Over $570,000 in support is up for grabs as Harley-Davidson contingency programs are announced for the 2024 racing season.
The newly announced Harley-Davidson Contingency Programs for the 2024 MotoAmerica and American Flat Track season offer substantial financial support for racers, totaling more than $570,000. This initiative marks a significant investment in the American Flat Track series and the MotoAmerica Mission Foods King of the Baggers and Super Hooligan Series, underlining Harley-Davidson’s commitment to the sport and its competitors.
Harley-Davidson’s Factory Racing Team is preparing to participate in the MotoAmerica road racing series in 2024 with Kyle Wyman and James Rispoli as riders, using race-modified Road Glide motorcycles with Screamin’ Eagle Milwaukee-Eight 131 Performance Crate Engines.
The Mission Foods King of the Baggers Contingency has expanded to 16 races and has a cash contingency of $263,000 for qualified Harley-Davidson racers, with rewards available for first to 10th place, along with a $35,000 championship bonus.
The contingency program for racers competing in the SuperTwins class during the 2024 Progressive American Flat Track series will offer $185,000 in contingency funds for eligible SuperTwins class riders, paying from first to tenth place and a $20,000 championship bonus. The season will start with the Daytona Short Track double-header in March.
2024 also sees the debut of the Mission Foods Super Hooligan Contingency by Harley-Davidson. This series focuses on 750cc-and-up high-bar street bikes, offering a dynamic road racing experience. With a prize pool of $123,000, Harley-Davidson is committing to rewarding racers from first to 10th place, topped with a $20,000 championship bonus.
These Harley-Davidson Contingency Programs reflect the brand’s ongoing support for motorcycle racing, enhancing the sport’s competitiveness and appeal, supporting racers financially, and contributing to the overall growth and excitement of the sport.