BRP Continues Its Can-Am Amateur Racer Support
February 17, 2014
BRP announced that it will continue its Can-Am Amateur Racer Support program for 2014.
Owners with eligible, 2012 or newer, Can-Am ATVs can apply for the program.
“BRP understands the passion and commitment required to compete for racing championships. That’s why we created both our Can-Am Amateur Racer Support and Can-Am X-Team contingency programs as a way to bolster and reward racers for their efforts,” says Jeff Leclerc, Can-Am’s racing project leader.
“We view it as a way give back to those who choose to support the brand and, win or lose, we’re thrilled that they selected Can-Am,” he says.
Amateur racers who want to take part in the program must buy a qualifying new or unused ATV and register with an authorized Can-Am dealer. The list of ATVs includes the all 2012 or newer DS 450, Renegade and select Outlander models.
Once they become eligible, racers who compete in applicable regional or national racing series can qualify for a vehicle rebate. Qualified racers can receive up to a $1,000 factory discount on all eligible ATVs. However, eligible vehicle numbers are limited and the program will conclude once BRP reaches that number.
Qualified racers can receive cash payouts in the amount earned based on their qualifying finishes. Payments are mailed directly to the participant or legal guardian. Upon the conclusion of the 2014 season, BRP will also award contingency payouts for overall championships earned.
Contingency cash is paid out in numerous racing series.
For complete details visit www.can-amxteam.com.