Szoke wins CSBK season opener

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Jordan Szoke (Wanzie Racing / BMW Motorrad / Mopar Express Lane) got his 2014 CSBK Pro Superbike title defense off to a good start last weekend at Shannonville Motorsport Park. The reigning king of CSBK took pole position on Saturday with a time of 1:04.087, followed up on Sunday with a win in the season’s opening race. Jodi Christie (Christie Racing / Honda Canada / Accelerated Technologies) made things interesting on the final lap, though came up just short, finishing only 0.196 seconds back. Trevor Daley (One Speed Chop Shop / had a solid run en route to the first pro podium of his career, 15.259 seconds behind. 

In Pro Sport Bike action Kenny Reidman (Reidman Racing / Castrol Triumph) secured his first national pro win, beating out three-time champion Jodi Christie by 0.358 seconds. Will Hornblower of Sarnia, Ontario, was an enthusiastic third, 14.316 seconds off the pace. 

For full CSBK results from Shannonville, click here

The next round of CSBK goes July 6 in St-Eustache, Quebec.


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