Supercross News – 2014 Supercross Updates
5/15/14 - Supercross ended the thrilling 2014 AMA season in the most epic ways, with Ryan Villopoto winning his fourth consecutive 450SX championship. The victory has made him just the second rider in history to achieve the four-time milestone. Ryan Dungey was runner-up to the 450SX, while Justin Bogle claimed the 250SX East and James Anderson claimed the 250SX West title. The blockbuster action that the historic 2014 season offered was nothing short of amazing. Don't wait; get a jump-start for next year with 2015 Supercross tickets today!
1/17/14 - Ryan Villopoto is no stranger to first place, but the reigning triple AMA Supercross Champion surprised even himself with an early win last Saturday, and his first-ever in Phoenix, keeping him in the top spot with 43 points. Rival Ryan Dungey is a very close second, with 42 points, after finishing in third place at Chase Field Saturday night. With the Phoenix KTM SX-450 out of the way, there are 15 events left in the race for the cup. The third of 17 events is coming up in Anaheim this weekend (Jan 18). The ante has been upped for riders competing for the title: Supercross title sponsor DC Shows has posted a $10,000 bonus at each Monster Energy AMA Supercross this season. Some consider the 2014 season the most talented group of riders we’ve ever seen; their skill and degree of competitiveness is not something you can feel through the TV, so get in on the action in person! Rev up some Supercross tickets now!
12/3/13 - Get your need-for-speed fix when you buy Supercross tickets today! This season has shaped up to be a surprising one with the news that former MX2 World Champ Christophe Pourcel will return to play in America (he lost to Ryan Dungey in 2009) to compete with other elite Frenchman, Marvin Musquin, who just joined Dungey in the Red Bull KTM Team. Ryan Villopoto is facing some stiff competition in his quest for a three-peat this year with the likes of Ken Roczen (reigning 250SX West Champ) and the hyped up James Stewart, who is debuting in his first Monster Energy Cup. Those who will be missing in Anaheim, and possibly the entire opening round, are favorites Davi Millsaps (runner-up last year) and Trey Canard from injury. Tickets at Angel Stadium start at $28 to see who’s revved up at the starting line come January!
2/28/13 - Supercross isn't your typical sporting event. The off-road motorcycle competition with high speed jumps off dirt hills will have your adrenaline pumping. Both Ryan Villipoto and Justin Barcia are looking to capture their third straight Supercross Championship and Supercross Lites East Championship respectively. 2012 Supercross Lites West division winner was Eli Tomac. Highlights from the 2013 Supercross season thus far include Jeff Emig's win in St. Louis that broke Jeremy McGrath's 13-race win streak and James Stewart's win at the Georgia Dome which made for nine straight seasons with a W.
Watch more than just the highlights from your television; catch all Supercross live at a local stadium. The 2013 Supercross schedule includes stops at multiple MLB and NLF stadiums and Daytona International Speedway (3/9). Supercross is the second most popular form of motorsport behind NASCAR. The average AMA Supercross tickets are $57, the average NASCAR tickets are $72. In addition to Supercross Daytona, remaining East rounds include Lucas Oil Stadium (3/16), Rogers Centre (3/23), and the Metrodome (4/13). CenturyLink Field (4/20) and Rice Eccles Stadium (4/27) are the only two West rounds remaining before the season-ending East-West Shootout in Las Vegas (5/4). Supercross Vegas tickets are averaging $131 on the secondary market.