Sebastien Tremblay Round 3 Report

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Round 3 of the Bridgestone Canadian Superbike Championship and the Economy Lube Pro Sport Bike Championship took us cross country to RAD Torque Raceway in Edmonton, a track we haven't been to in a long time.  We were happy to make the trip because history clearly shows that the West produced many of the best motorcycle racers in Canada. And testing ourselves against the best is what we live for. 

Unfortunately for us, it became apparent on Thursday that physical challenges were keeping Sebastien from getting up to speed on our Suzuki Canada GSX-R750. The timesheets showed that we weren't really on pace to challenge for the win, so the next best thing for us was to come back East with as many points as possible. Losing only 13 points in the championship is a small victory in itself. We are looking forward to coming back next year to such an interesting venue.

Inspirational quote of the day, General Patton said: Nobody ever defended anything successfully, there is only attack and attack and attack some more

With this in mind, onwards to Shubenacadie, Atlantic Motorsport Park is a fun track we love and we will be racing to win!

Special thanks to:

Suzuki Canada, Bridgestone, CSBK, Turcotte Performance, Bickle Racing, Hindle, ST Motosport, Euromoto

Team Shaker!


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