Andrew Nelson looks to repeat his winning ways at this weekend’s round of the Canadian Superbike Championship in St. Eustache, Quebec. Nelson took the opening round win, but Jordan Szoke, Matthew McBride, Alex Welsh and the rest of the field will also be looking for the top spot on the podium this weekend. Suzuki and Honda look to break up BMW’s sweep of the podium
Nelson’s victory at Shannonville Motorsports Park came in a wet race run on rain tires. This weekend looks to be dry with temperatures in the upper 20s.
In addition to pro superbike, the sportbike and amateur superbike will run, along with the Harley Davidson XR1200 and Honda CBR250R spec classes.
If the last round is any indication, the CBR250R class may be worth the price of admission alone. The class is packed with rising young talent. It is also the populated with journalists in pursuit of stories and glory. Stiff competition in the last round led to two scribes colliding followed by thrust and parry in the digital media.
The St. Eustache Autodrome is located north of Montreal, off of Autoroute 640. Practice is Friday and Saturday with racing Sunday. The CBR250R will run two rounds, one Saturday and one Sunday.