2018 Canadian Kawasaki Motors Racing Contingency Program: Road Racing

Canadian Kawasaki Motors is thrilled to be supporting Canadian road racers for the 2018 season

Contingency is available at 20 road races for the 2018 season, and racers competing on approved Kawasaki Ninja models are eligible to win

Contingency is available at 20 road races for the 2018 season, and racers competing on approved Kawasaki Ninja models are eligible to win — Photo courtesy Kawasaki

Canadian Kawasaki Motors (CKM) is pleased to announce its 2018 road racing contingency program. CKM will be offering cash and dealership credit incentives to support Kawasaki riders across the Pro Superbike, Pro Sport Bike, and Amateur Lightweight Sport Bike divisions of the Canadian Superbike Championship series. Contingency is available at 20 road races for the 2018 season, and racers competing on approved Kawasaki Ninja models are eligible to win.

The championship-winning Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and Ninja ZX-6R have dominated road racing series worldwide and across Canada. They return to Kawasaki’s 2018 Pro Superbike and Pro Sport Bike fleet to continue their proven performance on the racetrack.

All-new for 2018, the class-leading Ninja 400 will join its Ninja 250 and Ninja 300 siblings as an aggressive new contender to the championship title in the Amateur Lightweight Sport Bike class. The Ninja 400 has seen a complete redesign and offers a highly competitive package from its ultra light weight to its strong engine performance.

Canadian Kawasaki Motors is thrilled to be supporting Canadian road racers for the 2018 season and looks forward to an exciting summer on the track.

Find more information and forms at https://www.kawasaki.ca/media/mediamanager/2018-05/2018-Road-Racing-Contingency-English.pdf

 


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