AMA Supercross calendar tweaked

The 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross schedule has been adjusted to include a third race in Indianapolis, Indiana. Lucas Oil Stadium will now host a trio of races as Rounds 4 and 5 will take place on Saturday, January 30 and Tuesday, February 2 as originally planned and Round 6 will now take place on Saturday,

Tuesday races just part of AMA SX shake-up

Feld Entertainment, Inc., today announced the schedule for the upcoming 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season. Tickets go on sale in early December as Supercross fans are welcomed back into stadiums at reduced capacities. For the second consecutive year, the season will conclude in Utah, as

Supercross set to restart this month!

The 2020 Supercross series is expected to start again on May 31 in Salt Lake City in an announcement that is due to be released tonight at 11pm UK time. It's not known if it will be held behind closed doors with no spectators and a skeleton crew or team

Detroit and Indy Supercrosses axed

Both the Detroit and Indianapolis Supercross races have been axed due to the Cornovirus situation in the USA. The Seattle round has also been postponed, meaning all three of the events in March are now off. That means only four rounds remain, on April 4, 18, 25 and May 2, unless

Tomac talks of his Anaheim win

Tomac took the win Eli Tomac and his No. 3 Monster Energy Kawasaki KX™450 ascended to the top step of the podium at Round 3 of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship. Racing returned to Anaheim, California for the second and final stop at Angel Stadium, with Tomac grabbing

Supercross power rankings revealed

A panel of 75 people ranging from past Supercross Champions and experts in the industry voted on who should be ranked in the Top 10 in both the 450SX Class and 250SX Class. These are the first official results for Supercross Power Rankings... https://youtu.be/RxhZviwE-q4

Atlanta Supercross Mains in Full

Check out the main events form the Atlanta Supercross, where the 450s continued their battle and it was the 250 East/ West shootout!

Supercross – What’s changed in 2019?

After six rounds of the 2019 Supercross championship, we don't really have a clear cut champion in waiting. Ken Roczen is the red plate leader but hasn't won a race, Cooper Webb who some say is a surprise package this year has taken the chequers on three occasions and is

Deano’s back on factory Husky!

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing has recruited Briton Dean Wilson back to the team, racing in the 450SX premier class. Wilson will start this coming weekend, racing in Minneapolis, through the remainder of the AMA Supercross World Championship, where he currently tied for fifth in points for title contention.  Dean Wilson