WSBK » ‘Wrong tyre choice’ hampers Camier

Fixi Crescent Suzuki's Leon Camier rues a frustrating day at Phillip Island, but is satisfied his pace is better than his results on paper.

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aeaventures - Unregistered

February 25, 2013 10:40 AM

Hmmn, hard to see how bad starts and a poor tyre choice are connected Leon, lets face it you need to make a start then work it out from there, Where is the fella who just slaughtered everybody at BSB level, I want this for him nearly as much as he wants himsel, your in my fantasy league fer'chrissakes!!
c'mon camier!!

m78 - Unregistered

February 25, 2013 3:20 PM

Paul denning is too easily pleased,this optimism and complacency is why the motogp project never amounted to much,you've got to be ruthless in management to get results

Sillius Soddus - Unregistered

February 25, 2013 5:00 PM

Poor tyre choice or - shock horror who would belive it (except we've seen it too many times before) inconsistent tyre quality - would account for the race 1 failure and his good (tho too late to make a difference) times in race 2.

I expected more from Leon C's results but I'm not blaming him for this & still expect to see him on the podium a few times this season.

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