Jordan Szoke (Lynden, ON) has established himself as the clear favourite going into tomorrow's Mopar Canadian Superbike Feature race after claiming pole during Saturday afternoon's Dalton Timmis Insurance SuperPole session at Autodrome St-Eustache near Montreal, QC.
Szoke, who has won the last six races at "Twin Peaks," was more than a second quicker than the rest of the field, posting a lap at 0:44.921 on his Mopar Express Lane/Motovan BMW S1000RR. Behind Szoke in the top five were Ben Young (Collingwood, ON), Kenny Riedmann (Belfountain, ON), Bodhi Edie (Warman, SK) and Michael Leon (Beaconsfield, QC).
A revised schedule of events has been announced for Sunday's Round 3 of the Mopar CSBK Canadian Superbike at Autodrome St-Eustache.
Due to a strict 5 PM curfew at the circuit Northwest of Montreal, series officials were forced to revise Sunday's schedule to accommodate the Magneti Marelli Amateur Superbike qualifying session that was originally near the end of Saturday's schedule.
Fastest on the track during Saturday morning Amateur Superbike practice was round 2 winner Ernest Bernhard of Ste-Brigide, QC (pictured above). The Amateur Superbike riders will now qualify Sunday at 12:35 PM.
A complete revised schedule can be found here.