Professional rider on closed course competition.

SUZUKI OFFERS MORE THAN $4.2 MILLION IN RACE CONTINGENCY FOR 2012

December 7, 2011

BREA, CA (December 7, 2011) – American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) is proud to announce the allocation of more than $4.2 million in contingency for the 2012 Motocross and Road Race seasons in the United States. For nearly three decades, ASMC has provided extensive contingency support to amateur and pro racers alike, and the 2012 season will be no different. Suzuki continues to reward racers who purchase the RM/RM-Z and GSX-R product lines and, in turn, support Suzuki dealers.

“Suzuki is proud to continue carrying on this long and significant tradition of providing support to our most dedicated racers,” said Pat Alexander, ASMC’s amateur support manager. “We are excited about seeing Suzuki riders on top of the podiums around the country, in both Motocross and Road Racing. I have been fortunate enough to see some of the world’s greatest racing talent competing for Suzuki contingency dollars in the past, and I look forward to enjoying that privilege again in the very near future.”

Over the course of the 2012 season, ASMC will be offering in excess of $4.2 million of contingency to racers who purchase 2011 or 2012 RM85/85L, RM-Z250, RM-Z450, GSX-R600, GSX-R750 or GSX-R1000 models. Complete details outlining the dates and locations of the 2012 Suzuki Contingency Program will be available soon on www.suzukicycles.com.

About Suzuki: Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) founded The Motorcycle and ATV Division of American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC), Brea, CA, in 1963. ASMC markets motorcycles and ATVs via an extensive dealer network throughout 49 states. ASMC's parent company, Suzuki Motor Corporation, based in Hamamatsu, Japan, is a diversified worldwide manufacturer of motorcycles, ATVs, scooters, automobiles and marine engines. Founded in 1909 and incorporated in 1920, it has 120 distributors in 191 countries. For more information visit www.suzukicycles.com.

Back to News

Jul 26
Jul 27
Jul 28
Jul 29
Jul 30
Jul 31
Aug 1
Aug 2
Aug 9
Aug 16
Aug 23