WSBK » Camier: I need a good Superpole!

Leon Camier is hoping the British round of the World Superbike Championship will signal a turnaround in his qualifying fortunes.

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Buzz Beurling - Unregistered

August 02, 2012 1:05 PM

I think the point has to be made....that firstly..there are no Yamaha's running...odds are they wouldn't be far off the pace of the front if there were...Swan Yamaha are doing plenty well in BSB...

The blade has always been a little down on power but made up for it in the chassis department..the newest blade is hardly a new bike more of an evolution of what has gone before..
Unlike the Kawasaki and the BMW for example which are designed as race bikes from the ground up, the modern GSXR 1000 makes no apolgies for being a road bike first ahead of a race bike...i think for them to challenge at the pinnacle again they would have to bring out a new machine with this in mind..but that goes against their more road biased ethos with this machine..i'm curious to see what comes out...a new k5/6 like bike would seem to be just what is needed right now!

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