Sport WSBK comeback is further delayed: Leon Camier is also absent from Portimao

15:55  30 august  2019
15:55  30 august  2019 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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WSBK-Comeback verzögert sich weiter: Leon Camier fehlt auch in Portimao © LAT Moriwaki Honda driver Leon Camier has to take a further break

Honda driver Leon Camier will not take part in the Superbike race weekend in Portimao (Portugal). After the Brit was unable to drive during the test at the Algarve International Circuit Portimao, he now had to cancel participation in the race weekend.

Takumi Takahashi takes over the Honda Fireblade from Camier, who last participated in a race in Assen. Since the fall in Imola, the former BSB champion has been struggling with his injured shoulder. He plans to return to Magny-Cours (France) in late September.

Takahashi already stepped in for Camier in Jerez (Spain) and Misano (Italy). His eighth place in the Misano rain is Honda's best result since returning to the Superbike World Championship at the factory.

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Superbike World Championship 2019 in Portimao: TV broadcasts & livestream .
© LAT After the summer break, the tenth WSBK weekend is on the program The Superbike World Championship will be guest this coming weekend in Portugal, where the tenth race weekend will take place from Friday . Fans can also follow the races in Portimao live this year via livestream or TV broadcast. The highly anticipated WSBK races on Saturday and Sunday will be shown in Germany and Austria on ServusTV and on Eurosport 2.

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