2018 Suzuki Support Rider Contingency Program Announced
$900,000 in contingency up for grabs across ASBK, ASX, AORC, Finke & Hattah
As Suzuki continues to compete in a wide variety of Australian motorcycle racing, they have announced the Suzuki Support Rider (SSR) Contingency program for 2018, giving racers a real chance at being rewarded for their commitment, with $900,000 in contingency available across a variety of series and events.
Included series and races that include contingency are National and State Motocross and Supercross, National and State Superbike and Supersport, Australian Off-Road Championship, Finke and Hattah desert races.
Registration to the SSR Contingency program is free, riders can register multiple machines in different capacity classes with cash rewards available in both on and off road racing categories.
Riders who compete on a current generation Suzuki motorcycle are eligible to register as a SSR. The rider must register on the form, only one rider can register per VIN.
Suzuki will send each rider an acceptance letter, which includes a SSR Registration Number. One number will be issued per rider, even if the rider competes on more than one machine or in multiple capacity classes. This Registration Number will be used in all claims for contingency or other correspondence with Suzuki.
Only the nominated Motorcycling Australia sanctioned events will be eligible for contingency. Suzuki Support Riders registered for claiming contingency must use the Claim Form attached. Results will be verified by Suzuki against official M.A. results.
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