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The Title Could Be Decided At Donington

The Title Could Be Decided At Donington

There’s no rest for the wicked, so the saying goes and the NMT No Limits Kawasaki team are back on the road. This time they’re on their way to Donington Park for the penultimate round of the Pirelli Moto National Superstock Championship.
 
Jordan Weaving is aiming to extend his advantage over the chasing pack in the Superstock 600 class and possibly even take the title.  The 19-year-old South African showed everyone watching at the Cheshire circuit and the millions of viewing at home last Sunday just how things should be done, topping free practice, taking pole position and then the chequered flag to victory.
 
Following that win Weaving holds a 16 point lead over his nearest rival, Carl Phillips, in the race for the title and is 50 ahead of Keenan Armstrong in third place. Should Weaving pick up any points this weekend it cuts it to a two rider hunt for the top spot going into the final weekend at Brands Hatch, but if Weaving outscores Phillips by ten points the Superstock 600 title will once again be won by a NMT No Limits Kawasaki rider. The remit is simple in terms of what is required but far from simple in it’s execution and Weaving is taking nothing for granted.
 
The title chasing Kawasaki ZX-6R rider is looking forward to testing himself in Derbyshire and simply appreciating every second of his time out on the track.
 
Weaving said: “To be honest, I’m feeling calm and relaxed before heading to Donington. Maybe people would expect that I’d be feeling the pressure because of how things are in the championship right now, but I’m not at all.
 
“This season more than ever I’ve found that it’s not about worrying, the best thing is just to embrace the challenge, then you enjoy it more. The moment we stop doing that is when we can make mistakes and lose the momentum.
 
“If we think about all the what could be, then it can steer your mind in the wrong direction. So I'm not thinking about what if?  I'm going to think about what ever happens, happens, we just keep smiling. I really can’t wait to get going on Friday because whenever I’m out there on my bike, I’m happy.”Weaving is taking nothing for granted and will embrace the challenge over the weekend
 
Cameron Lee is determined to make a marked improvement on his previous outing for Team Green. Although he made up four places from his starting position at Oulton, he wants more and is looking to continue with the plan of breaking into the top fifteen before the season comes to a close.
 
This weekend could be the perfect one for Lee to achieve that aim, as it’s his home race, he only has to make a short hop from Leicestershire to the circuit aside East Midlands Airport in Derbyshire giving him arguably more time to ready himself for the challenge ahead.
 
“I'm looking forward to getting to my home round at Donington, it will be the second time there for me and I’m looking to make more of an impression this time. Earlier this year we had a lot of bad luck and I didn't manage to put on the performance that the hard work deserved.” Lee said.
 
“But I'm keeping positive and focused on the goals we have set for the rest of season in these last two rounds. Keeping calm and relaxed will be the key thing that I know will help and also making sure I'm having a good time doing it too!
 
He continued: “I know I've got the right people behind me. They have a wealth of experience that is just waiting to be tapped into, you can’t stop learning and if I can do that then we have the potential for great results in these last two rounds.”