BSB » Josh Waters:

Oulton Park

For Race 2 we made another step forward and the bike felt a lot better again. I might sound like most riders, but I can't stress how important it is to get time in the seat and the more time I do, the more comfortable I feel.

I was in the battle for seventh which was cool, my feeling was getting better each lap and it was good to be in a good fight for a top ten finish. I crossed the line tenth and obviously would have liked to finish higher in the standings, but on hindsight it was good to get some feeling back and prove that I can run with these guys. Hopefully I can become more of a threat for podiums in the near future.

The Milwaukee Yamaha team have been great - very professional and there's always a great atmosphere in the garage. I feel very much at home and each weekend we are gelling that much better as a team. I'm confident the results will soon come, which I feel all the team members deserve for their hard work.

I now have a six week gap until my next hit out. Until then I hope to go support my mates and team at the major Road Racing events! I'm also really looking forward to going to watch the Cardiff Speedway GP.

As I'm sure everyone knows, fitness is a big part of the process so I will be keeping up my strict fitness regime to come back fit and ready for Knockhill.

If anyone has any questions they would like to ask me, please feel free to write below in the comments section and I will do my best to get back to you.

Until the next round, keep enjoying the racing and if you are out on the road, drive safe and use those mirrors!!


Follow Josh on Twitter: @Joshwaters21

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Ian S - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 8:57 PM

"useless" is he? Just like all those other useless Aussies like Bayliss, Corser, Stoner, Gardner etc etc that came to race in the UK. Give the man a chance. He's in a new team, on an unfamiliar bike riding on circuits he's never seen before and that are nothing like those in Australia.

Sandy - Unregistered

May 28, 2013 8:46 AM

Hey ---- head ozzy bagger , unless you have attempted to do what Josh is doing in the UK , then don't comment because you really don't know what Josh is up against . Stay focused Josh and get those laps in

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