Honda Contingency Tops 10 MillionTuesday, January 30, 2007 | 6:40 AM
The Honda Rider’s Club of America™ (HRCA®) is posting 10 million dollars in racing contingency awards for 2007. The dash-for-cash rewards scores of Honda-mounted professional and amateur motorcycle and ATV riders at nearly 700 events across the country representing all the major racing disciplines, including AMA-sanctioned Supercross, motocross, enduro, dirt track, Supermoto, road racing, drag racing and ATV.
“The HRCA Contingency Program represents a significant investment in the future of racing in America,” said HRCA Manager Bill Savino. “Many of today’s top Honda athletes rose through the ranks of their sport with the backing of Honda’s contingency program and we’re proud to support the many competitors who receive our assistance today.”
Supercross tops the payout charts with Pro racers receiving $50,000 for a single race win, and Lites Pro racers can earn $25,000 per win. Of special note, this year Honda is offering a $25,000 Championship bonus for both the AMA GNCC and the AMA GNCC ATV XC1Pro class Series Champions. HRCA will be providing trackside support to all Honda Riders at posted Amateur Nationals.
“Honda is also proud to recognize our sponsor support from Visa,” said Savino. “Their debit card program allows instant access to Red Rider Rewards dollars and it’s accepted at more than 32 million places.” Now in its seventh year, the HRCA Visa program also provides online account access for reward payment and transaction tracking, payment alert via text message or email and 24/7/365 customer support.
For all the details, go to www.hondaredriders.com and click on the “Contingency Program” button in the right-hand column. Downloadable claim forms make it easy to sign up and receive payments. Winnings will be issued through the HRCA Red Rider Visa Rewards Card, a debit card that can be used at any Honda Dealer or anywhere Visa® is accepted.
For more information call the Honda Red Rider hotline @ 310-781-5111
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