CSBK fans will be presented by video for 2013, but not through a television network.
On the weekend, CSBK organizers announced all six rounds of the 2013 season will be shown on the organization’s website, CSBK.ca.
According to their press release, the site will have lights-to-flag action from the pro superbike class and the XR1200 Cup spec series, and the Saturday race of the CBR250R spec series double header. There will also be highlights of the pro sport bike race at each event.
The 2013 Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship opens at Shannonville Motorsport Park in Shannonville, Ont. June 7-9 and wraps up at Mont-Tremblant, Que.’s Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant August 23-25.
Nice to see some interest in csbk. to bad Canada relies on speed for the coverage of wsbk and moto racing. We need our own race channel with some coverage of the IOM and maybe BSB as well. Bikes run circles around nascar. what,s the deal with all that?
Well this is good news! One more nail in the coffin for broadcast media. Speed Channel is slowly transmogrifying into a Fox Sports NASCAR/stick & ball heffalump. What? WSBK wasn’t entertaining enough? Now if only we could get a track in BC. (Can we make Shelton WA. and honourary Canadian track? It’s a stunning bit of tarmac!)