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2015 Suzuki Contingency Program
With the razor sharp handling of Suzuki’s RM and RM-Z models, it’s an easy choice to race Suzuki. Built with championship DNA, Suzuki has been the choice of champions for many years, and for 2015, Suzuki is excited to continue supporting future champions through Suzuki Contingency. Sign up for the 2015 Suzuki Contingency Program today and let Suzuki support you in your race to the top!
Here’s how it works:
- Own a 2014, 2015, or 2016 Suzuki RM-Z250 / RM-Z450 or any model year RM85/L
- Complete the online registration process at RaceSuzuki.com
- Race a specified event on the Suzuki Contingency Payout Schedule
- Place in a paying position
- Receive your rewards on your Suzuki Awards Card
- Redeem your rewards at any authorized U.S. Suzuki dealership
It’s that easy! Just register, race, and get paid!
The 2015 Suzuki Contingency registration will be active from January 16, 2015 - October 31, 2015. A new registration is required each year. Please visit RaceSuzuki.com to register.
2015 Motocross Trackside Support
In addition to the 2015 MX Contingency Program, the Suzuki Support Truck will also be track side at various events throughout the 2015 MX season. Suzuki's Support Truck will have a supply of parts available for riders in need, along with a qualified Suzuki technician to help answer rider tech questions. Look for the Suzuki Support Truck in the pits at the below events!
- AMA Amateur National Championship, Hurricane Mills, TN - July 26 - August 1, 2015
- Soaring Eagle MX, Soaring Eagle Casino, Mt. Pleasant, MI - August 30, 2015
- New Jersey Race of Champions, Old Bridge Township, NJ - October 4, 2015
- Victory Sports Suzuki Top Gun Showdown, Blountville, TN - October 11, 2015
- Thor Winter Olympics, Gainsville, FL - November 23-28, 2015
- Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross, Daytona Beach, FL - March 2016
2015 Motocross Contingency Rules and Info
The 2015 Suzuki Contingency Program runs from January 16, 2015 through October 31, 2015.
- Only the following models sold by authorized U.S. dealers are eligible for the 2015 Suzuki Motocross Contingency Program: All years of the RM85 and RM85L, along with the 2014, 2015, & 2016 RM-Z250 and RM-Z450
- All eligible models must retain the Suzuki Logo and have a Yellow Front Fender.
- Contingency will be paid to the Warranty Registered owner. If the motorcycle raced is not owned by the racer, the warranty registered owner must complete a sponsored rider verification form for contingency to be paid to racer.
- In order to be paid, participants must have a valid U.S. Social Security Number or taxpayer ID number.
- Participants must have a valid U.S. address.
- There must be a minimum of (7) riders in a class for all paying positions to be paid. For classes with (3) to (6) riders, the top (2) positions will be paid. No payments will be made to any riders with classes less than the required minimum of (3) riders.
- Riders will be paid for (2) classes per registered motorcycle. If more than (2) classes are raced, the rider will be paid for the (2) highest earning amounts.
- If an event is sanctioned by more than one promoter, the rider will be paid for one event only.
- If there is more than one division per class, only the division specified by the promoter will be paid.
- Contingency payments will be made on a reloadable Suzuki Contingency Card only redeemable at authorized U.S. Suzuki dealerships.
- Participants will not receive their Suzuki Contingency Card until they have placed in a paying position at a specified event on the Suzuki Contingency Payout Schedule.
- Riders falsifying claims will be automatically disqualified from the program.
The registration must be submitted to Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) within 30 days after the first event in order to qualify for payment. Registrations submitted after the 30 day period will not be eligible for payment. It is the racer’s responsibility to resolve race result disputes with the race organization. SMAI will only make payments based on results provided by the race organization. No payments will be made for races included in the 2015 Suzuki contingency program after January 1, 2016. Any errors or missed payments must be reported to Suzuki in writing prior to January 1, 2016 or those payments will be forfeited.