SALISBURY'S Gearlink Kawasaki team are looking forward to their trip to Thruxton this coming weekend, writes CAMILLA TEMPLE-COURT.

The sixth round of the British Supersport Championship took place at Snetterton Circuit.

Ben Wilson secured two tenth places in the Dickies British Supersport and Ross Twyman retired twice at Snetterton.

His team-mate Ross Twyman was forced to retire from both races over the weekend.

It was a tough qualifying session for both at the Snetterton and they were only able to secure 20th and 21st places respectively.

Both riders were eager to gain strong positions in the race and got a good start in the 10-lap race.

Wilson made some good passes and he made strong progress throughout the race to finish in a healthy 10th position.

Twyman was working his way through the pack when he was struck with a technical problem and forced to retire.

For race two Wilson started from 14th and Twyman from 20th.

Wilson got another awesome start and got up to ninth place. He was fighting hard throughout the 12-lap race to pull back some positions and ended up in 10th place. Ross was riding within the points again but was forced to retire on lap 11 of the 12.

Wilson said: “It was a really tough weekend, we struggled throughout but I managed to pick up some points and now we must move on to Thruxton and be back near the front again.”

Twyman said: “It was a very disappointing weekend for me unfortunately getting absolutely no where with set-up, we are struggling as a team at the minute but we stay positive and continue to Thruxton.

“Thank you to Gearlink Kawasaki once again. No one is more frustrated than me about this whole issue but I am determined we can fix it. Thank you to my personal sponsors for understanding and continuing to believe in me and my potential.”

Rogers is still recovering from a badly broken arm had a problems with the bike and qualified 28th and finished race one in 22nd place.

He started race two from 30th on the grid but was forced to retire.