Tim Robinson rode his BMW S1000R to dominant victories in the last three rounds of the Bazzaz Amatuer Superbike National Championships in the Mopar Canadian Superbike Series. In doing so the Gatineau, Quebec rider raked in a total of $3,000.00 contingency money from race bodywork supplier Dua Motorsports.
Dua Motorsports offered a $1000.00 ‘Dua Dollars Award‘ to the Bazzaz Amatuer Superbike race winner at each of the six Mopar CSBK races. An additional $1000.00 was awarded at the Nova Scotia round to the second place finisher, Trevor Daley, when a Dua Motorsport/ GoLo Racing sponsored rider, Austin Shaw-O’Leary won the final.
Daley was the innaguaral Dua Dollars winner when he scored the opening round victory at Shannonville. He backed that win up with a visit to the podium at each of the remaining races and captured the nation’s championship at year end as his reward.
Simon Hamel scored his victory and the $1000.00 cheque from Dua Motorsports at the second race of the year at St. Eustache, Quebec and Austin-Shaw O’Leary as noted won round three at his home track at Schubenacadie NS.
The total Mopar CSBK Bazzaz Am Superbike Dua Motorsports Contingency Payout for 2012 included:
- Trevor Daley Mississauga Ont. $2000.00
- Tim Robinson Gatineau PQ. $3000.00
- Austin Shaw-O Leary Falmouth N.S. $1000.00
- Simon Hamel Rosemere PQ $1000.00
Dua Motorsports congratulates all of the Dua Dollers winners from the 2012 Mopar CSBK season.