Motorcycle Racing News Harley Doubles AMA Pro Flat Track Contingency Purse

Harley Doubles AMA Pro Flat Track Contingency Purse

2013 AMA Pro Grand National Twins

Harley-Davidson Motor Company has doubled its contingency payouts to racers in the AMA Pro Grand National Twins class from $5,500 to $11,000 per race for the upcoming racing season.

For 2013, Harley-Davidson Motor Company will provide a $143,000 contingency fund for Twins riders competing on Harley-Davidson motorcycles in the series’ thirteen scheduled Twins events.

The Twins contingency program will pay out up to $11,000 in contingency per event to the First through Eighth place finishing positions to riders on Harley-Davidson motorcycles per the following schedule:

First place:       $4,000

Second place:  $2,000

Third place:     $1,800

Fourth place:    $1,200

Fifth place:      $1,000

Sixth place:      $400

Seventh place: $400

Eighth place:    $200

To be eligible for Harley-Davidson contingency awards, riders must display the Harley-Davidson Bar & Shield logo prominently on their leathers either on the front chest or right ribcage area.

Kris Schoonover (Harley-Davidson Racing Manager) says: “Harley-Davidson’s support for dirt track racing goes deep into the roots of the sport and we are pleased to increase the financial reward for racers who proudly carry the Bar & Shield in AMA Pro Flat Track competition.”

Dan Johnsen (AMA Pro Flat Track) says: “AMA Pro Racing would like to thank the Harley-Davidson Motor Company for all of its support. By increasing support for the riders that are bringing fans across the country such thrilling entertainment, Harley-Davidson is helping to ensure the future success of the sport. We are thankful and proud to have them as a partner.”

For more information on AMA Pro Racing Flat Track series, visit amaproracing.com.

Submitted by AMA Pro Racing

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