American Honda will offer the powersports industry’s most generous Red Rider Rewards payouts for MotoAmerica’s Superbike and Stock 1000 classes this year. The new season of the AMA’s professional road racing national championship will see Red Riders competing for an available total of over $1 million across the series’ top categories, with additional payouts going to the Mini Cup series. This is Honda’s richest racing-contingency offering ever for MotoAmerica – well over twice as high as the 2023 season.
At each round, the program offers payments to Red Riders in the top 10 finishing positions in MotoAmerica’s top two classes, including a whopping $25,000 for a Superbike win and $10,000 for a Stock 1000 victory. Red Rider Rewards benefit racers who battle at the front of the pack to 10th place, which pays out $2,000 and $1,000, respectively.
“It’s been exciting to see MotoAmerica continue to improve their program, and the series is really hitting its stride,” says Brandon Wilson, manager of Racing & Experiential Marketing at American Honda. “Road racing plays an important role in Honda’s heritage, including a rich record of success in AMA-sanctioned competition. That being the case, we’re excited to significantly increase our offerings for Superbike and Stock 1000 racers of our CBR sport bikes. In addition, we’re pleased to support tomorrow’s stars with our offerings in the Mini Cup series. We’re confident that Red Riders will enjoy their best MotoAmerica season ever in 2024, and we look forward to rewarding them for their efforts.”
Honda’s Red Rider Rewards program also continues to offer generous payouts in other disciplines this year, including motocross, Supercross, SuperMotocross, off-road and ATV and side-by-side competition. For more information, visit the Honda Powersports website.