Last year’s Superbike Cup top three Jake Lewis, Travis Wyman, and Corey Alexander receive their bonus payouts at Barber Motorsports Park. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.
Racers who compete in the 2022 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Series have an opportunity to earn $6,713,700 in purse money and contingency support from MotoAmerica, motorcycle manufacturers, aftermarket parts manufacturers, safety gear companies, and MotoAmerica series partners.
MotoAmerica’s purse, which is distributed across six race classes including Medallia Superbike, Supersport, Stock 1000, Twins Cup, Mission King Of The Baggers, and Roland Sands Design’s Super Hooligan National Championship, totals $1,830,500. Superbike Premier Entrants receive a guaranteed purse distribution of $3,500 for each of the 20 Superbike races, which totals $70,000 for the 2022 season.
For Stock 1000 racers who compete in the Superbike Cup, the top-three riders in the Superbike Cup final standings will receive $25,000, $10,000, and $5,000, respectively. This is in addition to the free Superbike Cup entries and free Dunlop tires that the eligible riders receive.
The motorcycle manufacturers (OEMs) are offering contingency support to the riders who compete aboard their motorcycles in the 2022 MotoAmerica Championship, and BMW, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Indian, KTM, Kawasaki, and Yamaha have collectively posted payouts that total $4,675,950.
In addition to MotoAmerica’s purse and the motorcycle manufacturers’ contingency support, racers competing in the MotoAmerica Championship are also eligible to receive support from Drag Specialties, 4SR, and Vance & Hines that totals $207,250.
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