SANTA FE SPRINGS, CA – April 27, 2021 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – Vance & Hines, one of the nation’s premier performance motorcycle accessory manufacturers, announced a contingency sponsorship program offering payouts to riders in the NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle (PSM) class who use the new Vance & Hines VHIL18504V Suzuki-based engine and Vance & Hines Carbon Pipe.
Riders that meet the requirements will receive $500 for a race win and $250 as a runner-up.
“Terry Vance and Byron Hines made a name for themselves and started this company at a racetrack. We do everything we can to support racing with great engines and components, this contingency payout is our way of saying thank you to our riders,” said President of Vance & Hines Mike Kennedy.
To qualify for the contingency payment, the rider must run the appropriate equipment and have Vance & Hines identification on their bike. The NHRA will determine who is awarded the payments. Vance & Hines Team riders are not eligible for this prize money.
About Vance & Hines:
The Vance & Hines brand has always been about enhancing the exhilaration of the motorcycle ride. It started over 40 years ago, when Terry Vance and Byron Hines were two young enthusiasts in the fledgling Southern California motorcycle drag race scene. Terry always wanted to go faster and Byron knew how to make that happen. In short order, their on-track success and innovation drew the attention of other racers, riders and motorcycle manufacturers, which ultimately translated to commercial demand for their products and services. Today, the Company’s mission and activity is the same; make bikes go faster on the racetrack and take those learnings to make impactful products for riders around the world. Since the Company’s inception in 1979, it has run factory race programs in partnership with Suzuki, Yamaha, Ducati and Harley-Davidson in drag racing, road racing and flat track. Vance & Hines is based in Santa Fe Springs CA and has its Racing Development Center is in Brownsville IN. Learn more about the company’s history and products at www.vanceandhines.com.
Source: Vance & Hines