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KTM roadrace contingency program

The following is a Press Release from KTM North America, Inc.:

MURRIETA, Calif. – KTM Motorsports is pleased to announce details of its largest-ever road racing contingency program for the 2017 race season. Totaling over 2.3 million U.S. dollars in available payout, the KTM Contingency program offers contingency for top-three results in 18 different road racing series.

Racers competing aboard the KTM RC 390, RC CUP RACEBIKE, 690 DUKE and 1290 SUPER DUKE R will have the opportunity to earn the following payout for a top-three finish: 1st – $400, 2nd – $250, 3rd – $100.

Additionally, the following regional race series are included in this year’s KTM Contingency lineup: American Federation of Motorcycles, American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association, American Sportbike Racing Association, Championship Cup Series, Central Roadracing Association, Chuckwalla Valley Motorcycle Racing, Central Motorcycle Roadracing Association, Loudin Road Race Series, Masters of the Mountain, Motorcycle Roadracing Association, Oregon Motorcycle Road Racing Association, WERA National Challenge Series, WERA Sportsman (Atlantic Coastal Region, Mid-Central Region, North Central Region, Southeast Region, West Region) and Washington Motorcycle Road Racing Association.

For more information on KTM’s contingency program and for registration details, please visit www.ktmcash.com.

By | 2017-02-28T15:34:41+00:00 February 28th, 2017|Road Racing|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Jon Glaefke March 14, 2017 at 3:26 am - Reply

    Looking forward to the KTM contingency program but hope that we can get enough others interested and fill the grid with at least enough folks to be eligible to earn the money available. Though I know Barbers a sure bet, let’s do what we can to make all the other events eligible as well. Looking forward to my round one in a few short weeks at Carolina and we’ll see you there

  2. Christopher Spargo May 22, 2017 at 5:28 am - Reply

    Jon – your comment is spot on. We’ve been close, but haven’t generally had grids big enough to qualify for awards.

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