McConnell said: "This is another big weekend for the CAME Yamaha team and although there is less pressure as there isn't a championship for us to win, we still are coming to Silverstone with the intention of giving the regular riders a good fight. I definitely want to be inside the top five and I think that is possible; we have tested there already so we know the new track and we have a point to prove. We are the home team and we want to show what we are capable of for the home crowd."
Westmoreland said: "I am really looking forward to Silverstone, we had a disappointing last round at Snetterton but we are ready to come back stronger. It is hard to know how we will compare to the main championship riders, but we know the track and we have a good pace in the British championship, so we will have to wait and see. I am feeling optimistic about our chances and I am hoping that the CAME Yamaha team will surprise a few people with our performances this weekend. We are going to do the best job we can and I am ready for the challenge."
Automatic entrance gates company CAME will have a massive presence at Silverstone this weekend, as they are one of the official sponsors of the Superbike World Championship, as well as being partner of Aprilia Alitalia and its top rider Max Biaggi.