With a new multi-year deal to remain at Kawasaki in WorldSBK in his pocket, Alex Lowes has his sights set on using the Ninja ZX10-RR’ versatility to good use at Most. 

The Czech track makes it’s debut on the Superbike calendar - the first of two new venues this season - Navarra the following round on August 20-22. 

Many of the riders will be completing their first ever laps of the Autodrom Most during Friday’s free practice, a day that will prove vital for finding a competitive set-up and being in the mix come race one. 

This is what Lowes is hoping to do after a difficult round in Assen, where the Brit was impacted with physical limitations. 

"Most is not a track that I know much about, to be honest. We drove back from Assen so I had a chance to look at some onboard laps on my phone," added Lowes.  

"I have also been trying to get some information from some guys who have been there. I will do some more homework now before we get there. 

"The track itself looks like a different layout to many others, with some fast corners and changes of direction.

"It is going to be a good challenge and one of the really positive things about the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR is that it is such a good base it works pretty well everywhere. We are lucky in that regard. 

"I will now focus on learning the track on Friday. I do not think anybody has got massive experience of the place so I am looking forward to making a step in the right direction. I want to come out strong for this new challenge at Most."