Fixi Crescent Suzuki's Leon Camier can't wait to experience the thrill of riding in front of his home fans at Donington Park.

The British rider has been training hard to regain full fitness after suffering a knee injury and is hopeful he will be able to push to the maximum at the fifth round of the World Superbike Championship this weekend, which represents a homecoming for the team, with title sponsors Fixi based in London and Crescent's HQ located in southern England.

"I am really looking forward to Donington Park, it's great to race at home and I'm sure we'll have a big crowd there to cheer us on," said Camier.

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"I have been working hard to get fully fit and now hope my injuries allow me to push to 100% and get the FIXI Crescent Suzuki up to where we need to be.

"The GSX-R's engine performance has improved massively, we now need to focus on getting out of the slow corners cleanly and putting the power to the ground," he added.

"Donington is one of those tracks where outright speed is not a necessity, so that should be an advantage to us."