KTM Announces Details for 2021 Contingency Program

MURRIETA, CA – August 26, 2020 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) –  Standing behind its ‘READY TO RACE’ commitment, KTM North America, Inc. has been hard at work adapting its 2020 race contingency program to provide orange bleeders with the most up-to-date scheduling and payout information in regards to the ongoing pandemic. As racing steadily recommences in the U.S., the brand is excited to also announce details for its 2021 race contingency on KTM.com.

2021 KTM Contingency

Supporting over 180 series nationally, KTM will continue offering competitive race rewards for amateur racers in KTM CASH dealer credit that can be used at any participating KTM Dealer; and for Pro racers, KTM offers a competitive earning potential in the form of a KTM Debit Card.


With many incentives to ride orange, the KTM brand continues to be a popular choice for professional racers in the AMA Supercross and Pro Motocross Championships and once again offers a competitive payout via the KTM Debit Card program.


In addition to its unwavered support of the KTM Orange Brigade Amateur Motocross program, KTM is proud to once again support KTM-mounted riders at amateur motocross events such as Daytona Amateur Supercross, Freestone Spring Championship, Mammoth motocross, Mini Olympics and the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s. Additionally, the comprehensive contingency program supports many regional motocross series throughout the U.S. Please refer to KTM.com for the proposed 2021 series and payout schedules.


With the return of many National offroad series, KTM is pleased to once again support orange riders in the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series, Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series, National Enduro Series and World Off Road Championship Series (WORCS). Additionally, KTM has expanded its Regional offroad payouts to pay per race, rather than series end.


The American Flat Track Series has resumed with a full 2020 schedule and KTM is offering competitive per-race contingency and overall championship bonuses for the AFT Singles Class, AFT Production Twins and AFT Supertwins class, in addition to providing support for the Flat Track Futures Series when it returns to racing.


While the MotoAmerica Road Race Championship Series has been put on hold, KTM will continue to support orange riders in American Federation of Motorcycles (AFM) Series, American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) and the Motorcycle Roadracing Association (WMRRA).

The 2020 KTM Contingency program has not changed despite the recent schedule updates and postponements, therefore all eligible series and events will continue to be supported and riders who have raced in events while the program was closed will be awarded. Please check the events page for updated information as it is revised daily.

For more information on the full 2020 contingency program, payout structures and to sign up, visit www.KTMCash.com. KTM offers incentives for amateur (dealer credits) and professional (cash) riders when they earn top finishes while riding KTM motorcycles at select events across the United States. Remember to visit KTM.com in preparation for the 2021 race contingency program.

Source: KTM North America, Inc. 

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