Fixi Crescent Suzuki team principal Paul Denning has confirmed Leon Camier will play no further part in the second round of the World Superbike Championship at Motorland Aragon after injuring his knee during Q1.
Camier suffered a high-side during the early stages of provisional qualifying, the Briton coming down heavily on his left knee. Later diagnosed as dislocated and wounded, Camier was taken to Alcaniz hospital where Denning confirmed he would require a splint to be placed on the leg for at least five days.
Camier's absence at Motorland Aragon is a bitter blow for both rider and team following his strong turn during pre-event testing and first free practice.
Jules Cluzel, who qualified for Superpole with the tenth fastest time – just behind the absent Camier – will be Fixi Crescent Suzuki's sole representative for the remainder of the weekend.