Brantford superbike racer Jordan Szoke fought through tough weather conditions to notch his 40th career victory during the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at the historic Le Circuit de Mont Tremblant on the weekend.
Riding his BMW S1000RR motorcycle in the 12-lap race, Szoke clocked an average speed of 142.5 km/h.
“Weekends like this one are particularly stressful – there was a limited supply of rain tires and the weather was changing (constantly),” Szoke said.
Szoke’s third-straight win puts him 66 points ahead of the field heading into the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park season finale, taking place from Aug. 24 to Aug. 26.
The 33-year-old racer is looking to capture an unprecedented eighth national Canadian Superbike title.