American Suzuki Posts More Than $12 Million in Contingency for 2006Tuesday, May 9, 2006 | 1:40 PM
BREA, Calif. (May. 9, 2006) - American Suzuki Motor Corp. (ASMC) announced today that Suzuki is providing more than $12 million in contingency funds in six race disciplines for amateur and professional racers alike.
The result is that all of Suzuki’s motocross, supercross, off-road, road racing, drag racing or flat-track racers are eligible to earn contingency money in their respective sports. In order to qualify for Suzuki’s contingency program, Suzuki riders can access the easy-to-use registration form online at teamsuzuki.com.
All racers who’ve earned money with the Suzuki contingency program will receive a Value-Added Contingency Card. Throughout the year, Suzuki will simply credit the card as racers compete in and win races.
Pro racers can use the card like a credit card anywhere that Visa ® is accepted, including ATM machines. Amateur racers can redeem the cards at any authorized Suzuki dealership.
For more information on the contingency program, including the registration form, or for details on Suzuki’s Good Scholar program, race schedules and the Tony D’ MX Schools, please log on to www.teamsuzuki.com
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