A trip to Feld Motor Sports to attend a Supercross race would be a fantastic Christmas present. The Monster Energy AMA Supercross season is the most anticipated in years, uniting fans and spreading holiday pleasure.
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Monster Energy AMA Supercross is the world’s most prestigious and popular off-road motorcycle racing championship. These courageous athletes will participate in 17 events across 16 cities and 12 states on purpose-built dirt tracks. The Monster Energy AMA Supercross series is held on circuits featuring tight banking, fast straightaways, and difficult rhythm sections.
Tomac and Eli win the Salt Lake City Supercross in 2022.
Anaheim 1’s top player will be Eli Tomac.
Several of the world’s greatest motocross riders will compete in the 450SX Class in 2023. Jason Anderson will defend his Supercross title against reigning champion Eli Tomac and two-time world champion Cooper Webb. Chase Sexton, Adam Cianciarulo, Malcolm Stewart, Justin Barcia, Aaron Plessinger, and Christy Prior will compete, as will Frenchman Ken Roczen, German Dylan Ferrandis, American Adam Cianciarulo, and Frenchman Ken Roczen.
Christian Craig will ride a Husqvarna 450 in 2023 after winning the West Coast Regional Series 250 in 2022.
Jett Lawrence, the 2022 Eastern Regional Champion, and Hunter Lawrence, the 2022 Western Regional Runner-Up, will both return to the 250SX Class. This year’s tournament will have Jo Shimoda, Cameron McAdoo, R.J. Hampshire, Austin Forkner, and Michael Mosiman competing for the championship. Tom Vialle will compete in the Monster Energy AMA 250SX Class Championship after winning the MXGP. Vialle has two victories in the 250.
On February 11, 2022, Jason Anderson-11 will compete in the Supercross event in Salt Lake City.
Jason Anderson’s first year with Monster Energy Kawasaki proved fruitful.
This offseason, the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship joined the SuperMotocross World Championship’s 31 rounds. When it debuts, the SuperMotocross League will combine the technical ability and precision of Supercross with the speed and endurance of Pro Motocross.
It will be a chance for athletes, racing teams, sponsors, event organizers, and, most importantly, fans from both seasons to come together. This new type of competition uses the world’s most difficult courses to put contestants’ physical and mental toughness to the test.
To compete on stadium and outdoor track features, racing teams and manufacturers must identify the ideal bike and suspension balance. The world’s best racers will compete on a course that requires innovative skills, putting viewers’ perspectives to the test.