2023 Yamaha Road Race Contingency Program
  • In recognition of production and delivery challenges Yamaha is maintaining model eligibility to three years (2021, 2022 & 2023) for the 2023 program!
  • Contingency models include YZF-R1, YZF-R7, YZF-R6, YZF-R3, MT-07 and TTR units.
  • New for 2023, MotoAmerica Mini Cup / 12 events
Event/Series Name # of Events Total Posted
Moto America Series - Superbike 20 $380,000
Moto America Series - Supersport 16 $153,000
Moto America Series - Stock 1000 10 $27,000
Moto America Series - Twins Cup 14 $87,500
Moto America Series - Junior Cup 12 $83,700
Moto America Series - (1st R3) 12 $4,500
MotoAmerica Series – Mini Cup 12  
Daytona 200 1 $8,500
ASRA Sprint 8 $21,600
ASRA Team Challenge Series 8 $21,600
WERA National Challenge 7 $28,350
WERA Sprint 10 $25,500
CCS Sprint 10 $25,500
AFM Sprint 6 $15,300
California Road Race Association 4 $12,750
CMRA Sprint 6 $15,300
CRA Sprint 5 $12,750
CVMA Sprint 6 $15,300
USBA Sprint 6 $15,300
MRA Sprint 6 $15,300
OMRRA Sprint 4 $10,200
WMRRA Sprint 5 $10,200
2023 Road Race Contingency Terms & Conditions
  • Riders must submit a 2023 Contingency registration form by November 30, 2023, to be eligible for contingency earned in 2023.
  • Upon 2023 registration approval, NEW “bLU cRU” members will receive a reloadable Yamaha "bLU cRU" debit card within 4 to 6 weeks.
  • "bLU cRU" members will also receive a Member ID number. Please record this number, your password and the email address that you signed up with.
  • All registered racers that earn Contingency will be issued credit to their reloadable Yamaha "bLU cRU" debit card after Yamaha receives confirmation of results from the promoter, rider has completed a registration form, submitted a valid 17-digit VIN# and an I.R.S. W-9 Form, even if the rider is a minor.
  • Riders who have not turned in a 2023 Contingency and W-9 Form by November 30, 2023 will not be eligible for contingency earned in 2023.
  • Only 2021 and newer U.S. model YZF-R3. YZF-R6, YZF-R7, YZF-R1, MT-07, XSR700 and TTR models purchased in the United States are eligible.
  • 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-R6's will be eligible for contingency in 600cc classes only, not in Open classes.
  • The "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 the rider's suit to be eligible.
  • Logo's are available from event promoters.
  • YZF-R3's, R6's, R7’s and R1's must maintain standard bodywork appearance 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 and file an I.R.S. W-9 form to be eligible.
  • Go to www.yamahabLUcRU.com for more details.
  • Program details are subject to change without notice at Yamaha Motor Corporation's discretion.
For any questions regarding the Yamaha Road Race Contingency Program, contact Yamaha Racing Contingency Dept. by phone: 714-761-7509 or email: racing_contingency@yamaha-motor.com.