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In perfectly sunny conditions on this opening day of the WorldSBK US Round, Ryuichi Kiyonari headed out to ride the 3610 metres of the legendary WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca track for the first time ever. The Japanese rider enjoyed the challenging Californian track and spent the two free practice sessions… read more.
Leon Camier has had successful surgery on his left shoulder, the operation carried out earlier today at the Arm Clinic in Wilmslow, UK. The decision was taken to proceed with an operation despite the progress made so far in terms of the rider’s physiotherapy rehabilitation, which has allowed Camier to… read more.
After the racing action at Donington Park concluded, the Moriwaki Althea Honda Team packed up and flew to the US where round nine of the WorldSBK season is taking place this coming weekend at the legendary track of Laguna Seca in California. This will be Ryuichi Kiyonari’s first visit to… read more.
Ryuichi Kiyonari experienced a challenging race day today at Donington Park. During the Superpole sprint race the Japanese rider crashed out, together with other five riders, at the Melbourne Loop, when another bike left fluid on the track after suffering a technical problem. In the second Superbike race, Kiyonari could… read more.
Intermittent rain affected the second day of WorldSBK action at the Donington Park circuit, meaning that both the 11am Superpole qualifying session and the 2pm Race 1 were declared wet. After setting the sixth fastest lap time in FP3, Ryuichi Kiyonari qualified in thirteenth place on a damp track. As… read more.
The opening day of the WorldSBK UK round kicked off today with ideal, sunny conditions at Donington Park, where the first two free practice sessions of the weekend played out. Ryuichi Kiyonari spent the two sessions trying some different changes on his bike, setting the sixteenth fastest lap time in… read more.
Ryuichi Kiyonari will be the Moriwaki Althea Honda team’s sole flagbearer at the upcoming Prosecco DOC UK round of the Superbike world championship taking place at Donington Park this weekend. Team-mate Leon Camier will miss the next two rounds despite the good progress he has been making in terms of… read more.
Leon Camier will sit out both his home round, taking place this weekend at Donington Park, and the subsequent US round at Laguna Seca despite having continued to make good progress with his recovery in recent weeks. Camier’s comeback is essentially delayed by a lack of strength in his left… read more.