https://www.kawasaki.ca/en-ca/racing/eventsThe 2020 Canadian National Superbike motorcycle road racing Championship series (CSBK) has confirmed a variety of updates related to the global COVID-19 pandemic including a reduced racing schedule.
The traditional May Shannonville Motorsport Park opener, June event in Grand Bend, and July return to circuit ICAR north of Montreal, QC have all been eliminated from the originally scheduled 2020 campaign.
“We must consider Provincial and Federal guidelines and discuss these issues with our venues and sponsors," says CSBK President Colin Fraser.
"Right now, we are aiming to race in late July, August, and September. We would start with Pro Cycle’s Atlantic Motorsport Park in Nova Scotia, then the double-header at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, ON., and Shannonville, ON, for the 40th Anniversary celebration."
Fraser does caution that it is too early to be certain that fan-oriented events such as the CSBK National Superbike rounds will be allowed to take place during the summer months.
CSBK will make further announcements as more specific information becomes available from local government and racetrack staff.