KTM Posts $4.2 Million In Racing Contingency For 2022

KTM Posts $4.2 Million In Racing Contingency For 2022

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By KTM North America:


MURRIETA, Calif. – KTM North America, Inc. is excited to announce details for its race contingency and trackside support for the 2022 race season. Standing behind its READY TO RACE commitment, KTM is once again offering more than $4.2 million in race rewards for amateur and professional racers at over 180 series across the country, while increasing its trackside support efforts to now span from the east to west coasts.

With many incentives to ride orange, the KTM brand continues to be a popular choice for professional racers in motocross/supercross, offroad, flat track and road racing with a competitive payout via the KTM Pro Cash debit card. For KTM’s rising stars, the KTM Cash dealer credit program gives amateur riders the opportunity to earn cash value credits that can be used to purchase KTM products at any participating KTM North America dealership.

Expanding its trackside support to the west coast at select events in 2022, KTM is proud to once again support orange bleeders at amateur motocross events such as Daytona Amateur Supercross, Freestone Spring Championship, Mini Olympics, Arizona Open and the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s. Additionally, trackside support will be available at all 13 rounds of the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series and at AMA National Enduro Series, as well as select offroad events out west, with emergency parts and service.

KTM offers incentives for amateur (dealer credits) and professional (cash) riders when they earn top finishes while riding KTM motorcycles at select national and regional racing events across the United States. For more information on the full 2022 contingency program, payout structures and to sign up, visit KTMCash.com.

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