Mar-Train Racing's Stuart Easton described his weekend at Snetterton as a 'disaster' after the Scot struggled to 10th and 13th in the two British Supersport races.
Easton, who led the championship by a point after the previous round at Knockhill, now trails new championship lead Alastair Seeley by 40 points after the Gearlink Kawasaki rider won both races at Snetterton.
Easton was plagued by a heavy cold and set-up issues at the Norfolk circuit but is keeping a calm head despite Seeley's advantage.
“There's not much to say other than Snetterton turned into a disaster for us. I'm not going to pin-point one particular area as that is pointless at this stage, but it's behind us now,” Easton said.
“I am now looking ahead to Brands Hatch and making in-roads in Alastair's lead. There's a very long way to go in the series.
“Yes we have given ourselves a bit more work to do, but I know I have the ability and the Mar-Train Racing package is certainly good enough, so we are not going to panic.”