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
Leon Camier (Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team) continued the positive feelings with the Honda from the opening day of testing, stunning
American Jake Gagne and Brit Leon Camier (a former British Supersport and Superbike champ with extensive WSB experience) have far more humble palmares than the Hayden/Bradl
Corse World Superbike team has reached the limits of development for the current F4 package – which was a big reason Leon Camier left MV Agusta for Honda.
It looks like for WorldSBK the MV Agusta squad will be on the current F4
Gagne will join Leon Camier in the Red Bull Honda garage, and will also race against fellow American PJ Jacobsen, who will be on a
Gagne will be teamed with Leon Camier aboard Honda CBR1000RR SP2s on the factory-supported Red Bull squad after competing in the 2017 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship on
inside is World Superbike Champion Jonthan Rea's Kawasaki ZX10R, Chaz Davies's Ducati 1199RS, Jordi Tores' Althea BMW S1000RR, Leon Camier's MV Agusta F4, Niccolo Canepa's Cresent Yamaha R1, MotoGP World and National Supebike Champion Nicky Hayden's Ten
attention is also given on the show to the progress made by Pata Yamaha, the superior performance put in by Leon Camier and MV Agusta, and the championship battle that Ducati waged with Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri.
The episode is a
Torres will have big boots to fill at MV Agusta, as Leon Camier has impressed in recent seasons, putting the MV Agusta F4 RC into points positions no one thought possible
It has been over four years since Leon Camier last stood on the WorldSBK podium, but since Silverstone 2013 the Englishman has been able to do something remarkable; rebuild