Fresh off the football field, Cleatus powers his way into the Monster Jam lineup, flying the colors of FOX Sports 1, America’s new sports network and new home to Monster Jam television programming. On football Sundays, the NFL on FOX’s signature animated robot struts across the television screen, performing moves that leave even the most experienced athletes in awe. During Monster Jam season, however, Cleatus will bring his moves to the dirt, barreling into stadiums and arenas with that all-too-familiar gusto sports fans have come to love and cheer.
The stars of tomorrow put on a show for the fans at Angel Stadium and proved that this West Region is wide open when it comes to the title fight.
Each week, Power Rankings will recognize the movers and shakers in Monster Energy Supercross. Thanks to aggressive and risky last lap pass for the win, Jason Anderson sits atop the rankings after week one.
1. Jason Anderson – Rockstar Energy Racing
Anderson developed into a consistent contender towards the end of last season and I thought he’d be the breakout rider of the 2014 season. He very well could be a true title threat after his performance last Saturday. Given the stacked field, Anderson was probably somewhat of a surprise winner and it will be interesting to see if he keeps the momentum going.
Saturday, January 11
Sunday, January 12
6 p.m. – Monster Jam | Best of 2013 (FOX Sports 2)
7 p.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Phoenix (FOX Sports 2) *Replay
**All times Eastern StandardCars, Formula 1, IndyCar, Sports Cars, Supercross
V8 Racing will start Friday’s Dunlop 24 Hours of Dubai from the top spot after claiming a surprise pole today at the Dubai Autodrome.
Nicky Pastorelli took the former factory Corvette C6.R GT1 car to a new qualifying lap record of 1:57.282, outpacing two-time and defending race winner Jeroen Bleekemolen by 0.163 seconds.24 Hours of Dubai, Sports Cars
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Click here for the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale on-air schedule. Watch the action live on the FOX family of networks beginning Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 2. In total, there will be 36 hours and six consecutive days of live, high-definition auction coverage across five channels.Barrett-Jackson, Cars