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Airwaves Yamaha prepare for first match point

GSE Racing head to the latest round of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Cadwell Park on the verge of mathematically wrapping up a fifth title.

Leon Camier's record-breaking triple victory at Brands Hatch has moved him 156.5 points ahead of the nearest non-Airwaves Yamaha rider, that being Hydrex Honda's Stuart Easton in third position.

Should Camier score more than 21 points than his Scottish rival, the riders' title will be decided between himself and team-mate James Ellison.

"This season has been incredible, and hopefully our good form will continue at Cadwell Park. I'd like to try and put my fall from a couple of years ago firmly behind me with some good results.

"It's been a busy couple of weeks since the last race at Brands Hatch. I've been training as usual, but also taking part in some races of a slightly different sort. Last week I entered the 'Surrey League Revolutions 5-day cycle race'.

“Around 80 of Britain's top riders take part and cover around 100 miles a day, as well as climbing some of the steepest hills in South East England. It was great to be pushing myself against some of the top cyclists and actually be amongst it. But I'm looking forward to getting back on my Airwaves Yamaha this weekend!"

Ellison, meanwhile, heads to Cadwell Park eager to keep his fading title hopes alive having drifted 113.5 points from Camier.

"I didn't race at Cadwell Park last year due to injury, and so I want to make up for it on the Airwaves Yamaha. It's a circuit I really enjoy, and I think we should put on a good show for the fans.

"Since the last Round, I stayed down in Kent for a while as we had an event with the GSE Group. The event itself was great fun, but it also gave me the opportunity to do some training in the sunshine for once, plus have a chance to relax with the team on the golf course.

“Since then I've gone back to my normal training routine back at home, plus I've managed to sort out a brand new motor home. A good couple of weeks, but I can't wait to get back racing."



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Camier, British WSBK 2009
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James Ellison on the Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki
Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki rider Chris Walker
Ian Hutchinson on the FFX Yamaha
Ian Hutchinson on the FFX Yamaha
Milwaukee Yamaha`s Tommy Bridewell
Milwaukee Yamaha rider Josh Brookes
James Ellison - Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki
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Chris Walker - Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki
Chris Walker - Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki
James Ellison - Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki
Lloyds British GBmoto Kawasaki
Ian Hutchinson on the FFX Yamaha during testing in Spain
Milwaukee Yamaha`s Josh Brookes and Tommy Bridewell during pre-season testing in Spain

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James Ellison - Unregistered

August 26, 2009 12:14 PM

Well Binza, u obviously don't know me so why r u so quick to judge? I played 9 holes and the last time I played was for charity over a year ago. Not that I should have to explain to u but every day before and after that as usual I train my ass off once or twice a day just like anyone else in this sport who lives and breaths it. These interviews are for the public to share with us what we get up to when we are not racing or training because that's generally what we do most of the time so try not to read too far into them.

chris - Unregistered

August 28, 2009 11:52 AM

Should be a stroll in the park this weekend for Camier to take what has been a very one sided championship. From what l've seen this year he's had the perfect package "not taking away that he's got to ride the thing for a moment". Hope the other teams and riders wake up and give us some propper races next year. I've oftern wonderd, just how close that bike of Camier and Spies for that matter is match to Rossi's old 990???



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