Mathematical models for self-propelled motions are often utilized for understanding the mechanism of collective motions observed in biological systems. Indeed, several patterns of collective motions of camphor disks have been reported in experimental systems. In this paper, we show the existence of asymmetrically rotating solutions of a two-camphor model and give necessary conditions for their existence and non-existence. The main theorem insists that the function describing the surface tension should have a concave part so that asymmetric motions of two camphor disks appear. Our result provides a clue for the dependence between the surfactant concentration and the surface tension in the mathematical model, which is difficult to be measured in experiments.