Camier leads in Scotland

By Louise Cain -

British Superbikes

 04 July 2009 15:12

Airwaves Yamaha’s Leon Camier once again headed the time sheets during free practice three at Knockhill in Scotland, ahead of round six of the ViSK British Superbike Championship.

The championship leader jumped into P1 with 25 minutes of the session left to run with a time of 49.277secs which no one else was able to challenge.

The session suffered two red flags, the first was caused by Josh Brookes crashing his HM Plant Honda at turn one. Gravel from the crash was spread across the track hence the need for a red flag. He was fine but his bike needed a lot of work so he sat the rest of the session out.

The second red flag came when John Laverty’s Buildbase Kawasaki’s engine let go dropping oil at turn one.

Camier said: “I’m very happy with that. I went out on an old tyre so I’m happy to get P1. I hope it stays dry for Superpole as we’ve not tested in the wet here.”

Free practice three results

1. Leon Camier  49.277
2. Karl Harris   49.295
3. Stuart Easton 49.336
4. Simon Andrews 49.345
5. Glen Richards 49.367
6. Josh Brookes 49.395
7. Julien Da Costa 49.395
8. Chris Walker  49.404
9. Michael Rutter 49.482
10. Gary Mason  49.581