The upcoming schedule is very similar to the 2012 campaign.
This weekend for the third round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship
Jordan Szoke takes his quest for an unprecedented eighth national Superbike title to historic Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie, N.S. this weekend for the third round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship. The rolling 2.56km (1.6-mile), 11-turn circuit has been a happy hunting ground for Szoke, who has five Superbike wins at the track, including a sweep of the doubleheader there in 2010.
The countdown is on to the debut of ‘Parts Canada Motorcycle Mania’ on radX Monday, November 7, at 8pm EST.
‘Parts Canada Motorcycle Mania’, sponsored by BMW Motorrad Canada and Deeley Harley Davidson, is a two and a half hour block of dedicated motorcycle racing coverage on radX each Monday night at 8pm EST. The two wheeled programming window includes High Definition of coverage of the Canadian Superbike Championship by Parts Canada and the second season of the award winning documentary series ‘Ultimate Superbike’.
The partnership begins with this weekend’s fifth round of the series at Atlantic Motorsport Park
The Competition Systems Kawasaki Race Team has announced that it will be using Renegade Racing Fuels to power the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10Rs of Jordan Szoke in the Canadian Superbike Championship by Parts Canada.
This weekend near Shubenacadie, N.S.
Good things have happened to Brett McCormick at Atlantic Motorsport Park and the leader of the Canadian Superbike Championship by Parts Canada will be hoping for more when the national motorcycle racing series visits the 2.56km (1.6-mile) track near Shubenacadie, N.S. this weekend.
Harley-Davidson in Canada, a class of its own!
Winds of change have hit the Canadian motorcycle racing world. Two brand new classes, namely the Amateur Superbike class and the much anticipated Harley-Davidson® XR 1200TM Cup, will have their debut in the upcoming 2011 racing season, which marks the 32nd anniversary of the National Superbike series.
It was the first national Pro victory of the 22-year-old rider’s career.
Alex Welsh and the Competition Systems Kawasaki Race Team enjoyed a successful conclusion to their 2010 race season with a win and a runner-up finish in the Pro Sport Bike class at the final round of the Parts Canada Superbike Championship at Atlantic Motorsport Park last weekend.
No other rider has ever accomplished the feat in the 30-year history of the national Superbike championship.
Jordan Szoke made Canadian motorcycle racing history at Atlantic Motorsport Park on Sunday as he won the final round of the Parts Canada Superbike Championship. The victory gave the Brantford, Ont. rider a perfect season of seven race wins from seven starts.
“The primary goal is to win the championship” -Szoke
Seven is the magic number for Brantford, Ont.’s Jordan Szoke as the 2010 Parts Canada Superbike Championship wraps up at Atlantic Motorsport Park this weekend. The 31-year-old rider is in position to lock up a record seventh Canadian Superbike crown at the 2.56km (1.6-mile) road course near Halifax.
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