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2018 Monster Energy Supercross television schedule

Paul Iverson

2018 Monster Energy Supercross television schedule (all times Eastern and subject to change)

January 6 - Anaheim - 10:00 PM - FS1
January 13 - Houston - 8:00 PM - FS1
January 20 - Anaheim - 10:00 PM - FS1
January 27 - Glendale - 8:00 PM - FS1
February 3 - Oakland - 7:00 PM - FS1
February 10 - San Diego - 10:00 PM - FS1
February 17 - Arlington - 8:00 PM - FS1
February 24 - Tampa - 7:00 PM - FS1
March 3 - Atlanta - 10:00 PM - FS1
March 10 - Daytona - 7:00 PM - FS1
March 17 - St. Louis - 8:00 PM - FS1
March 24 - Indianapolis - 6:30 PM - FS1
April 7 - Seattle - 10:00 PM - FS1
April 14 - Minneapolis - 10:00 PM - FS1
April 21 - Foxborough - 3:00 PM - FOX
April 28 - Salt Lake City - 5:30 PM - FOX
May 5 - Las Vegas - 10:00 PM - FS1

2018 MX GP World Motocross Championship Calendar released

Paul Iverson

Youthstream - the company that promotes and organizes the FIM World Motocross Championships of MXGP and MX2 has announced the 2018 Calendar:

  • 4 March - Neuquen - ARGENTINA
  • 18 March - Red Sand - SPAIN
  • 25 March - Valkenswaard - THE NETHERLANDS
  • 8 April - Pietramurata - ITALY
  • 15 April - Agueda - PORTUGAL
  • 1 May - Orlyonok - RUSSIA
  • 13 May - Kegums - LATVIA
  • 20 May - Teutschenthal - GERMANY
  • 3 June - Matterley Basin - GREAT BRITAIN
  • 10 June - St Jean d'Angély - FRANCE
  • 17 June - TBA - ITALY
  • 1 July - Pangkal Pinang - INDONESIA
  • 8 July - Semarang - INDONESIA
  • 22 July - Loket - CZECH REPUBLIC
  • 5 August - Lommel - BELGIUM
  • 12 August - Uddevalla - SWEDEN
  • 19 August - Frauenfeld /Gachnang - SWITZERLAND
  • 2 September - Afyon - TURKEY
  • 16 September - Assen - THE NETHERLANDS
  • 30 September - Imola - ITALY
  • 7 October - Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations - Red Bud USA

MX Sports Pro Racing and NBC Sports Announce 2018 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Schedule

Paul Iverson

MX Sports Pro Racing and NBC Sports announce the 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship schedule, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. The summer-long battle will once again consist of 12 rounds, beginning with the Hangtown Motocross Classic, the oldest race in American motocross, on May 19.

Each stop of the championship will feature a pair of motos across the 450 Class and 250 Class, resulting in 24 grueling fights for victory in each division that will ultimately crown a pair of champions at season's end. The opening round from Hangtown, in the shadow of the California state capital of Sacramento, will celebrate its landmark 50th year in 2018 and will set the stage for a compelling summer of competition.

The championship's 11 state journey spans from the forests of the Pacific Northwest to the shores of New England. At the center of the schedule is legendary RedBud, which represents the sport's annual Independence Day tradition and was just revealed as the host venue for the 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations. The summer will come to a dramatic conclusion at American motocross' newest track, Ironman Raceway, which continues its rise in popularity amongst riders and fans alike.

The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship has served as the preeminent competition in motocross since 1972, and remains arguably the most difficult championship to win in all of motorsports. Last season, Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac broke through for his first 450 Class title, while Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Zach Osborne parlayed a breakout season into his first championship in the 250 Class.

2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Schedule

  • May 19 - Hangtown Motocross Classic - Prairie City SVRA - Rancho Cordova, California
  • May 26 - Glen Helen National - Glen Helen Raceway - San Bernardino, California
  • June 2 - Thunder Valley National - Thunder Valley MX Park - Lakewood, Colorado
  • June 16 - High Point National - High Point Raceway - Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania
  • June 23 - Tennessee National - Muddy Creek Raceway - Blountville, Tennessee
  • June 30 - Southwick National - Southwick MX Park - Southwick, Massachusetts
  • July 7 - RedBud National - RedBud MX - Buchanan, Michigan
  • July 21 - Spring Creek National - Spring Creek MX Park - Millville, Minnesota
  • July 28 - Washougal National - Washougal MX Park - Washougal, Washington
  • Aug 11 - Unadilla National - Unadilla MX - New Berlin, New York
  • Aug 18 - Budds Creek National - Budds Creek MX Park - Mechanicsville, Maryland
  • Aug 25 - Ironman National - Ironman Raceway - Crawfordsville, Indiana

2018 FIM World Motocross Schedule

Paul Iverson

The FIM has announced the projected schedule for the 2018 World Motocross Championships. 19 races. Two events (an MX GP and the Motocross of Nations) will be in the USA.

