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MotoGP Misano: Camier 'Clear plan for Misano'

“We have a very clear plan for Misano, we know which set-up direction we need to go in" - Leon Camier.
After a disappointing 16th in his home Silverstone MotoGP round, Aspar stand-in Leon Camier hopes a 'very clear plan' will see him back in the points at Misano this weekend.

The San Marino Grand Prix will be the Englishman's fourth appearance in place of the injured Nicky Hayden and potentially his last, with the American targeting a return to the Open class Honda at the following Aragon round.

“I rode at Misano for three years in World Superbikes and it is quite a strange track,” said Camier. “It is demanding, with some hard braking, some tight and slow corners, and we are going to have to work very hard to adapt the set-up of the bike.

“We struggled to get on the pace at Silverstone, maybe because we went the wrong way with the set-up at the start of the weekend and never managed to recover.

“We have a very clear plan for Misano, we know which direction we need to go in for me to continue learning about this category and this bike. I'll try to complete as many laps as I can and hopefully we can show our best on Sunday.”

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September 09, 2014 7:07 PM

i think bike dont suit so well to that circuit, but probably he can match to be the best of his league, ..., great to see Camier on fire, which bike next? hope find a good bike for next year, well deserve


September 10, 2014 12:50 AM

golfnut04: I agree with ProfessorX this slow excuse of a racing motorcycle had so many electrical issues with Hayden, Aoyama, Abraham,and even Camier, even electricity refuses to travel at the speed of light on this abomination.
Strangely, Scott Redding doesn't seem to have many problems. Only one DNF for him, when he crashed out of COTA.

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