MSS Kawasaki stars Pete Jennings and Steve Allan head to Donington for the final round of the British Supersport and Superstock championships with the same thing in mind. Both of the MSS Kawasaki riders are determined to end the season on a high.

For Supersport challenger Jennings this means that he is aiming to win the last race of the year and secure fourth place in the championship standings.

Jennings also marked an impressive return to form at Mallory Park when he battled his way through the field to record an emphatic fourth-placed finish on his MSS Kawasaki ZX-6R. However, the 28-year-old Yorkshireman has high standards and will not be satisfied unless he is standing on the podium at the end of Sunday's race.

"This season has been a real rollercoaster ride," says Jennings. "I crashed in the first race and then had a run of rostrum finishes, then it all went a bit wrong for a while. I'm feeling really good at the moment and I got on the podium when we raced the Donington National circuit in April, so I don't see why I can't wrap it up in style."

Superstock campaigner Steve Allan is hoping to replicate the determined ride that he had in the last round and once more finish in the upper reaches of the top ten and after his recent morale-boosting performance, is raring to go.

The talented rookie has suffered from a most remarkable run of bad luck during his first season with the MSS Kawasaki team, but firmly believes that the final round of the championship could be his best yet.

"It hasn't been an easy season," admitted Allan. "I really want to try and erase some of the earlier disappointments with a strong performance at Donington. It's a very different circuit to Mallory but I enjoy it a lot more. This is my last chance this year to show what I can do with the MSS Kawasaki ZX-9R and I don't intend to squander the opportunity."

 

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