Leon Camier ends up in 9° position the second race of MOTUL FIM WorldSBK Championship in Assen and he gets other 7 points in Championship Standing.
The unpredictable Dutch weather forced the race direction to declare wet race, with Camier starting from the 13° place in grid and ready to battle for the top 10 of the race.
As the asphalt begin to be almost dry, MV Agusta Reparto Corse decide for a quick pit-stop, in order to set the slick tyre on his bike, the best choice with this kind of mixed weather condition. With Camier finding a better feeling on his MV Agusta F4 RC machine, the 29-years old British rider can finally starts his comeback till the top 10 of the field, closing in 9th final position.
With the 4th placement on Race 1 yesterday – the best placement ever fo MV Agusta squad in WorldSBK – Leon will be on track again in two weeks, in Imola, the iconic Italian track, home race for the whole Schiranna based squad.
Leon Camier #2 – Really difficult conditions today. In the start I felt comfortable when the track was really wet, but when it started to be dry I started to loose performance; I struggled to get enough grip to keep corner speed and to accelerate. We changed with the slick tires and was a good decision, since I started to get in the rhythm in the dry, passing some riders. I am really happy for this and for our performance on the wet but we need to understand the problem in the middle, when is still wet but start drying.