JG Speedfit Kawasaki’s James Ellison believes he has found a fast and consistent race setup for the upcoming Cadwell Park MCE British Superbike weekender after two days’ testing at the Lincolnshire circuit.
The Kendal native said he and his crew have experimented with a load of different setup ideas and turned the bike upside down but now have something they will be competitive with. Ellison was able to lap consistently in the mid-1’27s but says some more work needs to be done for outright qualifying pace.
‘It was a good test and I am pretty happy. We have still got some work to do but you never have enough time. We found a setup for some really consistent times so we’ve got a good bike we can race with,” said Ellison, speaking to bikesportnews.com.
“We’ve got a bit of work to do for qualifying to make sure we get right up on the grid but it has been a very productive two days. We’ve got a good direction after some big setup experiments and a better understanding of how the bike works for me. I need a little bit more in engine braking for the slower corners but I think we will be competitive to say the least.”