Motorbike racing has grown as profitable sports industry with the high speed and cross-country racing roads. Annually, there are hundreds of pro motorcycle races around the world. Both racers and spectators feel exciting and attractive because of the power of speed as well strong willingness to overcome objects or barrier during the racing tracks. Whether you are fan of motorcycle racing or not, you have ever known about the earnings of a racer.
Actually earnings or rewards of athletes in per championship
should be secretive because there is no correct statistics about their annual
earnings. However promotions and price for the winner on two wheels can be
gleaned from official leagues can be useful to broaden your knowledge about the
adventurous sport like motorcycle racing.
Motorcycle racing classes
Firstly, we should know about
other circuits and classes in racing. Depending on character of other leagues,
racing has unique circuit. It can be ice-track circuit or public roads and
There are main classes like: Motorcycle Grand Prix (including 3 small categories: Moto3, Moto2 and Moto GP), Superbike, Endurance and Supercross.
The Supercross category
According to motorcycle racing,
racer can receive purse money firstly which is paid by the organizers at the
finish line. It can be paid to one rider as well his team.
Secondly, if rider becomes winner,
he will get bonuses which is paid by several sponsors of this league or owner of
motorcycle who employs riders to join this racing.
For example: about the top
Supercross prizewinner which was held in 2013. Ryan Villopoto was a winner so
he could receive $151,540 in purses, $1 million in bonuses. This number is
really attractive to all riders. Furthermore, his sponsor gave $100,000 from
the points schedule and a $1 million championship bonus as commit. It makes
valuable earning for a motorcycle racer.