COSTA MESA, CA - The King of Canadian Superbike racing is headed south to MotoAmerica and he's looking forward to the challenge. Fresh off earning his 10th Canadian Superbike Championship, Jordan Szoke will venture to New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, New Jersey, September 11-13, to test his mettle against the very best of the MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North America Championship.
Much like his U.S. Superbike counterpart Josh Hayes, Szoke is the undeniable king of Canadian Superbike racing. In winning his 10th title, Szoke and his Mopar Express Lane BMW team dominated the series, sweeping all seven rounds for the second perfect season of his career. With those seven wins in 2015, Szoke now has amassed a record 52 Canadian Superbike victories.
At New Jersey Motorsports Park, the 36-year-old Szoke will race his BMW S 1000 RR in the MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 class (that runs with the Superbike class but is scored separately) as he tries to pad a gap of 40 points between himself and German Superbike Champion Markus Reiterberger in the 2015 BMW Motorrad Race Trophy - a BMW contingency Cup program that pays BMW racers points in their respective series all over the world in Superstock 1000 racing. Those points add up to money at the end of the season and Szoke is confident of being able to put his BMW in the top three at NJMP to gain more points on Reiterberger.