The British Superbike Bank Holiday triple-header takes place this weekend at Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire and probably the most-pivotal weekend of the season as the Top Six Shoot-Out contenders will finally be decided.
Relentless Suzuki by TAS Racing's Josh Brookes currently holds fifth place in the Championship standings and the Australian is feeling confident ahead of Cadwell - a venue where he is renowned for giving the official BSB photographers some high-flying action over the famous Mountain section of the circuit.
"Cadwell has been good to me in the past and with the recent test behind us, we can go into the round with a lot more confidence. We've been on a decent run recently, which could have been better at Brands after winning the opening race, but you need a bit of luck as well as putting in the hard work. Coming out of this weekend in the Top Six is the main aim but we'll not be holding back for podiums or wins if they come our way."
Alastair Seeley, who has been in a rich vein of form lately, also returns to action in the British Supersport class this weekend. The former British Superstock champion will arrive in Lincolnshire having taken four wins from the last five races, which included memorable doubles at Snetterton and Brands Hatch on the all-new GSX-R600 Suzuki.
The Supersport Championship has been attracting a significant-amount of media attention this season and Seeley will be hoping to make the headlines once again as he chases his third double in just four meetings.
"We had a good solid test at Cadwell last week giving us an idea of the set-up needed on the GSX-R600. That will save us some time in the first couple of sessions. Last year the Superbike was hard work for me around the final sector but the 600 feels really good and I'm confident we won't need to hang back this weekend. When you're winning, you're the man to beat and that's the way I want to keep it. It's Ben's home round, which will obviously add a bit of pressure for him, and I'm sure crashing here last year will also be in the back of his mind."
Philip Neill - Team Manager:
"Obviously this is a very important round for us. After a great win at Brands with Josh in race one, the small mishap in the last race stopped us from being fairly comfortable coming into Cadwell. Now we need a solid weekend to consolidate our top-six position.
"On a positive note, we have a good history at the circuit as does Josh who has enjoyed significant success there. As a team we have now completed all the hard work in terms of bike preparation and we even managed to squeeze in a Cadwell test for both riders just last week.
"We ran through a number of engine and set-up options for Josh, just so he would be comfortable coming into this round of the Championship. We all like to go racing for wins and if they come this weekend we'll certainly take them. But this weekend is all about qualifying for the top six and taking podium credits where possible; after that we can start pushing for the Championship.
"In Supersport not much has changed since the previous rounds. Alastair has been doing a great job and gained plenty of exposure for his two wins at Brands Hatch. He just needs to keep enjoying his racing and hunting down those wins where possible. That's pretty much all we can do in our quest for the Championship, but with Ben not making any mistakes so far - I'd say it's now his to lose."