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Leon Camier passed fit for practice at Assen

'Leon has over 80% movement in the knee after making an amazing recovery from the injury he sustained less than two weeks' ago' - team statement
Fixi Crescent Suzuki racer Leon Camier has been passed fit to ride in the third round of the World Superbike Championship at Assen.

Camier will take part in Friday morning's first practice session and the Dutch circuit and the Doctors at Clinica Mobile will assess the situation after the 45-minute practice.

A statement issued by the team said: “Leon has over 80% movement in the knee after making an amazing recovery from the injury he sustained less than two weeks' ago.

“Following a thorough fitness test today, at the track by Clinica Mobile, Camier was declared fit to ride in the first practice.

If he is unable to continue after the first session, his place on the FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R will be taken by Damian Cudlin.”



Tagged as: Assen , Leon Camier , Suzuki

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Slick Rick - Unregistered

April 26, 2013 5:48 AM

How can people not appreciate what these guys do!? Most people wouldn't take a shower with a cut like that this goin to ride a superbike at full speed ahead...all these guys are bad ass



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