Cameron, who rides the #6 R6, made a remarkable comeback at Infineon Raceway, after fracturing his kneecap in a non-racing incident just five weeks prior to that event. His third-place finish in DSB Race 1 was a serious gut-check for the talented, 19-year-old rider. He gave it his all in the race, and left nothing in reserve. As a result, and out of respect for his fellow riders, Cameron and his team decided to sit out Infineon’s DSB Race 2. They’ve regrouped for Miller, however, so look for Cameron to be fully fit and contending for the win.