Jordan Imrie cleans up at Central Roadracing Association over weekend

Photo: Steve Diamond Elements

Photo: Steve Diamond Elements

Canadian Jordan Imrie cleaned up at Brainerd International Raceway’s Competition Course last weekend in Central Roadracing Association action, winning 11 of the 12 races he entered.

Imrie, who’s spent time in the AMA in the last couple years, was riding the #45 Ducati 848 for TPL Racing. Imrie actually had to back out of two races due to problems with his front brake, and supposedly a bad tire choice was what cost him a podium in the Heavyweight Supersport Expert class (he finished fourth).

Teammates Dave Pederson, Sam Miller, Brilly Lachmiller also performed well for TPL, winning several other classes, or earning podiums, but they’re not Canadians. Imrie joined the TPL team last year, racing a Honda CBR600RR in the AMA Super Sport Series. In 2012, Imrie had won three AMA National Amateur titles and a CCS National title and was co-named AMA Amateur rider of the year.

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