Photo: Colin Fraser
The Canadian Superbike series continues this weekend with a visit to Quebec’s Autodrome St-Eustache.
This weekend will feature the usual Ninja 300 double-header, but the other series only race on Sunday; it isn’t a double-header. This is CSBK’s only visit to Quebec this year.
Practice sessions start today (Friday), and run into Saturday, with qualifying starting Saturday. Superpole runs Saturday afternoon, as well as a couple of races from the provincial series. The first Ninja 300 showdown is scheduled for 2 PM Saturday.
Sunday morning sees more practice sessions; the Amateur and Pro series kick off after lunch, with opening ceremonies beginning at 1:45 PM, followed immediately by the Pro Sport Bike race. Find more details of the weekend at CSBK’s website. Directions to the track are here.
Going into this weekend, Jordan Szoke leads the Pro Superbike standings, with 104 points. Bodhi Edie and Kenny Riedmann are tied for second, with 81 points, and Samuel Trepanier is third, with 55 points.