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Camier fastest on day one of Aragon WSBK test

Fixi Suzuki's Leon Camier set the pace during day one of World Superbike testing at a cold Motorland Aragon yesterday, going four-tenths faster than championship runner-up Tom Sykes.

The Andorran resident lapped in 1'58.2 which mirrors Marco Melandri's lap record set there earlier in the year, with Sykes on a 1'58.6. The not-retiring-yet Max Biaggi was third with Carlos Checa on the new Ducati Panigale fourth and eight-tenths off the pace.

Michel Fabrizio has turned up with an Aprilia and he has also been joined by team test rider and TV pundit Alex Hofmann, who was a little over two seconds off the pace and proving he can still ride a bit.


Motorland Aragon times day one - conditions dry

1 Leon Camier Fixi Suzuki 1'58.2 (42 laps)

2 Tom Sykes Kawasaki 1'58.6 (45)

3 Max Biaggi Aprilia 1'58.7 (20)

4 Carlos Checa Althea Ducati 1'59.0 (50)

5 Michel Fabrizio Aprilia 1'59.3 (50)

6 Eugene Laverty Aprilia 1'59.4 (70)

7 Loris Baz Kawasaki 1'59.6 (50)

8 Alex Hofmann Aprilia 2'00.4 (35)


9 Josh Waters Fixi Suzuki 2'00.5 (63)

10 Davide Giugliano Althea Ducati 2'00.7 (32)

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