G&S racing trio are ready for a track return

Tom Fisher.
Tom Fisher.

Following their strong showing in the first round of the Superstock 1000 and 600 series at Donington Park, Wyberton’s G&S Racing Kawasaki squad are preparing for round two that takes place at Brands Hatch this weekend.

Spurred on by his success from Donington Park, Tom Fisher (pictured left) is anxious to prove he is capable of scoring his first points’ finish in the stock 1000 class and hopes that this will happen at Brands Hatch.

Jordy De Jonge.

Jordy De Jonge.

Dutch rider Kevin Van Leuven is in his second year with the team and now has greater track knowledge.

This showed in his performance last time out when he scored a strong seventh place in the stock 600 race.

He is edging closer to that first podium finish and will be giving it his all at Brands Hatch to make it happen.

Jordy De Jonge (right) is also riding in the 600 class and being his first visit to the tricky Brands Hatch Indy circuit he has a difficult job once again to learn the course layout prior to qualifying.

He was unlucky at Donington not to qualify as, although he was well within the required time, he was just below the cut off of 40 riders that were to go through to the race.

Timetable (subject to change): Superstock 600: Friday - free practice 9.25am, Qualifying one 1.50pm; Saturday - final qualifying 12.20pm; Sunday - warm up 11.01am, 22-lap race 5.15pm.

Superstock 1000: Friday - free practice 11.55am, Qualifying 1 2.50pm; Saturday - final qualifying 12.45pm; Sunday - warm up 10am, 24-lap race 12 noon.