Yamaha Road Race Contingency Program

New "Twins" and  "Junior Cup" classes added to MotoAmerica coverage.

2018 Yamaha Road Race Contingency Program

Event/Series Name# of EventsClassesTotal Posted
Moto America Series 20 Superbike $210,000
Moto America Series 17 Supersport $38,250
Moto America Series 8 Superstock 1000 $18,000
Moto America Series 9 Twins $20,250
Moto America Series 17 Jr Cup $25,500
Daytona 200 1 Daytona 200 $8,500
ASRA Sprint 8 600 Sportbike/Superstock $24,000
ASRA Team Challenge Series 8 GTU/GTO $24,000
WERA National Challenge 8 600 Superstock/Open Superstock $24,000
WERA Sprint  10 C Superstock/A Superstock/E Superstock $25,500
CCS Sprint 10 Middleweight/Unlimited/500 Supersport $25,500
CMRA Sprint 6 C Superstock &  A Superstock Exp/Ultra Lightweight GP  $15,300
CRA Sprint 6 Middleweight/Unlimited Supersport/Ultralight  $15,300
CVMA Sprint 6 Middleweight/Open/350 Supersport  $15,300
USBA 6 Middleweight/Open Superstock/Production 500  $15,300
MRA Sprint 6 Middleweight/Open Supersport/400 Production  $15,300
OMRRA Sprint 6 600/Open/Ultra Lightweight Supersport  $15,300
WMRRA Sprint 6 600/Open/Ultra Lightweight Supersport  $15,300
AFM North 6 600/Open/350 Production  $15,300


Road Race Contingency Regulations
  • Riders who have not turned in a 2018 Road Race Contingency form and an I.R.S. W-9 Form by October 31, 2018, will not be eligible for contingency earned in 2018.
  • Upon 2018 registration approval, NEW "bLU cRU" members will receive a reloadable Yamaha "bLU cRU" debit card within 2 to 6 weeks. 
  • First time registered riders will receive $45 credit on their bLUcRUswag.com account.
  • All registered winning riders will be issued credit to their Yamaha "bLU cRU" debit card upon confirmation of  winning results by the promoter.
  • Only 2017 and newer U.S. model YZF-R6 and YZF-R1's purchased in the United States are eligible.
  • 2015 and newer U.S. model YZF-R3's  purchased in the United States are eligible.
  • 2017 model FZ-07's, 2018 model MT-07's, and 2018 model XSR-700's purchased in the United States are eligible for MotoAmerica's "Twins" class.
  • Race results must be received from promoter within 30 days of event in order for contingency to be paid. 
  • Yamaha will not pay an event when the promoter fails to send in race results within 30 days of the race date.
  • YZF-R6s will be eligible for contingency in 600cc classes only, not in Open classes.
  • The correct "Tuning Fork YAMAHA" logo as well as the "bLU cRU" logo must be prominently displayed on the left and right side of each machines fairing
    to be eligible.
  • The "bLU cRU" logo must be prominently displayed on the upper chest area of each rider's suit to be eligible.
  • Logo's are available from event promoters.
  • YZF-R3s, R6s and R1s must maintain standard appearance  bodywork to be eligible.
  • There must be a minimum of 7 riders in a class to be eligible for contingency.
  • Promoter must confirm, within 30 days of event, that rider met qualifications before contingency will be paid.
  • Must have a valid U.S. social security number to be eligible.
  • Program details are subject to change without notice at Yamaha Motor Corporation’s direction.

For any questions regarding the Yamaha Road Race Contingency Program, contact Yamaha Racing Contingency Dept. phone: 714-761-7509, fax: 714-229-7974 or email to: racingcontingency@yamaha-motor.com