$400,000 in Husqvarna GNCC Contingency

February 19, 2009
Courtesy of GNCC Racing
Grand National Cross Country Racing

Long-time Can-Am Grand National Cross Country supporter Husqvarna is doling out $406,075 in contingency for the 2009 GNCC Series. The funds will be spread over 25 classes in the form of series’ bonuses and individual race performance rewards. Husqvarna awards the XC1 class race winner $5,000, followed by $2,500 for second, and $1,000 for third.

“Last season the Husqvarna National Contingency Program paid out a serious amount of money to Husqvarna riders throughout the country and our intention is to keep the momentum going in 2009,” said Scot Harden, Husqvarna Sales & Marketing Manager.

“Any way you slice it this 2009 contingency program is a further demonstration of Husqvarna’s deep commitment to the sport of off-road racing and it is our sincere hope to reward the many riders who support the U.S. off-road racing scene, too,” Harden said.

Husqvarna Motorcycles NA, LLC has formed a pact with XTRM Sports Network. With a potential payout of more than $12-million, Husqvarna’s National Contingency Fund will be offered online via www.XTRM.com covering a broad spectrum of motorcycle racing events.

For more information on the GNCC payout, 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 in River Ranch, FL on February 28- March 3. For more information on the race, visit www.gnccracing.com

About GNCC Racing: The Can-Am Grand National Cross Country series is America’s premier off-road racing series. Founded in 1973, the 13-round championship is produced exclusively by Racer Productions. Cross-country racing is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world. The grueling three-hour GNCC races lead as many as 1,800 riders through tracks ranging in length from eight to 12 miles. With varied terrain, including hills, woods, mud, dirt, rocks and motocross sections, GNCC events are tests of both survival and speed. Riders compete for more than $3 million in prize money, which draws talent from all over the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand. GNCC Racing is televised and airs every Saturday and Thursday on the Versus Network. For more information, please visit www.gnccracing.com.

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