Round 1 of the British Superbike Championship

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The first round of the British Superbike Championship, held at Donington Park, was set to be a challenge from the off due to the adverse weather conditions predicted throughout the weekend. As a result, Cameron and the team encountered difficult weather from the start of the weekend having a very wet FP1 finishing in 11th place and a damp FP2 finishing 22nd. The following day saw a very cold qualifying with Cameron ending the session in a solid 15th position ready for the race. As a result of the poor conditions expected on Monday the Superstock 600 race was moved to 6pm on Sunday with conditions being dry but still very cold. The race started well with Cameron battling for a top 10 position in the opening laps, however, with brake issues throughout the race he felt he could not maintain his pace and slowley started to drop positions finishing in a solid 16th position. “From the opening round I feel like I have learnt a lot about the bike as well as gaining more experience in tough conditions, it was also good fun battling with the other guys in the class and I know from the race I can run a good pace. Therefore it has been a positive weekend that I can take into the next round at Brands Hatch!”.