The Canadian National Superbike Championship (CSBK) will stage their second event of 2020 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park hear Bowmanville, ON, on August 15 and 16. Traditionally, the series completes their Canadian tour at “old Mosport” each season, but the Covid19 pandemic meant that this event was considered unlikely for 2020.
While spectators at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park are still out of the question, extensive planning with Track Day provider Pro6 Cycle and CSBK organizers Professional Motorsports Productions have led to an agreement to stage a two-day event at the popular venue.
Jordan Szoke moved one step closer to a possible Pro Superbike National crown on Saturday, winning a dramatic race two at Calabogie Motorsports Park in the Canadian Superbike Championship season opener invitational, sponsored by IBEW and presented by Pro6 Cycle.
Szoke once again led every lap across the line, earning himself a perfect 104-points on the weekend, although this time it was far different than his dominant race one victory. The General Warranty Kawasaki ZX-10R Ninja rider nearly conceded the holeshot to Michael Leon off the start, but Szoke managed to wrestle the lead from his veteran counterpart before Leon retired just a few laps later due to a mechanical issue aboard his Royal Distributing BMW S1000RR.