Tom Sykes declares he has 'turned a corner' with his Kawasaki bike and says he feels buoyant looking ahead to the remainder of the World Superbike season.

The former World Superbike champion has claimed another double winning weekend around the Donington Park circuit, extending his victory run to six after achieving the same feat in 2013 and 2014.

The triple-double achievement is a unique accomplishment which Sykes is proud of and feels it is a landmark point in his season.

"It's been the perfect weekend. We had to dig a bit deeper but overall I'm happy, we've turned a corner," Sykes said. "The difference between here and Imola is minimal but in Imola Jonathan is strong at that circuit. I'm very happy, it has been a great weekend.

"The Kawasaki Racing team has done a great job, 1-2 in wins and in qualifying so it is fantastic. Speaking for myself I'm really pleased we've finally turned that corner and now we can focus on the rest of the season."

Sykes' issues with the 2015-spec Kawasaki ZX-10R machine have been well publicised but he is confident he is on top of them now after his victories in his home event.

The Englishman now has six World Superbike wins at the Leicestershire track and has drawn level with Carl Fogarty for most wins. Sykes has enjoyed a record weekend with Saturday's achievement of going joint-second with Troy Bayliss on the all-time Superpole list with 26.

"It's been a progressive change and I have been struggling in the early part of the season," he added. "Now it looks like we are in the ballpark and the bike works for me over race distance. Still not perfect but we'll keep working."