Adverse track conditions led to the cancellation of the final WorldSBK race of 2018, Camier and Gagne finishing the championship in 12th and 17th respectively.
The final day of the 2018 World Superbike season started in dramatic fashion as a huge sand and rain storm hit the Losail International Circuit, delaying track activity. Warm Up was used by riders to assess track conditions as the circuit continued to dry.
Unfortunately conditions did not improve significantly afterwards and it was decided Race 2 would be cancelled. Jake Gagne, set to start from a career best sixth, and Leon Camier were both disappointed at being unable to put on one last race but agreed with the decision.
Now the 2018 World Superbike season comes to a close. After 13 rounds Leon Camier finishes in 12th place with 108 points. Jake Gagne completes his rookie season in 17th thanks to his haul of 64 points and a strong end to the season.