Next year’s Canadian Superbike schedule has been announced; it’s basically the same as last year’s, with the same tracks in the same order.
Canadian Superbike champion still stands to earn a nice cheque if he keeps in second place.
If he wins the competition, Szoke stands to collect a 15,000 Euro prize for first place.
It was a tight one at Canadian Superbike, with the top five passing the flag within one second.
The Canadian Superbike double-header at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park will feature two races in the new Lightweight class.
Everything from KTM 390 singles to Honda CBR500R twins are expected to run in next year’s new amateur class.
The 2012 Amateur Superbike champ is back for the final doubleheader.
Here’s Canadian Superbike’s Quebecois showdown.
Here’s another batch of shots from the past weekend’s roadracing in Nova Scotia.
Here’s a photo gallery from last weekend’s Canadian Superbike races, shot by FAR competitor Dale Murray, who just happened to be there with his camera …