WSBK » Camier re-signs with FIXI Crescent Suzuki

Leon Camier will enter his fourth season of World Superbike Championship racing after agreeing a new deal with FIXI Crescent Suzuki for 2013.

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Boo - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 12:33 PM

@Zack - You cared enough to spend precious seconds reading the headline, clicking the link AND commenting...

Nice to see Suzuki staying on the grid, well done FIXI for investing in the team. Hopefully Camier can continue moving back up the field, though he does need to sort his qualifying (and his starts) out!

rob w - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 1:35 PM

Does big Jack getting the boot and Denning coming back mean greater Suzuki involvement?

Shamefull way to treat JV but I hope this doers mean greater support

herewego - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 2:57 PM

Leon Camier is a blooming good rider and on the right bike would up constantly up at the front. Remember how he dominated B.S.B?? Hopefully Suzuki can give Leon a better chance of winning races next year as he deserves it!

Wesley - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 6:26 PM

Still a real pity that John Hopkins has been doing so poorly this season. I know the bike was underpowered most of the season, but Camier has been a lot quicker all season.

I thought that Hopper's wrist and general health were really good?

It would be cool to see him on a fast bike and be able to prove himself properly. Maybe on Chaz's Aprilia...

Plenty of guys that did much worse than him have gone on to get a new ride and prosper (and lots of other poor riders just get good rides no matter what). Checa is an example, he was rubbish on the Ten Kate Honda and then he became champ on a Ducati.

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