Camier satisfied after 'tough weekend'

The Aprilia Alitalia signals satisfaction with his results at Misano after a 'tough weekend'.
While much of the World Superbike attention has been trained on those at the top of the standings, the tussle for the remaining positions inside the top ten continues to brew.

Just 42 points covers Jonathan Rea in fourth position down to Sylvain Guintoli in 11th, with the likes of Leon Camier caught in ninth, just 38 points adrift himself.

Notching up a solid double finish at Misano with a run to sixth and 11th from 14th on the grid, Camier was pleased with his performance on what he described as a 'tough weekend'.

“I'm happy with the first race as it's been a tough weekend with everything seeming to go wrong. To get up to sixth from 14th round here after the issues we've had is pretty good and my lap times were also good.

“I did what I could in the second race but a problem with the clutch meant I just had to finish and settle with the points.”

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June 29, 2010 11:08 PM

I thought he's been putting in some good perfomances - couple of podiums. A few silly crashes pushing too hard have left him further back in the points than he should be. His race pace is good & he's not afraid of mixing it up. Qualifying need a little work, but he's never been to most of these tracks & Biaggi's data from last year would be useless for him. Hopefully Aprilia will keep him next year, because with circuit experience & data he'll be running near the front all year.

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June 29, 2010 6:13 PM

When Toseland and Bayliss won it was because of their natural talents. Biaggi wins a few races and it's the bike. One could then argue well why is it always Biaggi's bike ? Well, the retorts are that if Camier beats him he'll have a hissy fit and/or that Biaggi's bike has the special parts and he wont let Camier get any and/or they built the bike for Biaggi's riding preferences and it doesn't suit Camier. Ultimately, for the guys that dislike Biaggi, Apillia's success will never be due to his input. Strnage, Biaggi on a new bike won in the first season and is leading the standings in the 2nd, meantime Corser and Xaus ...

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