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Monster Energy Supercross 2017 TV Schedule

Paul Iverson

Feld Entertainment Inc. announced the upcoming 2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, schedule with more ways to watch, on more channels, globally.

With an expanded FOX broadcast partnership, Supercross fans will also be able to watch the first race from Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., on FOX Deportes, alongside social media and live streaming options for enthusiasts outside of North America and Australia.

Devotees of Ryan Dungey, Eli Tomac or Ken Roczen can still watch races on FS1, FS2 and ESPN (Australia) throughout the season, but for the first time in the four-year media partnership with FOX, Monster Energy Supercross will have airtime on FOX Deportes for the kick-off in Anaheim, Calif. on January 7, 2017 and on every local FOX station throughout the country for races in Indianapolis (3/18/2017), Salt Lake City (4/22/2017) and East Rutherford, N.J. (4/29/2017). Check local listings.

Fans in North America can catch the aerial excitement and high-speed chases on their desktops and mobile devices via FOX Sports GO, FOX Sports' authenticated TV everywhere app, as well as the Monster Energy Supercross pay-per-view live stream available through www.SupercrossLIVE.com.

Monster Energy Supercross will provide an option to access the action, energy and excitement in real time outside of North America for the first time via the pay-per-view live stream. Fans will be able to purchase a season pass for $99.99 and stream races live and up to one week following the race.

For those already excited for the season, Feld Entertainment will also debut the Monster Energy Supercross 2017 Preview Show on December 18 on FS1 at 5:00 p.m. ET/2:00 p.m. PT.  This unprecedented, unfiltered look into the lives of Ryan Dungey, Chad Reed, Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, Marvin Musquin, Jason Anderson and Cooper Webb chronicles preparations before the elite riders go head-to-head in the quest for their place on the podium.

For more information on the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, please log onto www.SupercrossLIVE.com, the official website of Monster Energy Supercross, or follow lthen via their social channels below:
  
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2016 Monster Energy Supercross Series Opening Press Conference at Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Paul Iverson

The 2016 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series, an FIM World Championship, starts this Saturday, January 9 in Anaheim, California. The opening press conference held Thursday afternoon was hosted by Jamie Little.

Riders on hand were:

  • Ryan Dungey
  • Ken Roczen
  • Chad Reed
  • James Stewart
  • Cole Seely
  • Marvin Musquin
  • Davi Millsaps
  • Christophe Pourcel
  • Justin Bogle
  • Jason Anderson
  • Justin Barcia
  • Eli Tomac
  • Trey Canard

Ryan Dungey of the Red Bull KTM team, the defending Supercross Champion, received his Championship Ring from promoter Feld Motorsports for winning the 2015 Championship.

Ryan can add a new accomplishment to his disguised career, officially announced today - he is an American sports icon - now on the cover of the Wheaties cereal box, same as Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and others have been in the past.

Ryan Dungey, Supercross Champion, now on Wheaties Cereal Box

Ryan Dungey, Supercross Champion, now on Wheaties Cereal Box






2016 Moster Energy Supercross Fox TV Schedule for USA announced

Paul Iverson

Two live races on FOX Broadcast Network headline most complete Monster Energy Supercross Series TV schedule ever

Feld Motor Sports and FOX Sports have announced the 2016 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, television schedule that includes 17 live races, and two of which will air on the FOX broadcast network from the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis on Saturday, April 16 at 3:00 pm ET, and Gillette Stadium in Foxborough MA on Saturday, April 23 at 4:00 pm ET.

The 2016 Monster Energy Supercross season opens Saturday January 9 in Anaheim, CA with the first of 14 live races on FS1. One race is currently scheduled to air live on FS2, with all races available live through the FOX Sports GO app, which will provide live streaming of every Monster Energy Supercross race. In addition, all races are available in Canada and the Caribbean through FOX Sports Racing.

"Since our relationship with FOX Sports began two years ago, we have continued to build the presence across their family of channels, including the FOX broadcast channel," said Ken Hudgens, Chief Operating Officer, Feld Motor Sports. "For the first-time ever, viewers will enjoy two live races on the FOX broadcast channel, showcasing what is expected to be another banner year of racing."

"We are very happy with the package we have put together for 2016," said Patrick Crakes, SVP of Programming, Scheduling and Content Strategy. "The team at Feld Motor Sports delivers some of the most compelling and action-packed racing on television and this year's strong TV schedule for Supercross continues our efforts to feature the sport in the best possible way across the FOX Sports family of networks."

