Palmetto, FL — October 28, 2020
Supercross fans get ready, the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series has announced it’s 2021 Schedule. The season kicks off in mid-January, here’s what’s most important to fans.
Tickets go on sale in December, be sure to sign-up for updates on the Supercross website. Don’t wait, there will be limited seating at all venues due to COVID restrictions. If you want to attend an event, get your order in early.
Some events are still to be scheduled, here is the current calendar.
2021 SEASON SCHEDULE
ROUND 1 Saturday, Jan 16 | Houston, TX [EAST] NRG Stadium
ROUND 2 Tuesday, Jan 19 | Houston, TX [EAST] NRG Stadium
ROUND 3 Saturday, Jan 23 | Houston, TX [EAST] NRG Stadium
ROUND 4 Saturday, Jan 30 | Indianapolis, IN [EAST] Lucas Oil Stadium
ROUND 5 Tuesday, Feb 2 | Indianapolis, IN [EAST] Lucas Oil Stadium
ROUND 6 Saturday, Feb 20 | Glendale, AZ [WEST] State Farm Stadium
ROUND 7 Tuesday, Feb 23 | Glendale, AZ [WEST] State Farm Stadium
ROUND 8Saturday, Feb 27 | Glendale, AZ [WEST] State Farm Stadium
ROUND 9 Saturday, Mar 6 | Daytona Beach, FL [EAST] Daytona International Speedway
ROUND 10 Saturday, Mar 20 | Arlington, TX [WEST] AT&T Stadium
ROUND 11 Tuesday, Mar 23 | Arlington, TX [WEST] AT&T Stadium
ROUND 12 Sat, Mar 27 | Arlington, TX [WEST] AT&T Stadium
ROUND 13-16 Announced at a later date!
ROUND 17 Date TBA | Salt Lake City, UT | Rice-Eccles Stadium
Since the series began in 1974, California has hosted most of the season openers as the city of Anaheim has become synonymous with the start of the Supercross season. For the first time in twenty-five years, the series will start in another state by opening at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas for the first three rounds. The Texas trio of races will be followed by a two-race stint at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
After Indianapolis, the series will venture west to State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona for another three races while traversing south to Daytona Beach, Florida for the annual singular event at Daytona International Speedway. Rounds 10, 11, and 12 will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas after a two-week break.
Rounds 13–16 of the 17-race championship will be announced at a later date as we continue to work with our stadium partners and their local governments and health departments, while also staying current with national mandates and CDC guidelines.
Additionally, the remaining Eastern Regional and Western Regional 250SX Class races, Triple Crown and East/West 250SX Showdown events will also be announced later.
One of the unexpected surprises of racing in the bubble in Salt Lake City was the creation of mid-week races due to the condensed nature of the schedule. Racing every Wednesday during the three-week stretch became a fan-favorite while also boosting television ratings in an otherwise non-traditional broadcast window for Supercross. With that in mind, Supercross will host four SuperTuesday races, one in each of the host cities – Houston, Indianapolis, Glendale, and Arlington, a first in the sport’s 48-year history.
The season finale will take place at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City as the Utah Sports Commission – a long-time Supercross partner, is once again eager to host the season’s final event and championship wrap up with fans in attendance.
TICKETS ON SALE
Tickets for the 2021 season will go on sale Tuesday, December 8 to the general public. Preferred customers can sign up in advance for early access to purchase tickets a week prior on Tuesday, December 1 right here on SupercrossLIVE.com.
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