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2011 Kawasaki Racing Contingency Program

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The Kawasaki contingency program continues its commitment to Kawasaki racers with a payout totaling nearly $5 million for the 2011 race season.

The impressive line-up of 2011 Kawasaki motorcycles makes it a perfect time to go green and get paid.

The contingency program not only boasts the most profitable payout in both off-road and motocross racing to date, but also offers industry-leading benefits.

Every rider has access to our track-side support that offers free service, the confidence of riding race-proven machinery, and the ability to be a part of our Team Green‚ dealer-assist program. The program is simple, easy, and quick to sign up for on the Kawasaki website.

Reid Nordin (Team Green Manager) says: "We are constantly striving to bring our customers the satisfaction of riding for a brand that is determined to bring them the best in race support. We look at our customers as family and hope they feel the love with our continued commitment to them through our contingency and track-side programs."

Being part of the program is as easy as following these steps:

1. BUY: Purchase a new or used 2010 or 2011 U.S. model Kawasaki

2. REGISTER: Online at kawasaki.com

3. RACE: Compete in any contingency paying event

4. WIN: There is no claim form to file. Payments are automatically deposited directly to a Kawasaki Contingency Card, which can be redeemed at any Kawasaki dealer and more than 32 million MasterCard retailers worldwide.

For class payouts and schedules, or more information and the official rules, please visit kawasaki.com/racing.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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