In 2011, Cameron moved up to AMA Pro Daytona SportBike on the #116 YZF-R6 where he earned six top-five finishes in 13 starts and finished the season sixth overall in the championship standings. His best race of the season was a second place at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Cameronís impressive results caught the eyes of Yamaha Racing chiefs. Soon after the season Cameron was recruited to join the Yamaha Extended Service Graves Yamaha team and will ride a Yamaha R6 in the DSB class for 2012.
In 2010, Cameron won two races in SuperSport, one being his very first race on a 600 at Daytona and the other at Infineon. He was in championship contention, but unfortunately had an injury toward the end of the season.
In 2009, Cameron rode for Red Bull KTM in the GP125 World Championship.
In 2008, he was a member of the Red Bull MotoGP Academy; and he competed in the Spanish GP125 Championship.
Cameronís dad raced motocross and, as a result, so did Cameron. He soon got hooked on Supermoto, and started winning championships, which then led him to 125cc road racers.
Like many riders of his generation, Cameronís very first motorcycle was a Yamaha PW50, the diminutive playbike credited with launching the racing careers of racing champions the world over.