Longtime NASA supporter Motion Control Suspension has renewed its contingency program for 2023. This year’s program is changed a bit. Rather than paying product credits for first place, fourth place and sixth place, MCS is now paying out for first, second and sixth.

Payouts vary by class, with up to $175 available for first-place finishers in American Iron Extreme, German Touring Series, Super Touring and Time Trial. Second place pays $75 and sixth pays $50.

First place in Spec E46, Spec Iron and NASA Prototype is eligible for $100 in product credits. Second pays $100 and sixth pays $50. Certificates will now be good until February 2, 2025 to give drivers more time to take advantage of the program.

You can find all the forms information at the MCS Contingency page.

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