Results tagged “Leon Camier” from Sunday Sun Blog
CARLOS Checa was back to his best as he took the win in the second World Superbike Championship race at Assen.
The championship leader extended his points tally after beating reigning champ Max Biaggi across the line at the end of the 22-lap race.
Third man home was Race One winner Jonathan Rea, closely follwed by Biaggi's Alitalia team-mate Leon Camier.
World Superbike Championship Silverstone, Race Two. By Zoe Burn and Mic Archbold.
CAL Crutchlow took the double in style as he led five Brits across the line to victory.
The Yamaha Sterilgarda rider took the lead three laps from the end and instantly edged out an untouchable lead as he showboated his way home to his second win of the day.
Once again it was HANNSpree Ten Kate rider Jonathan Rea who crossed the line second, but this time it was Alitalia Aprilia's Leon Camier who took a solid third - after starting from 16th on the grid.
MAX Biaggi powered to his second double of the year in the second World Superbike race at Monza, slashing Leon Haslam's championship lead to just three points.
The Roman Emperor rode another inch-perfect race, and was left with a clear lead to the finish line after an unlucky Cal Crutchlow saw his Yamaha Sterilgarda go up in smoke five laps from the end.
Haslam crossed the line second, just ahead of Troy Corser who gave the BMW Motorrad Motorsport team their first WSB podium.
JONATHAN Rea doubled up with his second victory of the day in Race Two at Assen, once again leading a trio of Brits onto the podium.
The HANNSpree Ten Kate Honda rider emerged victorious from a hard-fought 21-Lap battle royale, which at one point looked as if it could be won by any one of six riders.
Second man home was championship leader Leon Haslam, with James Toseland scoring his second podium of the day in third.
JONATHAN Rea led a Brit one-two-three over the line in today's opening World Superbike race at Assen.
The Ulsterman took the win ahead of two-times champion James Toseland, while reigning British Superbike champ Leon Camier crossed the line third to grab his first WSBk podium.
In a race which saw no rider make a clear break up at the front, it was the BMW Motorrad Motorsport machine of Troy Corser which made the best start, sneaking into the lead at the first corner with Camier's Alitalia Aprilia slotting in neatly behind him.