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Leon Camier and Ryuichi Kiyonari concluded their race weekend at Magny Cours with a ninth and fourteenth place finish respectively in Race 2. The ten-lap Superpole sprint race proved more challenging, with Leon crossing the line sixteenth and Ryuichi twentieth. Both riders made changes to their bikes’ setup between the… read more.
Leon Camier recorded the eleventh fastest time during the opening day of the Pirelli French WorldSBK round on what was a wet Magny Cours track. The Brit placed eleventh in the day’s combined classification, which was based on results from the morning session, held on a damp track. During the… read more.
This weekend will see Leon Camier make his return to the racetrack alongside Ryuichi Kiyonari as they compete for the Moriwaki Althea Honda Team in the Pirelli French WorldSBK round at Magny Cours. Leon injured his left shoulder ligaments during the Superpole qualifying session at Imola (Italy)_ where he could… read more.
The Portuguese WorldSBK round has concluded with disappointing results for the Moriwaki Althea Honda Team riders who were unable to score points in either of the day’s two races. Despite this, the Portimao race weekend has generally been a constructive experience for Takumi Takahashi, while Ryuichi Kiyonari was ultimately able… read more.
Takumi Takahashi crossed the line in fifteenth place in today’s first Superbike race at the challenging Algarve International Circuit Portimao. It initially took the Japanese a little time to get into his rhythm but after a few laps, he began to steadily improve his pace before setting his personal fastest… read more.
A fairly hot and sunny day saw Moriwaki Althea Honda’s Takumi Takahashi and Ryuichi Kiyonari begin to prepare for tomorrow’s first race day making up the Portuguese WorldSBK weekend. The Japanese pair spent the day working on their bikes’ setup, trying to find a solution to suit the track’s low… read more.
The Superbike World Championship is set to get back into action with the final phase of the 2019 season, beginning with the Portuguese round that will take place at the Algarve International Circuit Portimao this coming weekend. With rider Leon Camier’s return planned for the French round at the end… read more.