Wilson out to crank up the pressure on team-mate
Ben Wilson says all the pressure is on Gearlink Kawasaki team-mate Alastair Seeley as the British Supersport Championship heads for a nail-biting climax.
Wilson will be looking to make further inroads into Seeley's lead in the standings at Donington Park this weekend.
The Boston rider heads to the Leicestershire circuit on a high after securing a win and a second place at Cadwell Park last time out.
In contrast, Gearlink Kawasaki stable-mate Seeley had just one eighth place to show for his efforts after crashing out of race one.
That saw third-placed Wilson trim the gap to Seeley to 53 points while he is 31 points behind Stuart Easton in second.
Having trailed Seeley by almost 100 points at one stage, Wilson insists he will be riding without pressure in the remaining rounds.
"There's no pressure on me. We're still 53 points behind which is quite a gap," said Wilson.
"The pressure is on Alastair and maybe that's why he crashed at Cadwell. Who knows?
"We're just going to do the best job we can and see what happens."
The title battle now is effectively a three-horse race between Seeley, Stuart Easton and Wilson, who insists he is treating his team-mate like any other rider.
"Neither of us want to knock each other off," added Wilson.
"But I'll be riding just as hard against him as I would with anyone else. It doesn't matter that he happens to have the same colour bike as me."
How they stand
1 Alastair Seeley 303
2 Stuart Easton 281
3 Ben Wilson 250
4 Billy McConnell 228