Jack Kennedy insists it’s ‘back to business’ for Round Five of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship.
Kennedy has been active since the last round at Knockhill, having been drafted in by Evan Bros Racing to replace the injured Andrea Mantovani for last weekend’s World Supersport round at Donington Park.
The Dubliner impressed on the World stage but now his full focus returns to BSB action on board Mar-Train Yamaha Racing’s R1.
Kennedy – who has fully recovered from injuries sustained at Knockhill last month – is setting his sights on climbing back into the top 10 at Snetterton.
Kennedy has enjoyed a positive British Superbike campaign so far, in what has been an “ultra-competitive” championship during the opening four rounds.
He currently sits 10th in the standings after battling his way to an impressive 61 points.
Mar-Train Yamaha Racing Team Manager Tim Martin echoes Kennedy’s bullish approach, with a return to the top 10 a big target this weekend.
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