The start time for all races (except St. Louis and Foxborough) will be 7pm local race time, with the afternoon pit parties starting at Noon local race time.

As a precursor to the live television, don't forget to catch all of the pre-race coverage with Supercross Race Day Live presented by AMSOIL, which will stream on SupercrossLive.com from 12:50pm 4:30pm local race time each Saturday during the season. Practice, qualifying, behind the scenes features, and key rider interviews will all be highlighted on the Supercross Race Day Live presented by AMSOIL webcast.

For more information on the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, please log on to www.SupercrossLive.com, the official website of Monster Energy Supercross. To follow Monster Energy Supercross on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, log on to www.facebook.com/supercrossLivewww.Twitter.com/supercrossliveand www.instagram.com/supercrosslive. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/supercrosslive.

2015 Red Bull Straight Rhythm line up for Oct 10

Paul Iverson

Red Bull Straight Rhythm announces 2015 rider line-up

The final rider lineup has been set for the 2015 Red Bull Straight Rhythm. The 24 competitors will include 2014 champion James Stewart, AMA Supercross and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Champion Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen, Mike Alessi, Andrew Short and several others.

Red Bull Straight Rhythm takes place on October 10 at Fairplex in Pomona.

Tickets and info at www.redbull.com/straightrhythm

Twenty-Four of the World’s Top Motocross Riders to Compete in Head-to-Head, Straight Line Motocross event

The full list of competitors for Red Bull Straight Rhythm has been announced, and once again it includes some of the best riders in the world.

To lead the Open Class will be last years winner James Stewart, which will also include Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen, Justin Brayton, Marvin Musquin and Andrew Short, among others. The field will be split into two classes - 16 riders in the Open Class (greater than 250cc) and eight riders in the Lites Class (250cc or less).

The head-to-head, best-of-three racing will take place at the former horse track at Fairplex in Pomona on Saturday, October 10. The 24 riders will race on a 1Ž2-mile rhythm section with no turns, which features 75 jumps and over 400 feet of whoops. General admission tickets are available for $30 and VIP tickets are $150 at www.redbull.com/straightrhythm

James Stewart’s participation in the event will mark his return to professional racing – his last race was Red Bull Straight Rhythm in 2014, which he won. After a year off, he’ll look to come back with a bang and defend his title at the head-to-head event.

This year’s AMA Supercross and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Champion Ryan Dungey will look to keep his winning streak going on the 1/2 mile, straight track.  Dungey participated in the concept “test” in 2013, and has been a very vocal supporter of the format ever since.  Unable to race in last year’s event, he’ll now see how he takes to the extensive rhythm section in a fully competitive format. Justin Brayton will return to try and improve on his second place finish last year, and Marvin Musquin, who dominated the Lites Class in 2014, will move up to the Open Class. Riders new to this unique format will include Ken Roczen, Andrew Short and holeshot specialist Mike Alessi.

The Lites Class will feature a 10-rider qualifier on Friday, with only eight riders advancing to race on Saturday.  Of the 10-rider field, eight were invited to participate, including Jessy Nelson, Malcolm Stewart and Shane McElrath.  The remaining two riders will earn their spots in a pre-qualifier race at Pala Raceway on October 4, which is open to all pro-license riders.

Red Bull Straight Rhythm Rider List

Open Class

  • James Stewart
  • Ryan Dungey
  • Andrew Short
  • Ken Roczen
  • Marvin Musquin
  • Justin Brayton
  • Vince Friese
  • Kyle Chisholm
  • Dean Wilson
  • Thomas Ramette
  • Kyle Partridge
  • Josh Hansen
  • Mike Alessi
  • Ivan Tedesco
  • Brett Metcalfe
  • Nick Wey

Lites Class

  • Malcolm Stewart
  • Jessy Nelson
  • Shane McElrath
  • Justin Hill
  • Matt Biscelgia
  • RJ Hampshire
  • Kyle Regal
  • Jordan Smith

two additional riders to be determined from Pala Raceway pre-qualifier on Oct. 4th.

Red Bull Straight Rhythm will air as part of the Red Bull Signature Series on NBC on November 29.

For more information, visit http://www.redbullsignatureseries.com. For additional event information and updates, please go to redbull.com/straightrhythm. The event is presented by Pennzoil Synthetics and supported by GoPro, Polaris RZR, BF Goodrich and Samsung Milk Video.