Kawasaki S4R-Racing Oil rider Jordan Szoke completes a perfect season to win the 2020 Canadian Superbike Championship!
Szoke, riding a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R running Kawasaki S4R racing oil swept all four races of the truncated 2020 CSBK season, despite starting the penultimate race from pit lane due to changing conditions.
The Canadian Superbike Championship will not stage further National-level motorcycle road racing events in 2020. The 2020 CSBK season was seriously delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, and as recently as June it was unlikely any events could take place given varied health and safety restrictions across Canada.
Eventually, CSBK organizers Professional Motorsports Productions joined with Pro6 to stage two restructured events, one at Calabogie Motorsports Park, ON, July 25 and most recently the annual August Classic at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, ON, August 14-16.
Jordan Szoke of Lynden, ON, won all four Pro Superbike races of 2020 and earned the CSBK Championship aboard his Canada General Warranty-backed Kawasaki S4-R Racing Oil ZX-10R Ninja. Szoke now has taken the premier Championship 14 times.
Highlights of the 2020 campaign will be presented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and broadcast in per-race format on TSN next month, and later available on-line.