Fixi Suzuki's Leon Camier and crew chief Frankie Carchedi have a couple of ideas up their collective sleeves for chassis setup tweaks at this weekend's Motorland Aragon World Superbike round.
The former BSB champion spent much of testing at the Spanish working on electronics and start procedure but the Andorran resident also needs to make some adjustments to mechanical grip.
“I’m really looking forward to getting back to racing - it feels like a long time since we were last competing on-track. I think it will be a difficult weekend because everyone will be trying so hard, so we’ll have to see what happens," said Camier.
"We made some progress in testing at Aragon last week, not really with lap-time, but with the starting procedure and the electronics on the bike. We have some work to do on the chassis settings throughout the weekend, as we have a couple of little ideas that we want to work on that should make things a lot better with the overall package.”