AMA Supercross 2018 Live Angel Stadium of Anaheim Ca tv news.2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series has officially begun with the 2018 Anaheim One Supercross, which is taking place at Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Southern California. The opening round of the championship is set to be memorable, as a perfectly prepped track will challenge a stacked roster of racers through both the 250 and 450 classes. As always Feld Motorsports will show the qualifying sessions on Race Day Live
Naturally, the talk centered mostly around Roczen’s fitness, which likely be questioned right up until the time he crosses the finish line in the main event—and that’s assuming that he makes it into the main event, a fairly safe bet.
Roczen’s return to racing after nearly a year’s layoff and 11 surgeries to repair the arm was just many of the story lines to be followed as the series launches off the gate tomorrow night for the first of its 17 rounds. The 2018 supercross tour marks a season of change, with revisions to both the race format and the series point structure. Both have been revamped, says series promoter Feld Entertainment, to make the sport of supercross more competitive and more exciting for the fans.
2018 Monster Energy Supercross schedule and there are some big changes. Toronto, East Rutherford, and Detroit are out. Houston, Tampa Bay, and Foxborough are in.
Also, despite some rumors of expansion, the series will remain at its traditional 17 rounds. The season kicks off at Anaheim on January 6, before traveling to Houston, then back to Anaheim. The series will end at Las Vegas as it traditionally has.
ELLENTON, Fla.– Feld Entertainment announced today the 17-race schedule for the 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season beginning January 6 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif. Headlining the 2018 changes are three new markets for motorsports fans to witness the premier off-road motorcycle racing championship in the world.
2018 Anaheim One Supercross, the opening round of the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series. We assumed something was amiss a few weeks ago when no action shots of Bogle were included in the team’s photo gallery, so we contacted Bogle for an update and were told that “there were issues but I’ll be okay.”
Bogle was landed on during the 2017 Monster Energy Cup and was out for the evening with a concussion. Per the press release from the team, Bogle then suffered a practice crash during the offseason and it’s kept him off of the bike for an extended period of time. Although the details are scarce, the PR says the two crashes were similar. Bogle will soon undergo a checkup, but there is no set timetable for his return.