Szoke takes second in BMW Race Trophy

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Canadian Superbike champion Jordan Szoke finished second in the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy standings for 2015. 

BMW’s Race Trophy works on a points system to determine the world’s top BMW privateer each year. Riders from 19 national and international racing series were part of this year’s Race Trophy. Top spot went to Matthieu Lussiana, winner of the Brazilian Moto 1000 GP series, with 436.69 points. Szoke’s sweep of CSBK in 2015 secured him 429.67 points and second overall in the Race Trophy.


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