KTM Offers $136,750 in GNCC Contingency

ATV.com Staff
by ATV.com Staff
Austrian manufacturer focusing on Pro classes

Long-time Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series supporter KTM has announced its 2009 GNCC contingency program. The ATV program pays out for all 13 rounds, while the bike program provides year-end awards for KTM riders who do well in their final class point standings.

For ATV, KTM awards the XC1 class race winner $1,500, followed by $1,000 for second, and $500 for third. The XC2 race winner earns $750, second takes home $500 and third $250. KTM also pays contingency in a variety of amateur classes.

The bike program awards the GNCC Series Overall Champion $3,000 followed by $2,000 for second and $1,000 for third. The XC2 Pro Lites Champion receives $1,000. KTM also pays contingency in a variety of bike amateur classes.

Adam McGill will be gunning for some KTM contingency money this season.

“KTM is happy to announce that it will continue to support the loyal KTM customers with a GNCC contingency program for 2009,” says Antti Kallonen, KTM off-road team manager. “In addition, KTM will also continue its customer service trackside support program for all KTM riders at each round of the GNCC Series.”

For more information on GNCC contingenc programs, visit www.gnccracing.com/pages/2009-gncc-contingency-programs.

The 2009 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series begins with The Parts Unlimited River Ranch GNCC in River Ranch, Fla. on February 28- March 3.

ATV.com Staff
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