MotoGP » Leon Camier steps in for healing Hayden


Leon Camier called up to replace injured Nicky Hayden at Indianapolis and Brno MotoGP rounds

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Vilas46

July 24, 2014 6:52 PM
Last Edited 53 days ago

lolol.. One thingh is 4sure i dunno who is the Dude that find this places for Camier go, but everytime one rider is Injure, HELLO here Is Camier to save the day..lol

aprilia

July 24, 2014 7:52 PM

A great opportunity for Leon. He has great talent and is clearly a very versatile rider, and having two races to show his talent surely takes some pressure off and he can instead concentrate on finishing the first race without the need to have a headline grabbing result trying to beat the regular Open Honda riders. I believe he can get beat the likes of Abraham, the PBM's, Avintia bikes, Edwards and I'm sure would take great pride beating the Ioda bike. If he can stay with Redding & Aoyama then mission accomplished, maybe even sneak a result ahead of Hiro'

tieyana

July 24, 2014 7:52 PM
Last Edited 52 days ago

I really hope Camier shows something over these two races. All he has to do is beat Scott Redding and Aoyama, and he has made a name for himself. A tough task, but great if Camier can find regular place in Motogp.Leon Camier on the LCR next year, now that would be exciting.

TrueFan

July 24, 2014 8:11 PM

This guy was a top rider as a junior, but he fell victim to something that is normally a good thing - he grew tall! He must be over six foot tall, and probably at the heavy end of motorcycle racers.

It will be interesting to see how he goes against Redding - who is also big for a racer. Leon is very talented, so hopefully, it will go well.

Tomco

July 24, 2014 8:14 PM

Just hope he makes the most of this. Always been impressed by Leon but hes often come in late and crashed out. Big chance here for him and got my fingers crossed that he does the job.

TomS

July 24, 2014 8:32 PM

Couldn't have worked out better for him this year, this chance is much better than if he'd ended up with Ioda.

Hope he impresses.... Looking forward to it. He should really go for it, Jonny Rea didn't really make the most when he had his chance.

tieyana

July 24, 2014 8:50 PM

ProfessorX: I have to think hes going to net more value out of this year, than any one of his years at Aprilia.


Camier has had a couple of tenth places this year. I know he's on infieror machinery, but how does that net more value. I hope he goes well i Motogp, but he hasn't done anything yet.

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