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Sean Condon had his Ninja ZX-10R dialed for Saturday's racing when he crossed the line 1st in the final Superbike race of the day followed by fellow Kawasaki rider Mike Jones to give the Ninja ZX-10R a 1-2 finish. However a crash and subsequent DNF in the opening Superbike race on Sunday would leave him playing catch up for the rest of the day. His DNF-8-6 results left him in 11th overall for the round. He currently sits in 6th place in the championship.

Sean Condon say's, "I'm definitely feeling more comfortable on the Ninja ZX-10R and that showed with a race win on Saturday. I was confident of taking that momentum into Sunday's racing but I crashed in the first race and I was left pretty dizzy for the rest of the day. I've definitely got the pace of the others and I'm looking forward to getting the Ninja ZX-10R back on the podium at Winton."

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Defending champion Matt Walters struggled to find an optimum set-up for his #1 wearing Ninja ZX-10R. The Australian champion struggled to 11-13-11 results for 12th overall.

Kawasaki shone in the Formula Oz class with Matthew Harding winning every race on his Ninja ZX-10R to win the round. He currently sits 2nd in the championship. Race 3 on Sunday proved successful for the Kawasaki Ninja with the ZX-10R going 1-2 thanks to Matthew Harding and Brayden Carr. Carr's 4-3-2 results left him in 3rd place overall for the round giving Kawasaki riders 2 positions on the podium.

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Kawasaki's Sophie Lovett rode extremely well in the popular Kawasaki Insurances FX300 Ninja Cup class. She managed a 2nd place finish in race 3 on Saturday and then came out swinging on Sunday to go 5-5-4 for 4th overall. She currently sits in 4th place overall in the series and 1st in the Women's class.

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The class was won by Brandon Demmery who was flawless on the day going 1-1-1.

Sophie Lovett say's, "Overall I am really happy with how I finished up this weekend.  The FX300 class was possibly the most exciting racing class of the weekend, with the race leader changing every lap. The racing was so close and the adrenaline was running high. I have good points to take into Round 4 of the Championship".

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15 year old guest rider Jack Baker, who is the son of Kawasaki dealer Richard Baker from Crazy Dogs Kawasaki in QLD,  was on track for a successful weekend on board the Kawasaki Motors Finance Ninja 300 when he rode to a 2nd place finish in the opening race on Sunday. However a DNF in the final race as a result of being taken out would affect his overall. His 2-4-DNF left him in 7th place overall.

Jack Baker say's, "Thank you very much to Kawasaki Motors Finance for the opportunity to race an awesome bike. I enjoyed it a lot. I haven't raced all year so I was really pleased for this opportunity and I was glad that my pace is still good. I'd like to thank Richard Harding from KMF for the opportunity and Murray Sayle at Kawasaki for his assistance."

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Kawasaki supported riders will be out in action at the 4th round of the 2014 Australian Superbike Championship at Winton Raceway, Victoria on 1-3 August.

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