Motorcycling Australia today confirmed it will payout over $56,000.00 in prizemoney during the 2014 Australian Superbike Championship.

Motorcycling Australia’s CEO David White recognised the integrity of the championship lies in delivering on its promises and 2014 is a make or break year for IEG and MA.

“We will pay the prizemoney direct to the riders within 7 days of the conclusion of each round, either by cheque or direct deposit,” White confirmed.

Motorcycling Australia will also be actively involved in the administration of the championship. The supplementary regulation for the 2014 Australian Superbike Championship are due to be released mid January and everyone involved is looking forward to the opening round of the series on April 4 and 5 at Queensland Raceway.

2014 PRIZE MONEY (per round)

Superbikes – $2,850.00

1st: $1,000.00
2nd: $700.00
3rd: $500.00
4th: $400.00
5th: $250.00

Supersport – $2,150.00

1st: $750.00
2nd: $500.00
3rd: $400.00
4th: $300.00
5th: $200.00

Evo – $1,000.00

1st: $500.00
2nd: $300.00
3rd: $200.00

Superlites – $1,000.00

1st: $500.00
2nd: $300.00
3rd: $200.00

Production – $900

1st: $300.00 (Upto 500)
1st: $300.00 (300)
1st: $300.00 (250)

OVERALL

Superbike

1st: $5,000.00
2nd: $2,500.00
3rd: $1,500.00

Supersport

1st: $4,000.00
2nd: $2,000.00
3rd: $1,000.00

Motorcycling Australia has taken complete responsibility for paying out prize monies in 2014