Go racing with the Kawasaki Z900 and the Moto46 Streetbike Cup

The Kawasaki Z900 is eligible for the newly announced No Limits Racing, Moto46 Streetbike Cup

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KAWASAKI has announced that its phenomenally successful Z900 will now be eligible for the No Limits Racing Moto46 Streetbike Cup, a brand new support class in the No Limits Racing Series.

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The Racing kicks off at Donington Park on the 17th and 18th of April and is aimed at providing riders with an entry-level racing platform that enables them to hone their riding skills.

Riders choosing to contest the Moto46 Streetbike Cup riding Kawasaki’s Z900 will also get to take advantage of the full Z900 protection kit created specifically for the Euro series by market-leading protection provider GB Racing. Competitors can also call on Kawasaki’s Team Green Technical Partner, MSS Performance, who is able to supply racing parts and technical support for Kawasaki Racing riders at all levels of competition.

The cup will run alongside the eight-round No Limits Racing National Endurance Championship, which begins at Donington Park and concludes in October at Brands Hatch, visiting Oulton Park, Cadwell Park, Croft, and Anglesey along the way (all dates subject to change).

Craig Watson, Kawasaki Motors UK Sales, and Marketing Manager:

“Kawasaki has a long history of supporting rider development from an early stage, so we’re really pleased that the Z900 is eligible for this new grassroots racing opportunity. We want to encourage riders to get into the sport and should you be sat there thinking “this is for me!” Get in touch with your local Kawasaki dealer as we are setting up a Z900 race support price for eligible racers!

“I will certainly be keeping a close eye on the Streetbike Cup and will have some more exciting news about our involvement in the coming weeks.”

For more information visit www.nolimitsracing.co.uk