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Weaving Leads The Way For NMT No Limits Kawasaki

Weaving Leads The Way For NMT No Limits Kawasaki

It was a mixed bag of results for NMT No Limits Kawasaki just outside Louth over the Bank Holiday Weekend.  There was a podium, a solid debut ride and an unfortunate DNF for the Team Green supported outfit.
 
The highlight of a rain interrupted race meeting in Lincolnshire came from Jordan Weaving who left the circuit leading the Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship with just four rounds remaining this season.  
 
The latest addition to the Stock 600 side of the team, Cameron Lee, adjusted well to his new surroundings with a consistent performance over the course of the weekend, which culminated in the number 58 bike finishing race day just outside the points in 19th place.
 
Jordan Weaving led the celebrations as he finished on the podium for the second successive year at Cadwell on Monday and his 3rd place finish took him ahead of Carl Phillips in the race for the title.  Although he wasn’t able to taste victory when the race was red flagged after Phillips crashed out, the NMT No Limits rider's third place was enough to take the young South African four points ahead of Phillips and to the top of the standings.
 
The 19-Year-old has been in blistering form for the previous few rounds and right out of the gate on Saturday, he put a marker down for that to continue by leading free practice. Weaving was coolness personified across a weather disrupted first two days of the race weekend, with one wet and one dry qualifying session but he remained calm and qualified in P2 for Monday’s race. After the red light went out and the race got underway, the NMT No Limits Kawasaki rider looked to maintain his calculated race tactics which have maintained his title challenge, but the early conclusion in the race due to the aforementioned red flag put paid to a third successive victory. But naturally, the end result was one which left Weaving beaming with his now customary smile.
 
“It was a really strong and positive weekend for both myself and the team. The team continues to work hard and of course I want to give them the results they deserve. We had good pace all weekend and felt comfortable so all in all I was happy.” Weaving said.
 
“Oulton is going to be an even more difficult race now as its a track that a lot of riders like and of course as we have already raced there earlier in the season so everyone is already ready for it. But I'm looking forward to it, every weekend is a challenge and we will go into the round aiming to maintain our good run of results.”
 
Cameron Lee had an enjoyable first outing on his new Kawasaki ZX-6R and he said aside from a small blip in qualifying, his debut at Cadwell Park gave him plenty to build on over the coming weeks.
 
Lee said: “The first weekend was great, had a consistent weekend and a fairly smooth weekend other than a tumble in Q2 which hindered the good progression we were getting through the early sessions to get me higher up the grid in qualifying.
 
Everyone in the team was great, we clicked straight away and I know I will really enjoy being part of this team. I’ll be looking to work on qualifying a little higher up the grid at Oulton so we can achieve a better race result and also continue to improve my riding style on the NMT No Limits Kawasaki.”

Unfortunately though for James East it wasn’t a weekend to remember at Cadwell. After a bright start in the Superstock 1000 Championship where he was firmly ensconced within the top four in free practice, it wasn’t quite a Party In The Park for the Kawasaki ZX-10R rider as his raceday ended prematurely, with just six laps completed as he crashed out whilst running strongly in the top ten.
"This weekend was full of potential and the team did a fantastic job, but unfortunately that hard work didn't come with the end result that it deserved."  East said.

"In the race a problem with lack of grip from the front end of the motorcycle plagued us at Cadwell, but we have the chance to bounce back quickly when we go again in a few weeks time. I finished just outside the top ten when I made my debut for NMT No Limits Kawasaki earlier this season at Oulton, so I'm going back there determined to better that result and pick up as many Championship points as I can."