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2019 Can-Am ATV and Side-By-Side Vehicle Contingency Program

Can-Am will once again support Can-Am off-road vehicle owners with its Can-Am Racing Contingency and Amateur Support Program for 2019. Racers who compete on approved vehicles in an appropriate series in North America can be eligible for cash payouts during the 2019 racing season.

 

Contingency cash is paid out in numerous U.S. national and regional racing series for both ATV and side-by-side racing. Those series include the Best In The Desert (BITD), SCORE International desert series, ULTRA4 King of the Hammers (KOH), World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS), Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) ATV series, the Heartland Challenge endurance race, Lucas Oil Off Road Regional Series (LOORRS), SxS Sports series, the American Cross Country Championship XC Racing Series (AXCC) and other regional racing series. For the 2019 season, select events have contingency money reserved per race, provided the minimum amounts of entries compete at each event (see details).

Eligible Can-Am racers can earn $5,000 USD for a first-place finish in the BITD and SCORE International UTV Pro Production Turbo classes of each series at each event. A podium finish in either of these desert racing series events breaks down as $5,000 (first), $2,000 (second) and $1,000 (third). ATV racers can secure up to $1,000 USD per racing victory in the GNCC series (4×4 Pro), Heartland Challenge, and the Quad Pro ranks in both the BITD and SCORE International series.

 

The Qualified Can-Am Amateur Racer Support program requires participants to purchase a new or unused ATV or side-by-side vehicle and also register it with an authorized Can-Am dealer. The list of ATVs includes 2015 and newer Renegade and Outlander 4×4 models at varying displacement levels. Approved side-by-side vehicles include 2015 and newer Can-Am Maverick and all 2017-2019 Maverick X3 Turbo R side-by-side vehicles. The period runs January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019.

A minimum of seven (7) riders in a class (in any event) must start the race for contingency to be paid.

For more information on Can-Am racing, the full 2019 schedule and the contingency program, please email: [email protected]. For more information about Can-Am off-road products, visit CanAmOffRoad.com.

 

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