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Cycle News 1992 03 04

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Suzuki gives you plenty of chances to win big mOlle}\ Unfortunately, these guys might noL * S UZ Uk ' PAYTa THE ORDER OF _ J Dt U/\ J /(' IiI L1 /L ~ 1 991 IlL 5 aaa --9 1991 NA NALCUP FI AL TIO GSX·R naa ClAS HAMPION For the 7th consecutive year Suzuki will make a major commitment to grass roots American road racers by offe ring a whopping $741,000 worth of contingency funds. This money is offered to guys like you, who race GSXR600s, GSX-R750s and GSX·RllOOs. And while you may never challenge riders like Kurt Ha ll, you don't have to be the best to cash in; Suzuki's National Cup contingency program pays back to tenth place at each and every club race. Contingency money can also be earned at the AMA/CCS Supe rsport Nationals, WERA and AMA/CCS End ura nce Series and the WERA F-USA Series. Suzuki specifically designed this series to showcase riding talent-not exotic trick bikes. This is where pros like Michael Smith and Britt Turkington started. Riders compete in 10 regions with the best qualifying for the $60,000 National Cup Finals held at world famous Road At lanta. A free brochure listing affiliate clubs, tracks/locations, dates and National Cup rules is available at your local Suzuk i motorcycle dealer. This is your chance to earn a piece of the pie. But you'll have your work cut out for you. These guys don't like to share. \'$ suzUKJ 'd The n e y o u'v e b" "n waiting to r. _ Suz uki firmly believes motorcycle rocing belongs in one ploce -on the rocetrcc k. Tothis end. the 1992 Suz uki Nat io nal Cup Series is de sig ned to promote motorcycle road racing a n the trac k in a controlled. close d-course enviro nment. for the name of the nearest Suzuki motorcycle dealer. ca ll 1-800-255-2550.

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