4 March - Neuquen - Argentina

25 March - Red Sands - Spain

8 April - Pietramurata - Italy

15 April - Valkenswaard - Netherlands

29 April - Orlyonok - Russia

13 May - Kegums - Latvia

20 May - Teutschenthal - Germany

3 June - Matterley Basin - Great Britain

10 June - St Jean d'Angély - France

24 June - T B A - Italy

8 July - Palembang - Indonesia

22 July - Loket - Czech Republic

5 August - Lommel - Belgium

12 August - Frauenfeld/Gachnang - Switzerland

19 August - Uddevalla - Sweden

2 September - Gatorback Park - USA

9 September - Leon - Mexico

23 September - Assen - Netherlands

30 September - Imola - Italy

7 October - Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations – USA, T B A

2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series Schedule announced

Paul Iverson

The 2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series Schedule has been announced. Only one week off during the 17 race season. No race in New Jersey / New York. Races in Houston, Tampa, new venue in Atlanta, and Foxborough.

  • Jan 6 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim CA
  • Jan 13 - NRG Stadium - Houston TX
  • Jan 20 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim CA
  • Jan 27 - University of Phoenix Stadium - Glendale AZ
  • Feb 3 - Oakland Alameda Coliseum - Oakland CA
  • Feb 10 - Petco Park - San Diego CA
  • Feb 17 - AT&T Stadium - Arlington TX
  • Feb 24 - Raymond James Stadium - Tampa FL
  • Mar 3 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta GA
  • Mar 10 - Daytona International Speedway - Daytona Beach FL
  • Mar 17 - The Dome at America's Center - St. Louis MO
  • Mar 24 - Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis IN
  • Apr 7 - CenturyLink Field - Seattle WA
  • Apr 14 - U.S. Bank Stadium - Minneapolis MN
  • Apr 21 - Gillette Stadium - Foxborough MA
  • Apr 28 - Rice-Eccles Stadium - Salt Lake City UT
  • May 5 - Sam Boyd Stadium - Las Vegas NV

Global World Motocross Supercross Championship starting in 2018?

Paul Iverson

Un Championnat mondial pour Supercross et Motocross en 2018?

Manufacturers, promoters, federations, teams, sponsors and riders unite to create true Global World Motocross Supercross Championship Series starting in 2018.

 

DATELINE New York City, April 1, 2017: In a move sure to create a social media firestorm, leaders in off road motorcycling gathered in the media capital of the world today to announce a new ground breaking agreement for the 2018 season.

There will be one unified Global Motocross & Supercross Championship. The name of the new series will be “The Monster Energy Lucas Oil Red Bull Global Motocross Supercross Series”.

Representatives from leading manufacturers such as Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, KTM, Husqvarna, and TM, along with leaders of the largest promoting groups in the world, representatives for 156 National Motorcycling Federations, PR Hacks, and assorted tourists gathered here in New York City to sign and announce this new ground breaking agreement.

The new, unified, global series will have 50 events:

