YATE'S Luke Hedger took full opportunity to get some laps in as the No Limits Championship went to MSV’s Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire for its second round of the 2019 season.

This came off the back of the much-needed wet official test day for the British Superbikes ahead of round one at Silverstone (April 19-21).

Despite the bitter weather and intermittent snow showers the Yate-based rider was still cracking the whip aboard the CPD Kawasaki, getting as many laps in, ready for the first round at the British Superbike Championship in a couple of days time.

Hedger attended the No Limits track day on Friday as well as entering the Endurance race on the Saturday, where he teamed up with Liam Murtagh to make Cunnington Racing Team part of CPD Racing.

With best sector times in sections two and three for the majority of the race and having to stop for a red flag the duo pulled through to take the chequered flag in second place.

Hedger said: “The test at Silverstone went well on Tuesday as we got some wet practice in, which for me was ideal as I have not yet ridden the Kawasaki in those conditions. I had a great opportunity to ride at No Limits this weekend so I took it with open arms.”

“The team continue to work extremely hard and we are making great progress and I’m happy with the direction we are going in, so from here it is on to the first round at Silverstone.”

Hedger will take part in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 in association with Black Horse part of the British Superbikes for the 2019 season.