Jordan Szoke (Wanzie Racing / BMW Motorrad / Mopar Express Lane) took his second win of the 2014 Canadian Superbike season last weekend, the victory also marking the third straight year that he’s won at Autodrome St-Eustache, Quebec.
Jodi Christie (Jodi Christie Racing / Honda Canada / Accelerated Technologies) led early on, though Szoke made the pass on the fifth lap and would not relinquish the lead. Christie appeared to be preparing for a late move, but lapped traffic hindered any opportunity of challenging for the win. Christie would settle for second, 3.877 seconds back. Sebastien Tremblay (MotoNation / Laval Moto / CrossfitLaval.com) finished third – a career best – 39.173 seconds adrift. For full results from St-Eustache, click here.
Szoke currently leads the Pro Superbike standings with 112 points. Jodi Christie is second overall with 90 points, while Trevor Daley is third with 71.
In Pro Sport Bike action at St-Eustache Raphael Archambault took his first national pro win, beating out Jodi Christie by just 0.274 seconds. Kenny Reidmann finished third, 8.340 seconds back.
The next round of CSBK goes July 27 at Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia.