Press Release –
Yamaha announced today that it is posting up to $86,000 in contingency prize money for eligible racers competing in select United States Cross Country classes.
“The USCC has done a tremendous job putting together a high quality and professional cross country race series,” said Yamaha Race Manager Greg Marier. “We encourage racers to take the Yamaha 4-Stroke Challenge in this series by offering this contingency prize program.”
Contingency prize money will be awarded as follows:
Red Lake 500, Pro Stock 600 class only
1st Place: $7,500
2nd Place: $2,000
3rd Place: $1,000
4th Place: $400
5th Place: $200
All other U.S.C.C. Events, both Pro Stock 600 and Pro Open classes*
1st Place: $2,000
2nd Place: $1,000
3rd Place: $500
4th Place: $200
5th Place: $100
* In order to be paid for both Pro Stock and Pro Open finishes, each class must be completely separate events.
Year-end championship awards will be made as follows:
U.S.C.C. Season-end Pro Stock 600 Championship: $2,500
U.S.C.C. Season-end Pro Open Championship: $1,000
U.S.C.C. Season-end Semi-Pro Stock 600 Championship: $1,000
U.S.C.C. Season-end Veterans Stock 600 Championship: $1,000
U.S.C.C. Season-end Masters Stock 600 Championship: $1,000
To be eligible for this contingency program, racers must compete with an ISR class-legal Yamaha Apex or Attak 4-stroke snowmobile with a stock-appearing hood and factory color and graphics.
Additionally, Yamaha will pay the contingency awards only when each class has a minimum of six entries.
For more information on collecting contingency prizes, contact USCC at 701-248-2029.