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Camier cruises to 13th victory

Harris, meanwhile, is up to fourth at the expense of the injured Glen Richards, while Walker missed the chance to rise to fifth following his retirement. Despite struggling with illness this weekend, Ian Lowry is now equal on points with Walker in seventh.

by Ollie Barstow



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BSBFan - Unregistered

August 09, 2009 2:58 PM

Well done Leon, another great race for you, and your best start in a race for ages, if you keep that up, you won't have to pass anyone for the rest of the season!!! Go on now and make it a "historic treble" and the most ever wins in one season in British Superbike's. Nearly 5 seconds ahead of a works WSBK, but i suppose there will be "negative comments" as usual, maybe some people don't like seeing man and machine working well together!!



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