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BMW Motorrad USA Announces 2018 Race Contingency Program

Woodcliff Lake, NJ – January 10, 2018… BMW Motorrad USA has expanded its Race Contingency Program for 2018 by offering current and prospective BMW racers incentives to compete on more models and race series than ever before. In addition to offering race rewards for riders competing on the bestselling BMW S 1000 RR superbike in the MotoAmerica Series, BMW Motorrad USA is enhancing its contingency program to support riders competing on the HP4 Race, R nine T Heritage family and the G 310 R in a broader range of road racing series and events throughout
the year.

“BMW is pleased to offer over $1.6 million in contingency money to racers piloting a 2015 -2018 model year BMW S 1000 RR, HP4 Race, R nine T and G 310 R in several 2018 national and international race series,” commented Michael Peyton, Vice President, BMW Motorrad North America.

“We are also reinforcing our commitment to privateer BMW S 1000 RR motorcycle racers by offering professional trackside support from certified BMW HP Race Engineer Steve Weir and Professional Racer Nate Kern, who will serve as BMW Motorsports advisors at races and at bike set-up events at our retailers,” added Peyton.

BMW Motorrad’s Contingency Program is managed online via XTRM Performance Network, which provides real time distribution and management of contingency money payouts, results tracking and social media marketing. Racers piloting a qualifying S 1000 RR, HP4 Race, R nineT or G 310 R can enroll by logging into to cash in on their performance.

BMW Motorrad also offers MotoAmerica racers the opportunity to shine on an international level with the international BMW Motorrad Race Trophy. The Race Trophy provides a platform for racers piloting an S 1000 RR, HP4 or a sidecar with BMW engine, to compete at venues around the world. The BMW Motorrad Race Trophy 2018 is comprised of 27 championships that stage over 290 races in 26 countries on six continents. The overall winner is awarded 15,000 euro, the top 30 riders collect bonuses of 100,000 euro in total. All winners of the several defined categories receive a trophy and additional bonus for their achievements. For more information about the BMW Motorrad Race Trophy, visit: