Feb 6, 2001
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Freddie Spencer's High Performance Product Line has announced a 2001 Michelin contingency program for the CCS California and Southwest Regions. Payouts are in the form of Cash Certificates that are redeemable from Freddie Spencer's High Performance Parts Line or from an authorized trackside service representative like Dale Kieffer's Racer's Edge and are valid for 90 days from the date of issue. The payouts are for Experts and Novices in Lightweight Supersport and Superbike, 600cc Supersport and Superbike, 750cc Supersport and Superbike, Open Supersport, GTU, Unlimited GP, and Twins classes. The payouts range from $200 for first place in Unlimited GP to $40 for fifth place in many of the other classes. Michelin motorcycle tires must be used front and rear, Michelin decals must be prominently displayed on both sides of the motorcycle and the front fender or fork legs, the rider must list Michelin as a sponsor, a contingency claim must be filled out and verified by a CCS official before racing, and a minimum of 10 riders must start in each class for contingency to be paid. <BR><BR>The payout in Lightweight Supersport, Lightweight Superbike and Twins is $100 for first, $80 for second, $70 for third, $60 for fourth and $40 for fifth. In 600cc Supersport, 600cc Superbike, 750cc Supersport, 750cc Superbike, Open Supersport, GTO and GTU, payouts are $150, $100, $75, $50 and $40. The payout in Unlimited GP is $200, $150, $100, $75 and $50.<BR><BR>More information is available from Freddie Spencer's High Performance Product Line, 7055 Speedway Blvd. Suite E-105, Las Vegas, NV 89115, (702) 591-8915.<BR>