2018 Monster Energy Lucas Oil Red Bull Global Motocross Supercross Series

 • January 7 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim, Calif.
 • January 14 - Petco Park - San Diego
 • January 21 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim, Calif.
 • January 28 - University of Phoenix Stadium - Glendale, Ariz.
 • February 4 - O.co Coliseum - Oakland, Calif.
 • February 11 - AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas
 • February 18 - U.S. Bank Stadium - Minneapolis
 • February 22 - Georgia Dome - Atlanta
 • February 30 - Qatar - Losail
 • March 1 - Rogers Centre - Toronto
 • March 5 - Indonesia - Pangkal Pinang
 • March 11 - Daytona International Speedway - Daytona Beach, Fla.
 • March 14 - Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis
 • March 19 - Argentina - Neuquen
 • March 25 - Ford Field - Detroit
 • April 1 - The Dome at America's Center - St. Louis
 • April 4 - Mexico - Leon
 • April 8 - CenturyLink Field - Seattle
 • April 16 - Italy - Maggiora
 • April 22 - Rice-Eccles Stadium - Salt Lake City
 • April 26 - Netherlands - Valkenswaard
 • April 29 - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J.
 • May 4 - Sam Boyd Stadium - Las Vegas
 • May 9 - Latvia - Kegums
 • May 14 - Prairie City SVRA - Rancho Cordova
 • May 21 - Germany - Teutschenthal
 • May 27 - Glen Helen Raceway - San Bernardino
 • May 31 - France - Ernée
 • June 3 - Thunder Valley MX Park - Lakewood
 • June 11 - Russia - Orlyonok
 • June 17 - High Point Raceway - Mt. Morris
 • June 24 - Muddy Creek Raceway - Blountville
 • June 29 - Italy - Pietramurata
 • June 31 - Portugal - Agueda
 • July 2 - USA - Los Angeles
 • July 9 - RedBud MX - Buchanan
 • July 14 - Czech Republic - Loket
 • July 18 - Washougal MX Park - Washougal
 • July 22 - Sweden - Uddevalla
 • July 27 - Spring Creek MX Park - Millville
 • July 30 - Southwick MX Park - Southwick
 • August 6 - Belgium - Lommel
 • August 13 - Switzerland Frauenfeld/Gachnang
 • August 20 - Washougal MX Park - Washougal
 • August 22 - Unadilla MX - New Berlin
 • August 29 - Budds Creek MX Park - Mechanicsville
 • August 31 - Ironman Raceway - Crawfordsville
 • September 3 - USA - Gainsville
 • September 10 - Netherlands - Assen
 • September 17 - France - Paris

At the conclusion of the series, an Awards Banquet will be held at the Champs Élysées in Paris, France, on September 20th to crown the 2018 Monster Energy Lucas Oil Red Bull Global Motocross Supercross Series Champion. Tickets will be available online later this summer.

Reaction to this historic announcement was mixed across the globe.

Ken Roczen, spotted in Florida at the time, was quoted after the announcement: Wow, das ist erstaunlich, ich kann es nicht glauben! Wie Ryan Dungey sagen würde: Ich bin super gepumpt!

Es ist an der Zeit. In der Vergangenheit gab es viele Rennen und viele Serien. In den vergangenen Jahren gab es die 3 Hauptreihen, die separat laufen, was eine Schande ist. Jetzt, mit einer einheitlichen Serie, kann die Welt den besten Fahrer in der Welt kennen lernen.

Eine Sache, die ich mir nicht sicher bin - 7 Rennen im April - wie wird das passieren?

Oh ja. Ich habe vergessen. Es gibt diese Veranstaltung in den USA. Es heißt Aprilscherz. Hoffe es gefällt euch!

Former World Motocross Champion, AMA Supercross Champion, and AMA Motocross Champion Jean-Michel Bayle from France had this to say as he boarded his flight at Tokyo's Haneda airport: J'adore April Fools Day! J'adore les croissants! Ken Roczen a dit que c'était April Fools, n'est-ce pas?

From the Italian Motorcycling Federation, president Giacomo Pastalini Dolomiti said “Holy Shit! Se vuoi che ci sia una vera e propria lotta tra Feld Motorsports, MX Sports e Youthstream partire dalla prossima stagione! Mi aspetto Feld per cercare di rompere con l'AMA e FIM, e poi tutti si scatenerà l'inferno tra Europa e in America a base a base di promoters. It su! Non dimenticate - Pesce d'Aprile! BTW, che nome stupido - Monster Energy Lucas Oil Red Bull Motocross mondiale Supercross Series.

Multi time AMA Supercross and Motocross Champion Bob Hannah said “Make sure to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! And about time they did this! Let’s see who really is the best in the world! Also, I hope to unseat FIM president Vito Ippolito Villopoto in 2018. High Key all the way! I want to run the FIM. I’m running on a platform of ‘More motorcycles for all’. My campaign slogan is Make Motorcycling Great Again! I’ll be posting on Insta and Snap from the Awards Banquet in Paris next year for sure!!!"

2006 FIM World MX2 Motocross Champion Christophe Pourcel said "Siri, quel est le meilleur dîner que je peux commander chez McDonald's? Que dois-je regarder sur NetFlix ce soir?"

