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Newly Crowned Champ Szoke Heading to MotoAmerica Finale, Sept 11-13

Newly Crowned Champ Szoke Heading to MotoAmerica Finale, Sept 11-13

Written by  on Wednesday, 19 August 2015 12:47

@jordanszoke • @cdnsuperbike •  After sealing up a remarkable 10th Canadian Superbike Championship during the series doubleheader finale at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park August 15-16, Jordan Szoke will take his Mopar Express Lane/BMW Motorrad S1000RR across the border to compete in the MotoAmerica season finale at New Jersey Motorsports Park on September 11-13, competing in the headlining Superbike class. Szoke is the first CSBK racer to publicly commit to the race, though others are expected to attend.

MotoAmerica will visit New Jersey Motorsports Park for its final race of 2015 and the crowning of its series champions. The championship will conclude on the 2.25-mile Thunderbolt Raceway layout at NJMP, a track that features 12 corners and a half-mile straightaway that is situated in a 500-acre plot adjacent to Millville Municipal Airport, known as America’s First Defense Airport, which played a key role in America’s World War II military efforts.

New Jersey Motorsports Park - Millville New Jersey
8000 Dividing Creek Rd.
Millville, NJ United States
08332

The top Superbike racers in North America return to New Jersey Motorsports Park this September 11-13 with the new and improved MotoAmerica (AMA/FIM) Superbike Challenge. The weekend will include two full days of racing – a doubleheader event – for the Superbike, Superstock 1000, Supersport and Bazzaz Superstock 600 classes, plus vendors and fun for the whole family. New this year, NJMP will host the final round of the KTM RC 390 Cup, a new class open to riders age 14-22.

MotoAmerica will visit New Jersey Motorsports Park for its final race of 2015 and the crowning of its series champions. The championship will conclude on the 2.25-mile Thunderbolt Raceway layout at NJMP, a track that features 12 corners and a half-mile straightaway that is situated in a 500-acre plot adjacent to Millville Municipal Airport, known as America’s First Defense Airport, which played a key role in America’s World War II military efforts. 

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