Leon Camier

Prior to that, most of the tall Englishman’s experience had come in British racing, beginning with Grasstrack and progressing to a spec road race series, then various classes in the British National Championship (Entering the 2019 season, Camier had nine podium finishes in World Superbike, as well as one fastest race lap). A new father of a young son named Kai, Camier resides in Andorra.

  • 2019: Joins Moriwaki-Althea Honda Racing
  • 2018: 12th overall in World Superbike for Red Bull Honda, despite missing six races due to injury.
  • 2017: 8th overall in World Superbike for MV Agusta
  • 2016: 8th overall in World Superbike for MV Agusta
  • 2015: 13th overall in World Superbike for MV Agusta
  • 2014: 16th overall in World Superbike despite a midseason team change from BMW to MV Agusta. Also enters four MotoGP rounds for Aspar Honda as a fill-in rider for the injured Nicky Hayden
  • 2013: 11th overall in World Superbike for Crescent Suzuki, with one podium finish
  • 2012: 14th overall in World Superbike for Crescent Suzuki, with one podium finish
  • 2011: 7th overall in World Superbike for Aprilia, with four podium finishes
  • 2010: 12th overall in World Superbike for Aprilia, with three podium finishes
  • 2009: British Superbike Champion with GSE Yamaha, setting record for most wins in a single season. Also enters three World Superbike rounds with Aprilia, posting top-10 finishes in three of the six the races
  • 2008: 5th overall in British Superbike series for GSE Ducati, with 3 race wins
  • 2007: In rookie British Superbike season, finishes 8th overall for Bike Animal Honda, with three podiums. Also competes in Suzuka 8 Hours, finishing fifth
  • 2006: 4th overall in British Supersport for Honda. Also dabbles in World Supersport and competes in the Suzuka 8 Hours
  • 2005: British Supersport Champion for Honda. Also races the Suzuka 8 Hours at just age 18, finishing 15th
  • 2004: 6th overall in British Supersport for Honda
  • 2003: Riding Honda motorcycles, makes appearances in British Supersport and 125cc Grand Prix
  • 2002: 3rd overall in British 125cc Road Race Championship. Also makes an appearance in 125cc Grand Prix
  • 2001: British 125cc Road Racing Champion
  • 2000: 12th overall in British 125cc Road Race Championship
  • 1999: 3rd overall in British Aprilia Challenge
  • 1998: British Junior 80cc Road Racing Champion
  • 1997: British Junior 100cc Grasstrack Champion
  • 1996: British Junior 100cc Grasstrack Champion
  • 1995: British Junior 100cc Grasstrack Champion
  • 1994: British Junior 60cc Grasstrack Champion
  • 1993: British Junior 60cc Grasstrack Champion, at age 6
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