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Feb 13

SX: The Holeshot San Diego — 22 Takeaways From Round 6

James Stewart captures first Monster Energy Supercross win of the season. (Photo: Monster Energy Supercross / Hoppenworld)

captures first win of the season. (Photo: Supercross / Hoppenworld)

The Military Appreciation Race set the tone for an incredible night of action in San Diego last Saturday as the entire industry honored the millions of service men and women who are willing to risk their lives in defense of our country. It was one of the most heartwarming nights in Monster Energy Supercross history and the racing provided a fitting display of the world’s best riders. It was a great way for these men to show their gratitude to the military.

Each week, The Holeshot will provide 22 takeaways – a full starting gate – from the most recent round of action.

1. It was a great visual overload in the pits and on the track in San Diego as many bikes and riders were adorned in camouflage and other military-themed designs and colors for the event.

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Feb 6

SX: Track Preview For San Diego ‘Military Themed’ Race

Anaheim 3 winner #22 Chad Reed. (Photo:

Anaheim 3 winner takes a jump. (Photo:

Check out this great 3D animated track preview for the upcoming San Diego race on Feb. 8. Also, Saturday’s race will be a special event coordinated with a military theme to show appreciation for all members of the United States Armed Forces and their families. After the preview , please read more about this special night of AMA action and tribute!

Feld Motor Sports has announced that the annual Monster Energy , an FIM World Championship, race from San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium on Feb. 8 will take on a military theme to pay tribute to America’s members of the armed forces. Feld Motor Sports will support Operation Homefront, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides assistance to service members and their families with a focus on wounded veterans who served on or after 9/11, by making a monetary donation to the organization. Active and non-active members of the military will receive a $5 discount on $35 tickets by phone or online at by using the code: OPHOME.

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Jan 30

SX: The Holeshot — 22 Takeaways From Oakland

Riders prepare for the gate to drop in Oakland. (Photo: Monster Energy Supercross / Simon Cudby)

Riders prepare for the gate to drop in Oakland. (Photo: / Simon Cudby)

Monster Energy Supercross’ lone visit to California’s Bay Area brought the best dirt and one of the most difficult tracks of the 2014 season inside Oakland’s Coliseum. There was great racing all night and it was the first time riders really pushed it to the limits and let their bikes do the work. The champ made his biggest statement thus far while the racing gods continued to smile down on Jason Anderson.

Each week, The Holeshot will provide 22 takeaways – a full starting gate – from the most recent round of action.

1. Riders were vocal about how great the dirt was in Oakland and it was obvious simply by looking at it. Following three weeks of dry, hard-packed dirt that cool, moist air ultimately makes slick, the world’s best riders were greeted with tacky soil full of grip. For the normal fan, the dirt is something that is taken for granted when watching a race, but it can play a huge role in the level of competition.

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Jan 4

SX: Preview Saturday’s Anaheim Track Map


The wait is nearly over. Saturday night, the stars of will hit the dirt in Anaheim to kick off the 2014 season. All of the action can be seen live on FOX Sports 1 beginning at 10 p.m. ET.

Before the high-flying, fast-paced action takes place, check out a preview view of the track they’ll compete on.

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Dec 6

SX: 2014 Supercross Track Maps Unveiled

Riders storm into Angel Stadium on Jan. 4 to kick off the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross season. (Photo: Frank Hoppen /

Riders storm into Angel Stadium on Jan. 4 to kick off the 2014 season. (Photo: Frank Hoppen /

FELD Motorsports released 15 of the 17 track designs for the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross season, leaving out Anaheim 2 and Daytona – which is not a FELD-sanctioned event. The Ricky Carmichael-designed Daytona track will be released at a later date, as will the A2 track layout.

The 17-round season kicks off in Anaheim, Calif. on Jan. 4 and concludes in Las Vegas, Nev. on May 5 – with all 16 FELD races airing live on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2.

NOTE: All Tracks Subject to Change.

1 - Anaheim

Anaheim 1 – Jan. 4 (10 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1)

2 - Phoenix

Phoenix – Jan. 11 (9:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1)

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