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'Bigger steps' to come at Assen for Camier

Fixi Suzuki Leon Camier is will progress the new-spec Yoshimura engine at this weekend's Assen World Superbike round and says that bigger steps in terms of setup and race performance are to come.

The 2009 British Superbike Champion placed third in the post-Imola test and has a history of fast pace around the Dutch circuit, coming close to the lap record last season.

“I'm definitely looking forward to Assen. It's a track I've always enjoyed riding and I've gone good there in the past. Last year I think I got the fastest lap and was only about a tenth off the lap record. It'll be interesting to see how we get on at Assen and how we shape up next to everyone," said Camier.


"At the test we had in Imola, after the last round, we made some progress for sure and made some steps towards where we need to be. Going third fastest was a real boost for everyone, but we know the real test is to see how we end up in the races come Sunday.

“We all know there’s a lot of work ahead, but the vibe amongst us is good and I'm sure the bigger steps will come. I just want to say thanks to all the Suzuki fans for sticking with us at the moment. The support has been fantastic, and trust us, we're pushing.”

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