Holmfirth racer James Lodge is already looking to his options for the 2015 season.
After making a strong early push for the National Superstock 600 champiosnhip this season, the Moto-Breakers Kawasaki rider has slipped off the pace due to a number of mechanical issues.
However, twice British 125cc champion Lodge is already looking to possibly make more of an impact next season in either the National Superstock 1000 or Supersport championships.
However, first up is this weekend’s British Superbikes meeting at Donington Park.
“I’m looking forward to Donington, but it may be my last stock 600 race,” revealed Lodge.
“I am competing in supersport at Assen at the end of September, and I will possibly have a go on a Superstock 1000 at Silverstone next month to help me finalise plans for 2015.”
Lodge currently lies fifth in the Superstock 600 standings and picked up points with a sixth placed finish at Cadwell Park.
“I was happy with the result at Cadwell as it was in difficult conditions,” said Lodge.
“A solid sixth place is a good result after the results I’ve been having lately!”
Denby Dale racer Tom Tunstall heads to Donington boosted by a stronger showing in the ninth round of the 2014 British Superstock 1000 championship, which was staged as part of the British MotoGP event at Silverstone.
Doodson Motorsport Kawasaki rider Tunstall produced a solid ride recovering from a difficult qualifying and claimed 20th place.
“I’m pleased we made a step forward in the race,” said Tunstall.
“I had a good rhythm and know I’d have taken more places if the race hadn’t been interrupted.
“The important thing is we’re going in the right direction and certainly look to get back in the points at Donington.”