CSBK updates

Jodi Christie was ecstatic over his first career pro superbike win at Shubenacadie. Photo: Zac Kurylyk

Bell Helmets will sponsor the Canadian Superbike Championship’s Amateur Sport Bike class for 2014.

The deal will go through Bell’s Canadian distributor, Kimpex.

Bell Helmets has a rich racing heritage, and we’re proud to be including Canadian racing in that heritage,” said said Michel Cote, Kimpex’s VP of sales.

This year, previous CBR250 series champs Stacey Nesbitt and Thomas Casas are both racing in the Amateur Sport Bike class.

This week, CSBK also announced they’ve updated their website; now, users can find year-end standings results back to 2002. They say they’re busy rebuilding the results archive, so it’s possible we may see a more comprehensive list of results in the future.

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