WSBK » Unexpected top five boost for ‘aggressive’ Camier


Leon Camier puts a difficult qualifying and first race behind him to claim a fine fifth place finish from 18th on the grid in race two.

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Flash - Unregistered

August 29, 2012 4:26 PM

Never was a fan of Camier!! Since i wach him crash after crash on the Factory Aprilia i was thinking.. WTF are this, one Champions that come from BSB, where they dont use electronics BLA BLA BLA... 4sure was expecting better!! Anyway great effort from him, h is much better riding the Suzuki i dunno if its for the less power or if is because he enjoys more the felings on the Japonese bike.. I go more for the 2 point i think he enjoy more this bike a shame Suzuki had to save money because of this crise.. and also because they will return to the master Championship.. Motogp, all hope all runs well until 2014... I really miss one serius Suzuki bike on the Grid him Motogp.. But with this Suzuki i think is noting wrong the bike had all the potencial but need more power and better electronics.. Chassi is good like all Suzukis

Locky - Unregistered

August 29, 2012 7:46 PM

Camier is a great rider, the Suzuki is only a fraction off the pace of the front guys, in WSB a fraction a lap will leave you in the dust. His ride on the Aprilia only proved that Max got the cream on a bike built around the Roman midget.
If Suzuki don't lose their bottle and continue to support and develop the WSB bike then the Fixi Team will certainly be among the serious contenders before too long.
Sadly money rules the sport so if Suzuki won't spend it then the results can't get better quicker.

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