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
If you didn't catch the hint in Leon Camier's interview with us (for our A&R Pro subscribers), the British rider has switched teams for the 2018 World
Honda Motor Europe and the Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team are pleased to announce the signing of Leon Camier, who will join the squad for the 2018 FIM Superbike World Championship. The 31-year-old from Ashford, Kent, United
Assembled piece by piece, with the same meticulous attention to detail that is seen in Leon Camier's F4 Reparto Corse race bike.
Produced in a limited series, as is becoming of such a truly exclusive bike,
Leon Camier had looked set to finally break the Italian manufacturer's WorldSBK duck and deliver their first ever podium. The Englishman
Meanwhile, rumors that Lewis Hamilton would wild card alongside Leon Camier at the next WorldSBK round appear to be unfounded, though profoundly intriguing to consider.
As the name implies
beautiful four-pipe undertail exhaust that Massimo Tamburini made famous, and replaces it with a single canister, a nod to Leon Camier's current WorldSBK-spec racing machine.
The suspension has also be overhauled, with Öhlins NIX 30 TiN-coated forks at
Leon Camier scored a brace of top six finishes at the weekend, and looked completely at home on his bike. In the
Leon Camier secured a fifth and fourth for MV Agusta last year at the Lausitzring. The fourth place is the best result