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Simon Patterson  says:

Camier to finally make MotoGP debut replacing injured Hayden

Leon Camier will deputise for the injured Nicky Hayden at the next two rounds of the MotoGP championship, riding the Aspar Honda RCV1000 at Indianapolis and Brno. Hayden, who is sitting out the two rounds after undergoing further surgery to repair a damaged wrist, is well on the road to recovery, but the severity of the damage and consequent operation...

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shawno76

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shawno76 says:

Wow... a new thread.

Camier.. lovable little South of France dwelling, mountain biking nutter.  Could do OK.  Redding would be a sensible marker (Obvs).  Still expecting wonderous things from SR the 2nd half of the season on his underpowered RCV and footballer type interviews.... a bit Loose is Scott but I like that.  If those 2 are enjoying the experience banging brolly birds... swigging champers, travelling the world.... why not? Best of luck Camier.

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yomkippur

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yomkippur says:

No worries ...

... Camier will do his best, and that will be more than enough to convince Hayden to retire. 

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diceman23

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diceman23 says:

 this nolonger qualifies as news. It appears MCN do their reporting by reading week old chip wrappers

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diceman23

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diceman23 says:

 this nolonger qualifies as news. It appears MCN do their reporting by reading week old chip wrappers

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ratchetman

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ratchetman says:

Wish him well

 After all the bad luck Leon has had this season, Good luck to him because he is a class rider

 

 

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Onthemoney

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Onthemoney says:

Do you think Hayden will be back?

Who thinks Heyden may not make it back to MotoGP?

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mirloXXbob

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mirloXXbob says:

Hayden

will finish out this year after recovering from his surgery. He's a racer at heart so he'll try to do well but unless he does a lot better than I expect, I think this is his last year in MotoGP. WSB next year maybe?

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

Some reports

 are saying that thats it for Hayden. Camier could be in until the end of season along with De Angelis for CEII at Forward racing. Bye bye Yanks.

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red123

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red123 says:

Camier

 Got for it son your a class racer.

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mirloXXbob

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mirloXXbob says:

I hope

Hayden gets to at least finish out the season. It's a good opportunity for Camier and I hope he does well. I think we'll all miss having Americans in MotoGP, especially characters like Colin Edwards. I just don't see anyone coming up to replace them from the AMA series. However, one rider in the AMA series who should get a shot at either World Supersport or Moto2 is Martin Cardenas. He's Colombian, not a Norteamericano, and currently rides superbike for Yoshimura. He's won the AMA Daytona Sportbike (600) championship and is incredible, fearless on the smaller bikes. Also very intelligent. Speaks fluent English and Spanish, so he'd be great with the international media. Anyone managing a team in Europe, if you need a rider for next year, look at Martin.

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