys we are hoping and expecting to pick up from our last visit here where Mason dominated all weekend and Jordan qualified well. Mason is on top form and full of confidence, so as long as we can give him the tools to do the job I fully expect him to be a podium contender again.

"With Jordan we are looking to build upon a solid performance at Oulton and points are the name of the game this weekend for him. For our satellite rider Tom Oliver he has made an excellent start being consistently top 10 so we need to get him troubling the top 5 now and feel that he is more than capable of doing so. We are hoping for a great weekend so let's bring it on."

Looking to make it four in a row an excited Mason Law stated: "I can't wait to roll out at Donington Park. I like the track and feel i have unfinished business there as we didn't get the lap record last time out. It's great to ride as a support class on the World scene and i have some friends in that paddock that i'm looking forward to seeing."

Jordan Weaving concluded: "I'm so excited to go back to a track where i feel good and have a good setting. Beginning of the year i got a good qualifying but i was unlucky to crash on the first lap after touching another rider. I'm hoping for much better this weekend, and i just can't wait to get back out on track."