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Hydrex Honda's James Ellison is looking to better the second place he got last time the British Superbike circus came to Oulton Park back in May, saying that a win this time around could be on the cards.
The 27-year-old from Cumbria took advantage of the slippery conditions to shadow Airwaves Ducati's Shane Byrne across the line. The second visit to his home track should give him more than a fair chance of taking his first win.
"I'm really looking forward to Oulton this weekend and a win isn't out of the question. That's what I'm aiming for as we have improved the bike considerably since our last visit. I just hope it's dry as that way, it's a true reflection on a result rather than being gifted places by people falling down. We're continuing to develop the electronics package on the bike and the plan is to top the timesheets all weekend long" said Ellison. 
For team mate Guy Martin, it's been a less than successful season with just the one top ten placing in BSB but the 26 year old from Kirmington in Lincolnshire arrives at Oulton after taking a victory at last week's Southern 100 on the Isle of Man so is feeling confident.

"It's not been the best of seasons on the short circuits so far, has it? Last time at Oulton, I claimed a top twelve but we had a problem in race two when James got his podium but that's racing. I've got the monkey off my back with the win at the Southern 100 so hopefully my luck is changing and my season can start here. If life deals you lemons, you make lemonade, that's what I say," he said.

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