CSBK returning to Shannonville

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The Canadian Superbike championship series is returning to Shannonville Motorsport Park next season after a one-year hiatus. 

“Bringing CSBK back to Shannonville Motorsport Park is an opportunity I just couldn’t pass up,” said event organizer Peter Derry. “I think we have a great chance to build this event into something special, a unique stop on the tour. We’re aiming to exploit Shannonville’s prime location between Toronto and Montreal, the great history of this event and the fact that Shannonville offers a unique opportunity to see almost the entire lap from the main straight grandstands.”

Not only is Shannonville back on the schedule in 2016, it will host the CSBK season opener from May 27–29. CSBK racers will ride the nine-turn, 2.45-kilometre “Pro” layout of the circuit.


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