(With files from Motorsports Newswire)- Just weeks before the annual National Vendor Presentation in Madison, Wisconsin, Parts Unlimited/Drag Specialties has announced their withdrawal from the 2013 Dealer Expo to focus on launching two new regional dealer showcases in 2013.
Jordan Szoke snatched the victory at Atlantic Motorsports Park in a dramatic last lap pass to extend his points lead to 35 in the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship which was held near Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia last weekend.
On July 22nd, for the first time since 2008 the AMRA returned to Edmonton's Stratotech Park to host the fourth round of the CMA Mini Roadracing National Championship presented by Parts Canada. The Edmonton track is the largest the series will visit in 2012, and the long straightaways made drafting…
Montreal, Quebec- The Royal Distributing Racing Team opted for the second round of the RACE Superseries at Shannonville this past weekend, instead of the conflicting Mopar Canadian Superbike series event in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. The deciding factor was the long 14-hour drive necessary to get to Shubie. The decision was worthwhile,…
East Coast roadrace phenom Austin Shaw-O'Leary was admitted to IWK Hospital early Monday morning due to complications with an injury suffered in a Sunday morning warm-up crash during the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championships at Atlantic Motorsport Park last weekend.
Racers from across Western Canada and the United States gathered for the Sturgis North Nitro Nationals presented by Kamloops Harley- Davidson at the Eagle Motorplex in Ashcroft BC, from July 21-22 as the Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association 2012 Season brought to you by Parts Canada and Drag Specialities continued…
While most of the riders in competition at round three of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championships in the Inside Motorcycles Amatuer Sportbike and Bazzaz Amatuer Superbike classes expected that GoLo Racing/Dua Motorports rider Austin Shaw-O'Leary would do very well on his home track, no one could anticipate the level of…
Fifteen year old Braden Vallee of Kitchener, Ontario enjoyed a strong weekend at Thunderfest flat track events in Leamington and Wheatley, July 21-22. After winning all four of his heat races in the novice class, Vallee finished second to Dave Pouliot in his four final races.
As the MotoGP World Championship heads to his home turf at Laguna Seca, California this weekend, Factory Yamaha's Ben Spies dropped a bombshell by stating that he has chosen to leave Yamaha at the end of 2012 for many reasons.
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – Dartmouth, N.S.’s Darin Marshall led all 12 laps to win the ARL Thunder & Sportsman Invitational that supported the third round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at Atlantic Motorsport Park on Sunday.
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – After seeing longtime rival Michael Taylor end his pole position streak, Steve Crevier left no doubt as to who is the king of the road in round three of the Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada XR1200 Cup at Atlantic Motorsport Park on Sunday.
Duncan, BC, hosted a historic supermoto race through city streets on July 15 to celebrate the city’s 100th anniversary.
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – Three of Canada’s top Amateur road racers suffered tough weekends at the third round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at Atlantic Motorsport Park.
The Pacific North West Motorcycle Association has been around since the early 1930s and includes numerous clubs and three major series: the British Columbia Offroad Championship Series, the Vancouver Island Hare Scramble Series (VIHSS) and the Okanagen Hare Scramble Series (OHSS). Between these three series some of the fastest riders…
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – When local star Austin Shaw-O’Leary crashed his Dua Motorsport / GoLo Racing Honda CBR600RR during Inside Motorcycles Amateur Sport Bike practice on Sunday morning at Atlantic Motorsport Park, a collective groan went up from the partisan crowd.
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – While Jordan Szoke extended his lead in the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship standings the racers expected to give him a tough run at Atlantic Motorsport Park on Sunday were not a factor.
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – Jordan Szoke claimed his second straight win in the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship in dramatic fashion at Atlantic Motorsport Park on Sunday.
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – Stacey Nesbitt of St-Lazare, Que. claimed her second victory of the season in the Honda CBR250R National Race Series at Atlantic Motorsport Park on Sunday and closed the gap to points leader Ryan Roche with the season half over.
By John Hopkins SHUBENACADIE, N.S. – Jodi Christie extended his lead in the K&N Performance Filters Pro Sport Bike class with his second victory in a row at Atlantic Motorsport Park on Sunday.