Reigning British Superbike Champion Leon Camier will start tomorrow’s two World Superbike races at Brno from 13th on the grid after a tough Superpole.
The 23-year old rookie from Kent continued his steep learning curve around the difficult Czech circuit. Making it through to Superpole 2, the Alitalia Aprilia rider produced a best time of 1’59.841 to see him lead the fourth row on tomorrow’s grid.
After qualifying Leon commented “We’ve been making our way through a lot of issues with the overall package; it’s not doing what we need it to do. We’ve tried lots of different things to see what we can improve, but nothing has quite clicked into place yet. It’s just something we need to deal with and keep working at. Our race pace is ok so I know that if I can get a good start, I can get up there and starting trying to fight my way through. It’s going to be tough, but I’ll do what I can.”