Two dates have been changed from the provisional schedule that appeared late last year
Jordan Szoke comes into the doubleheader weekend with a solid 66-point lead in the battle for the Canada Cup
Jordan Szoke will attempt to become the first competitor in Canadian motorcycle road racing history to win eight premier class national championships when the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship wraps up its 2012 season at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park this weekend.
Szoke’s win gives him a commanding 66-point lead in the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship
Jordan Szoke claimed his third consecutive win in the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant on Sunday and in the process moved closer to clinching an unprecedented eighth national title.
Tickets are $25 for Saturday and $35 for Sunday,
“We were fast all weekend long and the bike was fantastic” -Szoke
“The bike is great; very consistent” -Szoke
Brantford, Ont.’s Jordan Szoke claimed his second straight pole position of the 2012 season during qualifying for round two of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at Autodrome St-Eustache on Saturday.
“I felt really comfortable and I think I could have gone quicker” – Szoke
Seven-time Canadian Superbike champion Jordan Szoke got the early jump on his bid for an eighth title by claiming pole position for the opening round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at Shannonville Motorsport Park on Saturday.
Szoke aims to take back Canadian Superbike title
For the first time since 2006 Jordan Szoke will not be wearing the number one plate on his motorcycle. After a record-breaking string of five straight national championships between 2006 and 2010, the Brantford, Ont. ace was beaten to the title by Brett McCormick last season. While McCormick has moved on to the World Superbike wars, Szoke will be looking to reclaim the top spot in Canadian motorcycle road racing this summer.
Grassroots Racing at its finest
The entertaining spec-bike Canadian Harley-Davidson® XR1200® Cup Series is back for 2012 as part of the Mopar CSBK National Championship.The upcoming racing season promises a touch of adrenalin and displays of racing artistry in the Canadian motorcycle racing landscape.
The 2011 winners of the Luminox Pole Award included Cody Matechuk, Darren James and Steve Crevier.
Frontline CSBK Inc., Canada’s premier road racing series organizer, is pleased to announce the return For the second consecutive year Tactical Products Canada are partnering with the MOPAR Canadian Superbike Championship series in providing the Luminox Pole Award for fast qualifier in the Harley-Davidson XR1200 Cup.
Inside Motorcycles will once again be producing the official souvenir program for the 2012 MOPAR Canadian Superbike Championship.
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