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- Team: Mopar Express Lane BMW Motorrad Canada Superbike
- Class: Superbike
- Number: 1
- Bike: BMWS1000RR
- Born: December 30, 1978 — Brantford, Canada
Jordan Szoke’s career started as the youngest road racer to earn his professional license at the age of 15. Jordan quickly showcased his raw talent, consistently landing him on the podium. Only two short seasons after entering competition, Szoke won his very first National Championship at the age of 16, and it was made perfectly clear that this was exactly what he was born to do.
Throughout his 20-year career as a professional racer, Jordan has won over 20 National Championships, and back in 2010 he rewrote the record books when he earned both Superbike and Sportbike championships for 5 years consecutively. Jordan also holds the record for the most Superbike Championships in Canadian History with 10 in total. His seventh title in 2010 and his tenth title in 2015 were both achieved with unprecedented perfect seasons.
Szoke’s first venture at owning and running his own team in 2010 was also tremendously successful, as he earned the acclaimed “Team of the Year” award. Partnered with Mopar Express Lane and BMW Motorrad, Szoke claimed another Superbike Championship along with the "Team of the Year” award both in 2012 and 2015.
"This sport is coveted as an individual sport, but you cannot win something like this on your own. You have an entire crew behind you that provides you with a safe motorcycle that you can win on, and an atmosphere to feel comfortable in."