Michelin Distributor Spencer Names Additional Local At-track Distributors And Releases Contingency Details

Michelin Distributor Spencer Names Additional Local At-track Distributors And Releases Contingency Details

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Freddie Spencer’s High Performance Product Line, the Michelin race tire distributor in for the western United States, has named additional at-track distributors and announced details of contingency programs for WMRRA, OMRRA and MRA regional racers.

Additional at-track distributors for Michelin tires in the western U.S. now include:

Washington, WMRRA, Seattle International Raceway, Spokane Raceway: Bellevue Suzuki Ducati, Alan Thain, Scott Casey

Oregon, OMRRA, Portland International Raceway: Rose City Cycles, Tom Young

Colorado, MRA, Second Creek Raceway, Pikes Peak International Raceway, Pueblo Motorsports Park, Continental Divede Racepark: Mark Schellinger

Racers in WMRRA, OMRRA and MRA are eligible for the Freddie Bucks contingency program.

In OMRRA 600cc Supersport, 750cc Supersport and Open Supersport, the program pays $200 for first, $150 for second, $100 for third, $75 for fourth and $50 for fifth. In OMRRA 600cc Superbike and 750cc Superbike, the program pays $100 for first, $75 for second, $50 for third, $40 for fourth and $30 for fifth. In OMRRA 125cc Grand Prix, the program pays $75 for first, $50 for second, $25 for third, $10 for fourth and $10 for fifth. In OMRRA 600cc Novice, 750cc Novice and Open Novice, the program pays $50 for first, $25 for second, and $10 for third, fourth and fifth.

In WMRRA 600cc Supersport, 750cc Supersport and Open Supersport, the program pays $200 for first, $150 for second, $100 for third, $75 for fourth and $50 for fifth. In WMRRA Formula Ultra, Formula Thunder and Formula II, the program pays $100 for first, $80 for second, $70 for third and $40 for fifth. In WMRRA 125cc Grand Prix, the program pays $75 for first, $50 for second, $25 for third and $10 for fourth and fifth.

In MRA Race Of The Rockies, the program pays $200 for first, $150 for second, $100 for third, $75 for fourth and $50 for fifth. In MRA Open Supersport, Heavyweight Supersport, Middleweight Supersport, Open Superbike, Heavyweight Superbike and Middleweight Superbike, the program pays $150 for first, $100 for second, $75 for third, $50 for fourth and $40 for fifth. In MRA Supertwins GTO, Supertwins GTU, Amateur/Novice GTO and GTU, the program pays $125 for first, $100 for second, $75 for third, $50 for fourth and $40 for fifth.

To be eligible, riders must use Michelin tires front and rear, display Michelin stickers on both sides of the motorcycle and on the fork legs or front fender, list Michelin as a sponsor, and fill out a contingency form and have it verified by a series official before racing begins on the day. All payments are in the form of Freddie Bucks, which can be used to purchase tires from Michelin at-track distributors associated with Freddie Spencer’s High Performance Product Line.

More information is available from www.fastfreddie.com or from Morgan Broadhead at (702) 591-8915, Bellevue Suzuki Ducati at (425) 747-7360, Rose City Cycle at (503) 320-2475 or from Mark Schellinger at (303) 944-0333.




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