Photo: Rob O’Brien/CSBK
The Canadian Superbike series is back to business this weekend, headed to Grand Bend for the second showdown of the season.
Although Jordan Szoke won Pro Superbike at the season opener in Shannonville, and Tomas Casas won Pro Sport Bike, neither of those riders has won at Grand Bend since the track was added to the lineup last year.
Practice starts this morning, shutting down at 4 PM. Then, we’ve got qualifying on Saturday, as well as the first race in the Lightweight Sport Bike doubleheader series. That comes in the afternoon, with the Pro Superbike Superpole qualifying event to follow. Then, on Sunday, there’s practice in the morning as well as Lightweight Sport Bike’s second race, with the rest of the racing starting at 1 PM. Pro Sport Bike leads off Sunday afternoon, followed by Amateur Sport Bike. Then there’s Pro Superbike, then Amateur Superbike, then the podiums.
For more details on the track, see here. For a full weekend schedule, see here. Remember, CMG’s managing editor Jacob Black is racing in Lightweight Sportbike, so you can come cheer him on. See you there!