Motorsports » Camier keen to finish what he started


Around a circuit where Suzuki still holds the lap record, Leon Camier is hoping everything falls in place for a renewed podium challenge at Silverstone this weekend.

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TalentFan

July 31, 2013 5:57 PM

Good luck to Leon. A fast guy who's never quite had the luck ride with him in WSBK. I think he has the ability and the pace, it just needs to all come together for him.

At least Crescent will be giving Leon the best they can give him (unlike it seems Aprilia did who kow-towed to Max and Camier was a very No2 No2 in that set-up).

If the Suzuki can be set-up and the motors can give him enough, then i think Leon can surprise the front-runners so far and put Crescent on the podium.

With Dorna involved this might well be the last, best year for WSBK and its racers, so enjoy the 2013 season while you can folks!

reinmacre

July 31, 2013 11:49 PM

Have you ever seen how much bigger his guy is compared to most of the jockeys in the sport. I'd like to see him win or at least podium. Camier has the talent, just needs some results. I'd also like to see Suzuki competitive. Great looking bike. Best of luck!

onyabike

August 01, 2013 10:21 AM

Ive been saying for years i think this guy has so much natural talent and ability its unreal. But he has let him self down alot with his qaulifying and silly crashes

he just needs it all to click and he could be the real deal. i honestly still think this guy could really progress

hopefully he will have a good end to the season on suzuki and smash it next year then he could be one of the suzuki moto gp riders!? along with a proven team mate! who knows!

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