As the new year begins and the 2019 season comes to an end, so too does the decade of the 2010’s. After ten Canada Cup’s and 66 Pro Superbike races, the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship featured everything from the dominance of the Jordan Szoke era to the emergence of a World Superbike talent during the past decade.
Following are just some of the many highlights of the last ten years, as CSBK looks forward to celebrating a 40th Anniversary in 2020 and another decade of exciting racing. Let us know if you disagree with the order, or if you think we missed a legendary performance.
The Mopar CSBK National motorcycle roadracing series includes six weekends of action in 2020, the 40th anniversary of the Canadian Championship tour. With eight Mopar Pro Superbike feature class races planned, this will be the busiest schedule for the CSBK Nationals since 2005.
The series opens at Shannonville Motorsport Park’s perimeter Pro Circuit in May, with the first round of 2020 once again sponsored by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). Registration and Technical Inspection will start on the Thursday, May 21, when Dunlop spec tire supplier Pro6 host a Track Day at Shannonville.