AMA Supercross Tickets
Location: 2020 opener at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., and conclusion at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah
First AMA Supercross Event: August 28, 1948 at Buffalo Stadium
2019 AMA Hall of Fame Inductees: Ron Lechien, Dale Walksler, Mark Buckner, Wiltz Wagner, and Kurt Caselli
Sponsors: Monster, Feld Entertainment, FIM
Notable Riders: Bob Hannah, Jeremy McGrath, Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey
AMA Supercross TicketsStart your engines! AMA Supercross brings fans a night of excitement, power and intensity that leaves them on the edge of their seats. Supercross as a sport was formed as an indoor variation to motocross in the early 1970s. The first AMA Supercross Championship took place in 1974 with Pierre Karsmakers winning the title. Featuring three classes—a 450cc class, 250cc East class and a 250cc West Class—AMA Supercross events are comprised of two heat laps consisting of 20 rides and a consolation race in each class consisting of 22-23 riders. The track consists of a series of whoop sections, rhythm sections and triple jumps with banked berms. Mud and sand, hard and soft dirt and flat and bumpy surfaces are all utilized to create a challenging course. Venues where AMA Supercross races have previously been held include locations like the Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Oakland Coliseum in Oakland and Petco Park in San Diego, to name a few. Purchase your AMA Supercross tickets at StubHub.
What notable riders have participated in AMA Supercross?While there are many outstanding AMA Supercross participants, a few stand out based on their sheer talent, dedication and number of championship wins. Jeremy McGrath has won the most AMA Supercross championships, coming in at seven total AMA Supercross Championship wins. Ricky Carmichael sits in second place with five AMA Supercross Championship titles.
When are some AMA Supercross races for 2020?The 2020 AMA Supercross schedule kicked off on January 4, 2020, in Anaheim, California. With four additional venues from the 2019 schedule, AMA Supercross will have events at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Mo., Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., and Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. The 2020 schedule will conclude on May 2nd in Salt Lake City.
How big are the stadiums where AMA Supercross events are held?Many of the locations that serve as venues to the 2020 AMA Supercross races also serve as athletic event centers. The stadiums are often large, with one of the largest being Rice-Eccles Stadium, which holds over 45,000 spectators.
How are AMA Supercross classes determined?Over the years, AMA Supercross classes have evolved and diversified, along with the technical specifications for premier and support classes. Since 2011, the premier class is noted as the 450SX class and the support class is known as the 250SX class. Prior to 2011, starting in 2006, the premier class was referred to as the Supercross (SX) class and the support class was referred to as the Supercross Lites (SX Lites). Prior to 2006, the premier class was simply known as the 250cc class and the support class was called the 125cc class. Support classes are then further divided into East and West divisions for regional championship competitions.
What is an AMA Supercross meet like?At AMA Supercross races, venues are turned into dirt tracks that feature steep jumps and obstacles. Natural terrain is brought in, and the course is developed to provide easy views for spectators. The main events will last 15-20 minutes, but riders begin heat laps long before the rider introductions are made.
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