The Lufthansa National Motorcycling Federation (LNMF) president Großer Mann Großer Kopf said “Wann werden die Leute lernen? Lufthansa ist kein Land in Deutschland! Lufthansa ist eine Fluggesellschaft verdammt!”

 

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:
  
    •    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/supercrosslive
    •    Twitter: www.twitter.com/supercrosslive
    •    Instagram: www.instagram.com/supercrosslive
    •    YouTube: www.youtube.com/supercrosslive

2017 FIM World Motocross MX GP Schedule

Paul Iverson

The FIM (Federation International Motocycliste) and Youthstream (promoters of the MXGP World MX Championships and the Motocross of Nations) have announced the 2017 FIM World Motocross Grand Prix Schedule.

20 events for the MX2 and MXGP championships, followed by the Motocross of Nations.

New countries to host rounds include Indonesia, Russia, Portugal, and San Marino.

Matterley Basin in Great Britain will host the Motocross of Nations. The USA round of MXGP will be September in Charlotte.

  • Feb 25 - Qatar - Losail
  • March 5 - Indonesia - Pangkal Pinang
  • March 19 - Argentina - Neuquen
  • April 2 - Mexico - Leon
  • April 16 - Italy - Maggiora
  • April 23 - Netherlands - Valkenswaard
  • May 7 - Latvia - Kegums
  • May 21 - Germany - Teutschenthal
  • May 28 - France - Ernée
  • June 11 - Russia - Orlyonok
  • June 25 - Italy - Pietramurata
  • July 2 - Portugal - Agueda
  • July 9 - San Marino - Baldasserona
  • July 23 - Czech Republic - Loket
  • August 6 - Belgium - Lommel
  • August 13 - Switzerland Frauenfeld/Gachnang
  • July 20 - Sweden - Uddevalla
  • September 3 - USA - Charlotte
  • September 10 - Netherlands - Assen
  • September 24 - France - Villars-sous-Écot
  • October 1 - FIM Motocross of Nations - Great Britain - Matterley Basin

2017 FIM World Motocross Provisional Calendar

Paul Iverson

The FIM and Youthstream have released a tentative provisional schedule for the 2017 FIM World Motocross Championships:

  • 25 February (Sat) - QATAR - Losail
  • 5 March - INDONESIA - Pangkal Pinang
  • 19 March - ARGENTINA - Neuquen
  • 26 March - MEXICO - Leon
  • 9 April - ITALY - TBA
  • 23 April - Valkenswaard
  • 7 May - LATVIA - Kegums
  • 14 May - GERMANY - TBA
  • 28 May - FRANCE - Ernée
  • 4 June - GREAT BRITAIN - Matterley Basin
  • 18 June - BELGIUM - Lommel
  • 25 June - ITALY - Maggiora
  • 9 July - SAN MARINO - Baldasserona
  • 30 July - CZECH REP. - Loket
  • 13 August - SWITZERLAND - Frauenfeld / Gachnang
  • 20 August - SWEDEN - Uddevalla
  • 2 September (Sat) - MONSTER ENERGY MXGP OF USA - Charlotte
  • 10 September - THE NETHERLANDS - Assen
  • 17 September - TBA
  • 1 October – Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations - USA - TBA

2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series Schedule Announced

Paul Iverson

2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship Schedule:

  • January 7 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim, Calif.
  • January 14 - Petco Park - San Diego
  • January 21 - Angel Stadium - Anaheim, Calif.
  • January 28 - University of Phoenix Stadium - Glendale, Ariz.
  • February 4 - O.co Coliseum - Oakland, Calif.
  • February 11 - AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas
  • February 18 - U.S. Bank Stadium - Minneapolis
  • February 25 - Georgia Dome - Atlanta
  • March 4 - Rogers Centre - Toronto
  • March 11 ** - Daytona International Speedway - Daytona Beach, Fla.
  • March 18 - Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis
  • March 25 - Ford Field - Detroit
  • April 1 - The Dome at America's Center - St. Louis
  • April 8 - CenturyLink Field
  • Seattle - April 22 - Rice-Eccles Stadium - Salt Lake City
  • April 29 - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, N.J.
  • May 6 - Sam Boyd Stadium - Las Vegas

New stops include the new US Bank in Minneapolis, Qwest Field in Seattle, and Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City.