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Donington Park World Superbike Preview – What to Expect in the United Kingdom and Van der Mark are the obvious options for a new winner in the class but don't sleep on Leon Camier. This trio of riders are all deserving of claiming their first SBK victories, and with almost 400 starts between them    

WorldSBK Imola Debrief – A Recap from Italy What Does Honda Have To Do To Catch a Break? At Imola, Leon Camier returned to action, but the extent of his Aragon injuries meant that he was far from fully fit, and after    

Imola World Superbike Preview – What to Expect in Italy Riders Returning from Injury The injuries sustained by Eugene Laverty and Leon Camier in recent rounds were significant, but it is very encouraging that both riders are looking to return this weekend   

Aragon World Superbike Preview – What to Expect in Spain The Fireblade has been rejuvenated over the winter, and Leon Camier has been able to fight in the leading group in both Australia and Thailand. For Round 3, the Red Bull    

Honda CBR1000RRW Debuts for Endurance Duty It is not all that different from the WorldSBK-spec model, the one that Leon Camier and Jake Gange are competing with currently (and that PJ Jacobsen is helping develop), save for some interesting changes. For   

WorldSBK Buriram Debrief – A Recap from Thailand In Buriram though, both outfits were able to contend at the front, and it's clear that after Leon Camier's performance on Saturday that the future is a lot brighter for Honda. The Red Bull Honda squad are still    

This Will Be the Last Year of the MV Agusta Superbike... It's basically Leon Camier's bike for the street, and it's a tribute to my dad, because that's the bike he did,"    

The MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Will Debut Later This Year Described to us as "like Leon Camier's bike, but without fairings", the new Brutale 1000 will be the first of three models using the Italian company'   

A New Hope for WorldSBK – A Season Preview" With both American riders racing on Honda machinery they will be leaning heavily on Leon Camier throughout the season. The Englishman has jumped ship to the Red Bull Honda team and will be entrusted with leading    

World Superbike 2018 Starts this Weekend Still stunning the field with his new team, Leon Camier (Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team) ended his day in the top eight and is just under a second behind