The Englishman is still suffering the after-effects of the accident at Istanbul just four weeks ago that left him hospitalised and needing surgery on seven broken bones in his right foot. Camier used a qualifying tyre in his Suzuki GSX-R in Superpole two and repeated his performance from the first session to record sixth.
The final part of Superpole for 2013 saw the Suzuki-man push as hard as he could on race-tyres to get a good grid position and he was pleased to secure a place at the front of the third row with seventh position. He will now be looking to be in the lead pack from the start of tomorrow’s races and plans to end the season with a flourish.
“I am really pleased with the result, especially considering that I haven’t ridden the bike properly since Germany and had two massive crashes in that time. I have got my confidence back up and the bike was starting to feel more natural and I enjoyed that,” said Camier.
“We used the qualifying tyre in Superpole 1 and we didn’t really need to, in hindsight we could have saved it till the last session and then I think we could have been further up the grid – at least the next row.
“All in all, considering everything that has happened I am pretty happy with today. I really want to thank the whole team for keeping me calm and letting me build my confidence, rather than asking for more and creating other problems. The whole situation has been dealt with really well and I thank them for that.”
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