In 2013, Cameron had an absolutely dominant season in Daytona SportBike. He won 12 of the 13 races - including the Daytona 200 - and finished second in the only race he didn’t win. Cameron had a season sweep in qualifying, earning all eight DSB pole positions, and he also won the coveted Rolex Daytona Cosmograph wristwatch for earning the pole for the Daytona 200. In addition, he broke the lap record at six racetracks in a row - including twice in one season at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. In 2012, despite a season of literal ups and downs that led to three injury-involving incidents - two away from the track and one in competition - Cameron won seven DSB races. He also earned his fi rst career DSB pole, his first career DSB win, and his fi rst-ever double win all in the same race weekend at Barber Motorsports Park. In 2011, Cameron moved up to the Daytona SportBike class on his Yamaha R6 where he earned six top-fi ve fi nishes in 13 starts and fi nished the season sixth overall in the championship standings. His impressive results caught the eyes of Yamaha Racing chiefs and, soon after the season ended, he was recruited to join the Yamaha Extended Service/Graves/Yamaha team. In 2010, Cameron won two races in SuperSport, one being his very first race on a 600 at Daytona, and the other at Infineon. In 2009, he rode for Red Bull KTM in the 125cc Grand Prix World Championship. In 2008, he was a member of the Red Bull MotoGP Academy, and he also competed in the Spanish GP125 Championship.
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