History was made at the Canadian Superbike Championship finale on Saturday, as 19-year-old Alex Dumas became the youngest champion in Pro Superbike feature class history with a clean sweep at Calabogie Motorsports Park.
The Liqui Moly MPG/FAST School Suzuki youngster needed only to finish inside the top-four to mathematically clinch the title after his victory in race one, but Dumas left little to the imagination with his fourth emphatic win of the season to become the first ever rookie champion in class history.
Alex Dumas moved one step closer to capturing his first Pro Superbike title on Saturday, winning race one to take a 21-point lead into the final race of the Canadian Superbike Championship season at Calabogie Motorsports Park.
Starting from pole position, Dumas grabbed an early lead and never looked back, leading start-to-finish despite heavy pressure from rival Ben Young throughout the contest. Young would keep his title hopes alive with a crucial second place, as the two rivals comfortably separated themselves from the rest of the pack and eventual third-place finisher Trevor Daley.
Calabogie Motorsports Park
Liqui Moly Pro Sport Bike Race Results - 10 laps
1. Sebastien Tremblay, Kawasaki
2. David MacKay, Kawasaki
3. Philippe Masse, Kawasaki