Program dates are January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014.
Contingency payments will only be paid to riders with a valid U.S. social security number and a valid U.S. mailing address.
Register for the program prior to receiving contingency. Riders will not qualify for contingency payments prior to enrollment date.
All Kawasaki warranty-sales registrations for retail sales must be processed by Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (“KMC”) before contingency will be paid.
Riders can earn contingency in two classes per VIN. Each vehicle identification number (VIN) may be registered to only one rider at a time. At dual sanctioned events, riders will be paid for one event only.
KMC will pay only one division of the same class. If a class is split into multiple divisions, the race officials must notify riders on which is the contingency paying class.
There must be a minimum of six (6) riders in a class for full contingency to be paid out. No payments will be issued in classes of less than six (6) riders. DNS is not considered as an entry. For all team race series, each team will be limited to one contingency payment per entry.
Any rider falsifying claims will automatically be disqualified from the program.
No payments will be issued after January 15, 2015 for the 2014 Kawasaki Contingency program. It is the responsibility of each rider to track and verify all eligible finishes and payments from Kawasaki. Any missed payments or errors must be reported to Kawasaki prior to January 15, 2015.
Program rules are subject to change without notice.
Every racer must submit a signed W-9 via
mail. Go to
to download form. You can send to the
All program elements, interpretation of rules,
and substitution, modification or withdrawal
of any program element are at the sole
discretion of KMC. Interpretation of rules by
KMC is final.
ANY QUESTIONS? CONTACT KAWASAKI.
Phone: (949) 770-0400 ext. 2633
Fax: (949) 460-5612
Address: Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A.
PO Box 25252
Santa Ana, CA 92799-5252