2013 AMA Pro Road Racing ContingencyBrock’s Performance, one of America’s leading developers and suppliers of go-fast parts for motorcycles and the exclusive North American distributor of BST carbon-fiber wheels, is proud to offer $88,000 in contingency support for the 2013 AMA Pro Road Racing Series.
Top-five finishers in AMA Pro Superbike and Daytona SportBike races using Brock’s Performance exhaust systems can cash in on $1500 per race, the winner taking one-third of the pot.Over the course of each 13-race series, that’s a total of $39,000 per class. In SuperSport, $6600 is up for grabs. First-place finishers take home $250, the runner-up gets $200 and the final podium spot has a $100 reward. With potential championship bonuses factored in, the program’s grand total is $88,150.Brock’s Performance is not new to helping support the sport. Racing has been at the core of its success for 30 years. The shop has won countless national drag-racing titles and tuned a wide range of motorcycles to great success on everything from roadrace courses to the Bonneville Salt Flats.Brock Davidson (Brock’s Performance President) says: “We are proud to offer this level of contingency in AMA Pro Road Racing. As a former national-level competitor, I understand the value of strong contingency programs for racers, and that’s where all of the money goes – straight to the racers.”Brock’s Performance sells 810 exhaust systems for 35 late-model sportbikes. They range from simple, lightweight slip-ons to its top-of-the-line CT Series™ of high-end, titanium, full exhaust systems that combine state-of-the-art materials and manufacturing techniques with race-proven performance.For more information on Brock’s Performance, please visit BrocksPerformance.com or call 937-912-0054. Additional company information is available on its Facebook page, YouTube channel and Twitter postings.Submitted by PutterPowerMedia
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