Szoke's career started as the youngest Road Racer to get his Expert license at the age of 15, winning his first National Championship at the age of 16. He has won over 14 National Championships in his 15 year career. Most recently dominating the SuperBike and SportBike Canadian National Championships in 2006-2010 changing the record books for all time. Szoke also holds the record for the most SuperBike Championships in Canadian History with seven. In 2010 he earned an unprecedented perfect season by capturing all seven Superpole positions and all seven SuperBike wins. Szoke’s triumphs have led to working and racing with prestigious factory racing teams both at home and abroad such as Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki, Harley Davidson, and Fast by Ferrachi Ducati. Outside Canadian borders, Road Racing prosperity follows Szoke south and overseas. In 2007 he was invited to Valencia, Spain to participate in the annual press day at the final round of the MotoGP championship aboard a Factory Kawasaki. In 2002-2003 Szoke stepped off the airplane in Japan to to compete in the prestigious Suzuka 8 hour endurance race with the Corona Suzuki team. In 2010 Szoke started his own team, Waznie Racing BMC Ciclo Werks and DeWildt Honda, and also earned Team of the Year.