The Canadian Superbike roadracing series heads to Grand Bend Motorplex this weekend, for the first time in the series’ history.
The Grand Bend visit was announced back in December, and could prove to be one of the more interesting races of the year. Some of the CSBK pros haven’t visited there before, although perennial champ (and current standings leader) Jordan Szoke paid a visit there this spring to test. Flat track champion Doug Lawrence (who’s running in the Pro Superbike class this year) also tested there; no doubt he’s looking to improve over his opening round results.
Tech inspection runs today, along with some 15-minute track sessions in the afternoon. Practice starts tomorrow, and practice and qualifying sessions will run Saturday. There’s also a Ninja 300 race Saturday, a Heavy and Middleweight Vintage race, and a RACE Lighweight Production Regional event.
Sunday sees another RACE Lightweight Production Regional race in the morning, and at 1 PM the CSBK program kicks off, starting with the Pro Sport Bike race. Head to CSBK’s website for a complete program, or directions to the track. Find tickets online at the Grand Bend Motorplex site.