Leon Camier and Ryuichi Kiyonari both concluded their Spanish weekend today at Aragón inside the points zone, finishing in 13th and 14th place respectively in Race 2. The same can’t be said for the day’s earlier Superpole race where they finished in slightly better positions, 12th and 13th, but outside… read more.
The first race making up the Spanish weekend of Aragón saw a determined Leon Camier push hard to finish just outside the top ten, in eleventh position. Although not a result that can truly satisfy the Brit and the Moriwaki Althea Honda Team, it nevertheless marks a step forward in… read more.
On a day of rather cold temperatures and with very light rain falling at various points during the afternoon’s session, Leon Camier was back aboard his CBR1000RR after being declared fit to race by the Medical Centre yesterday afternoon. Conditions were not ideal for team-mate Ryuichi Kiyonari either, facing the… read more.
Leon Camier and Ryuichi Kiyonari are preparing for the first European round of the 2019 Superbike World Championship, which will be held next Friday – Sunday in Spain, at the Motorland Aragón Circuit in the municipality of Alcañiz. It will be a double challenge for the Moriwaki Althea Honda Team… read more.
Following a blameless collision with Thai rider Thitipong Warokorn during the Superpole race at Buriram (Thailand) on Sunday 17 March, Leon Camier injured his right knee and was therefore declared unfit to ride in Race 2 later that same day. Back in Europe, the Moriwaki Althea Honda rider has undergone… read more.
Ryuichi Kiyonari scored a twelfth-place finish in Race 2 at Buriram today after a DNF in the Superpole race. The Japanese rider was satisfied to have finished the race inside the points zone, but he’s looking forward to taking another step forward in terms of both his riding style and… read more.
The first of two race days at Buriram concludes with a thirteenth-place finish for Leon Camier and a DNF for team-mate Ryuichi Kiyonari. The British Moriwaki Althea Honda Team rider got away well from twelfth on the grid in Race 1, but he slipped back to fourteenth through the opening… read more.
The fact that the heat would set riders and teams an additional challenge in Thailand was to be expected, and so it was as the Superbikes took to the Buriram track for the second round of the world championship. An air temperature of 36°C and a track temperature of 56°C… read more.