Motorcycle Racing News Camier Pilots Suzuki GSX-R1000: Onboard Footage

Camier Pilots Suzuki GSX-R1000: Onboard Footage

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World Superbike Onboard Footage Video

While testing at Motorland Aragon in Spain in October, the FIXI Crescent Suzuki World Superbike team recorded some high-speed laps of its GSX-R1000 with the Brit Leon Camier at the controls.

Speaking of the video attached above, FIXI Cresent says “Filmed entirely from the Yoshimura-powered Suzuki GSX-R1000, this amazing footage was recorded and edited by the team’s own Tom Wynn and shows what it’s like on a 220bhp+ Superbike at speeds of over 186 mph.”

Camier, who finished 14th overall in 2012 WSBK, enters his second year on the Suzuki in 2013 World SBK; in 2012, the team struggled keeping with the front running manufacturers (Aprilia, Kawasak, BMW), but are working hard at bringing the Gixxer up to par for 2013.

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