Alex Lowes says he cannot wait for the second round of the 2014 World Superbike Championship to get underway at Motorland Aragon as he looks to build on the promise of his pace in Australia.

The WSBK series resumes after a lengthy break in Spain this weekend, with Lowes having used that time to recover from the broken ankle he sustained during the Phillip Island season opener back in February.

Though he concedes he won't be 100 per cent in Spain, Lowes is confident he can replicate the rapid pace that at times in Australia saw him heading the timesheets in his first outing with Voltcom Crescent Suzuki.

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"I can't wait for Aragon; this is where my season starts! I'm really looking forward to learning the track on the Suzuki GSX-R1000. My plan is to start to build up some solid results here, that we can improve on as we progress through the season.

"My fitness is good, and I've been working really hard since Australia; I still don't have 100% movement in my ankle but it is improving all the time, and I'm confident I can do a good job this weekend."