Shannonville (ON) May 9, 2022– With the start of the new Super Series season drawing ever so much closer, the 2022 schedule will see some of Canada’s finest Amateur and Pro riders take on five race weekends on three different Shannonville Motorsport Park layouts.
With the growing interest in grassroots motorcycle racing in Canada, the Super Series is excited to welcome in riders from all across Canada. This season is gearing up to be one of the best in recent memory.
“With the success of the 2021 season, it was an easy decision to add two more events to the 2022 schedule to bring it up to five,” said Super Series GM Dominique Bondar. “Shannonville was founded with motorcycle racing at heart, and we believe the three layouts used this season will provide not just a challenge to the riders, but fun and exhilarating races for spectators.”
The 2022 calendar will kick off May 13-15, with the Super Series Racing School spring session. Following that, the riders will take to the Long track for the first double header of the year. There will be another racing school session in July, before the Super Series returns to the Nelson track following its return to the calendar last season. The season will conclude on September 10-11 on the Pro track.
Spring Racing School – Friday, May 13
Summer Racing School – Friday, July 8
Round 1 – May 14-15 (Long track)
Round 2 – June 11-12 (Pro track)
Round 3 – July 9-10 (Nelson track)
Round 4 – August 20-21 (Long track)
Round 5 – September 10-11 (Pro track)
As another industry leader has joined the Super Series for 2022, we are pleased to announce a new partnership with Inside Motorcycles. This new partnership will directly benefit the competitors as they will get a one-year free subscription with their 2022 competition licence purchase.
To find out more about the schedule, competition licences or the racing schools, please visit our website at www.super-series.ca.
About Super Series
The Super Series is a grassroots motorcycle road racing series founded in the early 1980s. Created to fill a gap and a demand for amateur riders in the South-East region of Ontario, Canada, the Super Series is based and competes exclusively at Shannonville Motorsport Park.
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