Brantford’s Jordan Szoke (BMW Motorrad / Mopar Express Lane BMW S1000RR) has made it two in a row this season with his win last Sunday at Autodrome St–Eustache in St–Eustache, Quebec.
The nine-time Canadian Superbike champion took the lead on lap three of the shortened 10-lap race (red-flagged due to a rain-related crash) and went on to win by a 6.477-second margin ahead of current CSBK champ Jodi Christie (Accelerated Technologies / Honda Canada CBR1000RR SP). Sebastien Tremblay (MotoNation / CrossFit Laval Kawasaki ZX-10R) finished third.
“It’s a great start to the season but it’s a long way from over,” said Szoke. “I didn’t really go out to try and win the race. The conditions were tough and I’m in a championship battle with Jodi, so he was my big concern.”
Louie Raffa took the win in Pro Sport Bike ahead of Jodi Christie, while Darren James rounded out the podium.
For full results from St–Eustache, click here.
The next round of CSBK is a doubleheader at Edmonton’s Castrol Raceway from July 10–12.