Wyberton-based team G&S Racing Kawasaki head to Donington Park for the next round of the National Superstock 1,000 and 600 championship this weekend - and all three riders will be seeking top results.
Tom Fisher wants to add to his points tally in the 600 class and move closer to a top-10 position in the rider standings, and Dominic Usher (pictured) is seeking to continue his run of solid results in the 1,000 class.
Daniel Hegarty is still sore from the injuries he received from his crash at Cadwell Park, but is raring to go and aiming for a strong showing at Donington to get his championship challenge underway.
Free practice for both classes is on Friday morning, followed by first qualifying in the afternoon.
Final qualifying is on Saturday from 11.45am and the 600 class have a short free practice session in the evening at 6.05pm.
The 14-lap Superstock 600 race is set to start at 11.15am on Sunday and the 15-lap 1,000cc event at 2.15pm.
Over the weekend, the team travelled to Silverstone where Fisher and Usher took part in the Silverstone 200 races, which are part of the MotoGP package at the British GP.
The track time was useful to find a good set up for their regular championship that takes place in early October, and also for Fisher to see how he fared on the bigger bike in preparation for next year, when he will be no longer eligible to ride in the 600cc class.
Usher finished the two races in 11th and ninth, with Fisher riding to two 16th-place finishes.