WSBK » Camier confirms he will miss Imola


Camier hasn't yet ruled himself out of the final event in France, despite its proximity to the Imola round.

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Don-R

September 21, 2010 10:35 AM

Yep, no-brainer really, you don't rush back after a scaphoid break. Fortunate for him that he'd already done enough to secure his place for next year.

The Italian press are reporting that Haga is also looking likely to be aboard an Aprilia next year in the DFX-Borciani team. He must have taken a pretty big wage cut!

Boo - Unregistered

September 21, 2010 11:10 AM

No, Don-R is right - rumour is that DFX and Borciani are looking to link up for next year, although I heard it would still be Ducati rather than Aprilia.

Not sure where it leaves Guandalini if they lose Smrz and Borciani money.

Rumour is just that though - Haga has been linked to pretty much every seat going.

Cubikrube

September 21, 2010 12:03 PM

Yeah in terms of Nori, we've had Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and now a privateer Aprilia.

Yamaha is out and i'd be surprised if Nori went on a sattelite bike. Still think it will be either Suzuki or Kawasaki tbh.

Hope Leon is able to get back on the bike before seasons end but these scaphoid things seem to take time so better to recover properly rather than rush in to coming back too quickly

baitman - Unregistered

September 21, 2010 12:08 PM

Yes it is good to see that Aprilia are keen to look after Leon. It shows they are anticipating more from him next year.

How big does he look on that bike?

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