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The Moriwaki Althea Honda Team is preparing for the Spanish round of the WorldSBK season, set to take place at the Jerez circuit this weekend. The squad will field former 250cc/Moto2 rider and current All Japan Road Race JSB1000 rider Yuki Takahashi alongside Ryuichi Kiyonari, since Leon Camier is still… read more.
Leon Camier will sit out round six of the WSBK championship set to take place at the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto (Spain) on 7-9 June. Although Leon’s recuperation is going well and he feels less pain and more movement in his injured left shoulder each day, he still requires a… read more.
Following a blameless collision with another rider during the Superpole qualifying session at the Italian WSBK round in Imola, which left him with damage to his left shoulder ligaments and unfit to race that weekend, Leon Camier will also miss the two-day test set to take place at Misano (Italy)… read more.
After snow in Assen forced Race Direction to reschedule the Dutch race program, cancelling the Superpole race, today the rain in Imola caused Race 2 to be delayed and ultimately cancelled, along with the rest of the day’s racing activities, due to the track conditions. Ryuichi Kiyonari, sixteenth in the… read more.
Moriwaki Althea Honda’s Ryuichi Kiyonari scored a fourteenth-place finish in Race 1 at Imola today, a result that left him less than satisfied considering that he had felt quite comfortable on his bike during the morning’s FP3 and qualifying session. Always looking on the bright side, Ryuichi is already focusing… read more.
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Moriwaki Althea Honda’s Leon Camier and Ryuichi Kiyonari took advantage of the mild temperatures and sunny conditions which blessed the opening day of the Italian WorldSBK round, the riders and technicians alike working hard to adapt the setup of the bikes to the technical and challenging Imola racetrack. By the… read more.
The Moriwaki Althea Honda Team is back in action next weekend, the “Enzo and Dino Ferrari” Circuit in Imola playing host to the WorldSBK season’s fifth round. It will be something of a home race for the squad with the Althea headquarters located just north of Rome, around three-hundreds kilometers… read more.
A completely dry, albeit still fairly cold day at Assen allowed the WorldSBK riders to stick to the revised Sunday race schedule which saw Race 1 kicking off at 11am, in place of the Superpole Race, and Race 2 at 2pm. Leon Camier scored an eleventh-place finish in Race1 before… read more.
Though the weather forecast was not encouraging, there was no real sign this morning of the eventful day the World Superbike field would ultimately be in for at Assen, the day having begun with clear, blue skies, albeit combined with freezing temperatures. But Assen is Assen and the weather often… read more.