Kawasaki MotoAmerica Contingency Announced

Andrew Lee won the 2019 MotoAmerica Stock 1000 class on his Kawasaki. Kawasaki won all 11 Stock 1000 races in 2019. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

If a MotoAmerica rider wins a Superbike race during the 2020 series while riding a Kawasaki ZX-10R that rider will walk away with $15,000 in Kawasaki contingency. Win both Superbike races over the course of a MotoAmerica weekend and the result is a cool $30,000 from Kawasaki.

Kawasaki has announced its MotoAmerica contingency for the 2020 season and the company is putting up cash rewards in all five classes, led by Superbike and its $66,000 for two races (paying back to fifth place – 15,000 to win, $10,000 for second, $5000 for third, $2000 for fourth and $1000 for fifth) over the course of the weekend for a total of $660,000 for the MotoAmerica Superbike season.

A victory in a Stock 1000 race will earn the winning rider $5000 with a Supersport victory worth $3000. Ditto for the Twins Cup, which will also pay $3000 for a win, and a victory a Liqui Moly Junior Cup will pay $2500. Kawasaki will pay back to fifth place in all five classes.