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For the third year in a row Jordan Szoke scored the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship victory at Autodrome St-Eustache on Sunday and became the first racer to claim four national Superbike wins at the venue.
Jordan Szoke will make his bid for a record fourth national Superbike win at Autodrome St-Eustache from pole position after setting the fastest time in Magneti Marelli SuperPole qualifying for the second round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship on Saturday.
What a difference a year makes.
In the off-season following the 2011 Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship, Keene, Ont.’s Jodi Christie thought it might be time to pack things in. Despite winning the Pro Sport Bike national title, it was uncertain that he would be able to raise the money to defend his crown.
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.
Jordan Szoke edged a step closer to a record eighth national Superbike title
By claiming pole position for this weekend’s fourth round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant on Saturday, the Brantford, Ont. racer took his Waznie Racing / Parts Canada / BMW Motorrad Canada BMW S1000RR around the 4.26km (2.65-mile), 15-turn track in one minute, 40.495 seconds (152.535km/h) during Pirelli SuperPole qualifying to stretch his lead by another point in the standings heading into Sunday’s 16-lap race.
Tickets are $25 for Saturday and $35 for Sunday,
The Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship will have a strange look when the 2012 season opens at Shannonville Motorsport Park this weekend
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.
Inside Motorcycles will once again be producing the official souvenir program for the 2012 MOPAR Canadian Superbike Championship.
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.