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Adam Jenkinson returns to fight for National Superstock title
Official Kawasaki UK Superstock team has signed the 31yearold
Jenkinson (right) with the KX250F he'll be riding to stay fit through winter
ADAM Jenkinson has signed with the official Kawasaki UK team to makes his return to the National Superstock championship in 2016.
NMT No-Limits, the official Superstock Kawasaki UK team, has signed Cheshire-man Jenkinson with full support from the Japanese manufacturer and title sponsors NMT Shipping and No Limits Trackdays.
The 31-year-old is hotly tipped for title success as he returns to the Superstock class on-board the brand new 2016 Ninja ZX-10R which features newly developed technology thanks to the Kawasaki Racing Team.
Jenkinson said: 'I had a really successful season with Kawasaki in 2013, almost winning the title and have always felt most comfortable on the ‘green’ machines. I can’t wait to get started in 2016 and with a heavy testing schedule in place, I’ll be ready to fight for race wins straight from the off in April.
'Kawasaki UK has been kind enough to loan me a KX250F to do some training on over the winter which will help me get in the best possible shape I can for the racing season.'
Jenkinson completes the Kawasaki teams for the British Superbike series, alongside James Ellison, Peter Hickman and Leon Haslam in the British Superbike class; Mason Law and Luke Hedger for Gearlink Kawasaki in British Supersport; and Jordan Weaving in the Superstock 600 class.
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