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Performance Finance extends partnership with Indian Motorcycle Race Team

This development marks the second consecutive year of the partnership between Performance Finance and Indian Motorcycle Race Team. 

Performance Finance, a leading national lender specialising in the powersports industry, has extended its sponsorship of the Indian Motorcycle Race Team for the 2024 Super Hooligan and King of the Baggers series.

This marks the second consecutive year of the partnership. 

Tom Collins, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Performance Finance, said, “We are proud to align ourselves with Indian Motorcycle, a brand synonymous with heritage, performance, and passion. This sponsorship represents our dedication to supporting the motorcycling community and our enthusiasm for the thrilling world of racing. We look forward to seeing the Performance Finance logo featured on the Indian race motorcycle as it competes in the Super Hooligan and King of the Bagger series.”

Nat Franklin, Senior Vice President, Performance Finance, said, “We invite our thousands of customers and all motorcycle enthusiasts and racing fans to follow the Indian Motorcycle’s Race Team’s journey throughout these race series. The races are all across the nation and go through September. Join us for thrilling races, exciting moments, and a display of Performance Finance commitment to performance and excellence.” 

Performance Finance, a division of the prominent Evergreen Bank Group, streamlines the financing process for dealers and customers of Polaris Off-Road, Indian Motorcycle, Polaris Snowmobile, and Slingshot vehicles.

Indian Motorcycle boasts a rich racing heritage, carried forward by two active teams. The legendary Wrecking Crew name roars back on the flat track circuit with star riders like Jared Mees and Briar Bauman. For the adrenaline-pumping Super Hooligan and King of the Baggers races, the Indian factory team features seasoned veterans Tyler O’Hara and Troy Herfoss, known for pushing the limits on modified versions of iconic Indian motorcycles like the Challenger.

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