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Tuesday 4 April 2023

Vance & Hines

Vance & Hines - Over $170,000 Racer Contingency in 2023

Vance & Hines isn't 'going home', oh no Sir! They're going LARGE with a total of over $170,000 racer contingency support programs for 2023 - that's one big pile of mufflers!

The contingency sponsorships are offered in partnership with five race-sanctioning bodies - with contingency payout funds on offer to riders in NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle, MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers and Twins Cup, American Flat Track and XDA drag racing, as well as the Bagger Racing League. 

Contingency funds are offered to riders who are top finishers in races or series championships, and who qualify by using Vance & Hines products and services. The total value of the contingency sponsorship program for 2023 is $173,250.

"Racing is the very ethos of the Vance & Hines brand," said Vance & Hines President Mike Kennedy. "Racing is where and how Vance & Hines started. These contingency programs are just one of the ways we support racers who compete using our performance products."

The total potential payout for NHRA is $34,000, with Vance & Hines factory race team riders not eligible for these payments.

MotoAmerica, the country's premier motorcycle road racing series, has expanded its slate of King Of The Baggers (KOTB) races to seven double-header events and also includes Twins Cup double-header rounds at seven of their events. Vance & Hines total available payout in MotoAmerica racing is $60,400.

In AFT, Vance & Hines offers funds to the top ten finishers in every SuperTwins and Singles class race, and a $5,000 championship bonus. The total potential payout in AFT is $63,100.

The Xtreme Drag Racing Association (XDA) series offers ten classes of racing at five events, which run from April through September 2023. Potential payout at XDA races is $7,500.

The Bagger Racing League (BRL) has six classes for a variety of production V-twin motorcycles and will host five races at three venues in 2023. Potential payout at BRL races is $8,250. 

The specific requirements for earning contingency payouts are managed by each sanctioning body.