Monster Energy Supercross and Pro Motocross 2024 Schedules Revealed

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The AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross calendars have been revealed with new locations for the 17-round SX season and minor changes for the MX. However, dates and venues for the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship playoff rounds and ticketing information will be released in the coming months.


As is tradition, the Monster Energy Supercross season will begin in Southern California at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Saturday, January 6. Angel Stadium and the city of Anaheim have become synonymous with the start of the Supercross season as the venue has hosted 32 season openers, the most of any venue in the sport. A second visit to Angel Stadium will come on Saturday, January 27, with stops in San Francisco and San Diego in between. Racing returns to downtown San Francisco’s Oracle Park, formerly AT&T Park, for the first time since 2010, and the San Diego round will return to Snapdragon Stadium following a successful first visit last season.

The Supercross season will conclude on Saturday, May 11 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City to once again crown a Supercross Champion. Utah – The State of Sport has developed into a fitting destination for the final round of the Monster Energy Supercross Championship, as it has become home to many elite, world-class sporting events.


The 2024 Pro Motocross calendar will remain unchanged over the course of its summer-long journey, headlined by visits to legendary racetracks that boast more than 40 years of tradition themselves in Northern California’s Hangtown Motocross Classic on June 1; Pennsylvania’s High Point Raceway on June 15; Massachusetts’ sandbox at The Wick 338 on June 29; Michigan’s Independence Day tradition at RedBud MX on July 6; Minnesota’s Spring Creek MX Park on July 13; the Pacific Northwest’s Washougal MX Park in Washington on July 20; and Central New York’s Unadilla MX on August 10. Additionally, unique challenges await at the mile-high altitude of Colorado’s Thunder Valley Motocross Park on June 8 and the constant elevation shifts and off-camber corners of Southern Maryland’s Budds Creek Motocross Park on August 17.

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