Now, it’s time for another big name of the American motorcycle racing scene, Vance & Hines, to announce its intentions. And those intentions can be summed up by the phrase “largest and most extensive contingency support program for motorcycle racers.”
The crew will throw into several competitions nearly $200,000, with King of the Baggers riders set to get $44,200, and those racing for the American Flat Track title $110,850. Smaller amounts of cash, namely $34,000 and $9,000, are up for grabs in the NHRA Drag Racing and Xtreme Drag Racing Association competitions.
“Our company is built on a foundation of racing and performance,” said Vance & Hines President Mike Kennedy. “These contingency payouts are just one of the ways we support riders who use our products.”
As said, King of the Baggers kicks off in March in Daytona. The following month, the Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta will host the second race, and in June comes the mid-way point in the series, at Road America.
July will see two races, one at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and the other at Brainerd International Raceway. The season ends in September at the New Jersey Motorsports Park.