Supercross 2017

The schedule for the much anticipated 2019 AMA Supercross season is out and there’s plenty to be stoked on with 17 rounds of the best racing on the planet coming our way from January 5.

Highlights of the reinvigorated 2019 schedule include the notable addition of Nashville’s Nissan Stadium for the first time in the sport’s 45-year history before swinging through Denver’s Broncos Stadium at Mile High for the first time since 1996. The 2019 schedule will once again feature three fan-favorite Triple Crown events and two East-West Showdowns, which will be revealed on October 23 when tickets go on sale. Supercross Futures, an AMA National Championship, will build upon the success of 2018’s four supercross amateur racing events, with Glendale being the first of eight beginning on January 13, 2019. The innovative concept will provide even greater access to the sport’s largest stage and help to foster a professional learning environment for budding amateur athletes earlier in their careers, while enabling top amateurs to earn Road to Supercross points toward their professional AMA Supercross license. Supercross Futures events will take place on Sunday directly following Saturday’s professional events with the championship being held October 20-21, 2019, after the Monster Energy Cup on October 19 in Las Vegas.

“We’re continuing to improve the fan experience and live entertainment aspect of the sport by using state-of-the-art technology, from spidercam footage and live heart rate monitor displays to featuring a festival-like atmosphere in the paddock,” Dave Prater, senior director of operations for Two-Wheel, Feld Entertainment, said. “As we head into 2019 with a brand-new defending champion for the first time in four years, Jason Anderson will certainly be the one to watch. That, combined with the sport’s first-ever developmental platform for supercross amateur racing, will ultimately set the stage for years to come.”



1 January 5 Angel Stadium Anaheim, CA
2 January 12 State Farm Stadium Glendale, AZ
3 January 19 Angel Stadium Anaheim, CA
4 January 26 Oakland-Alameda Coliseum Oakland, CA
5 February 2 Petco Park San Diego, CA
6 February 9 U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, MN
7 February 16 AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX
8 February 23 Ford Field Detroit, MI
9 March 2 Mercedez-Benz Stadium Atlanta, GA
10 March 9 Daytona International Speeway Daytona Beach, FL
11 March 16 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, IN
12 March 23 Centurylink Field Seattle, WA
13 March 30 NRG Stadium Houston, TX
14 April 6 Nissan Stadium Nashville, TN
15 April 13 Broncos Stadium at Mile High Denver, CO
16 April 27 MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
17 May 4 Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas, NV

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