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2020 Suzuki Contingency Program Rules

Contingency Program Qualifications

  • Competitors must enroll and verify registered VIN for qualifying vehicles.
  • See chart below for eligible models.
  • All winnings will be issued once results are validated by the race promoter or an official representative and submitted to XTRM for processing.
  • U.S. certified models sold by authorized Suzuki dealers are eligible. See chart for specific models.
    • Eligible Models
      Model Year
      2020 2019 2018 All
  • The Suzuki logo (all models) and standard production colors must be predominantly featured on the machine.
    • There will be no updating of Suzuki eqipment. A given model year must remain stock per that model year's Suzuki service manual.
      • For example, you may not install a 2015 RM-Z250 model year engine into a 2016 RM-ZZ250 model year frame. In the case of flat track, for modified SV engines maybe used without frame.
    • A Suzuki logo must be visible on both sides of the main fairing or on both sides of the tail section or swingarm.
    • The Suzuki logo must remain on the gas tank.
  • In order to be paid, Participants must hold an expert license and have a valid U.S. Social Security Number or taxpayer ID number.
  • Participants must have a valid U.S. address.
  • Minimum Rider Count:
    • There must be a minimum of (7) riders in a class for all paying positions to be paid.
    • For classes with (3) to (6) riders, the top (2) positions will be paid.
    • No payments will be made to any riders with classes less than the required minimum of (3) riders.
  • Contingency will be paid to the Sales Registered owner. The Sales Registration must be on file with Suzuki prior to race date.
  • All Suzuki ontingency will be paid via XTRM AnyPay™ digital wallet using as processor.
  • Factory-supported teams and/or riders are ineligible for Suzuki contingency.
  • Competitors have 45 days from the date of the race to inquire about missing payments.
  • Claims received more than 45 days after the race will not be processed.
  • In cases of dual sanctioned events, the rider will be paid for one event only.
  • Riders will be paid for (2) classes per registered motorcycle. If more than (2) classes are raced, the rider will be paid for the (2) highest earning amounts.
  • Any rider that falsifies a contingency claim will be disqualified from all future contingency programs. Program details and qualifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Race dates and locations are selected by the promoter. For information regarding a specific race/event, contact the respective promoter.
  • For multi-day events, only the last day of the event will award contingency.
  • In all matters relating to the interpretation or application of any guideline or condition of this program, the decision of Suzuki Motor of America shall be final.
  • By submitting this claim, Rider and/or Parent/Guardian if Rider is a minor, grants Suzuki a license to use Rider�s name, signature, voice, photograph, video, image, likeness, racing number or similar material in any advertisement or sales promotion related to Suzuki products.
  • All contingency earned in 2020 must be claimed for reimbursement by January 01, 2021

Suzuki Motor of America has the right to cancel or modify this program at any time, without prior notice.

* Program details are subject to change without notice.

Suzuki, the "Amateur Racing" logo, and Suzuki model and product names are Suzuki Trademarks © Suzuki Motor USA, LLC. 2020.


Race Promoters: Apply now for next year's contingency program. [download application]
* Return no later than December 31, 2020