Supercross
Mar 7

What To Watch: Your Weekend Racing Schedule

The Supercross action will be live from Daytona staring at 7:30pm ET on FOX Sports 1. (Photo: Frank Hoppen/Supercrossonline.com)

The Supercross action will be live from Daytona staring at 7:30pm ET on FOX Sports 1. (Photo: Frank Hoppen/Supercrossonline.com)

Saturday, March 8

3 a.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Indianapolis (FOX Sports 1) *Replay

7:30 p.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Daytona (FOX Sports 1) *Live

Sunday, March 9

12:00 p.m. – National Arenacross | Louisville (FOX Sports 1) *Live

6:00 p.m. – Monster Energy Supercross | Daytona (FOX Sports 2) *Replay

10:00 p.m. – National Arenacross | Louisville (FOX Sports 2) *Replay

**All times Eastern Standard

Mar 6

FOX SPORTS 1 Coverage — Live From Daytona Supercross!

(L-R) Ralph Sheheen, Jenny Taft, Jeff Emig and five-time Daytona Supercross winner Ricky Carmichael, the designer of the 40-jump Daytona circuit.  (Photo: FOX Sports)

(L-R) Ralph Sheheen, Jenny Taft, Jeff Emig and five-time Daytona Supercross winner Ricky Carmichael, the designer of the 40-jump Daytona circuit. (Photo: FOX Sports)

Ricky Carmichael-Designed Course Among Biggest Tests Riders Face All Season

Supercross riders roll into Daytona International Speedway this weekend for a turn on Ricky Carmichael’s 5,000-ton dirt and sand monster of a playground, and according to FOX Sports 1 host Ralph Sheheen: “Some guys are chomping at the bit … and some guys are waking every morning in a cold sweat.”

Live coverage of Daytona Supercross by Honda begins Saturday, March 8 (7:30PM ET) on FOX Sports 1, with Sheheen joined in the booth by Hall-of-Fame rider Jeff Emig and five-time Daytona Supercross winner Carmichael, the designer of the 40-jump Daytona circuit. Jenny Taft reports from the pits.

Mar 1

SX: Dungey Wins Attrition-Filled Race In Indy

Ryan Dungey celebrates his first win of the season. (Photo: Simon Cudby / KTM Racing)

Ryan Dungey celebrates his first win of the season. (Photo: Simon Cudby / KTM Racing)

Round nine of the Monster Energy Supercross Championship in Indianapolis, Ind. proved to be the most difficult race of the season, and when the dust settled, it was Ryan Dungey celebrating his first win of 2014.

The Red Bull KTM star passed Mike Alessi for the lead on Lap 5 and was unchallenged for the remainder of the 20-lap main event. The victory moves him into second in the title fight, 23 points behind Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto.

Mar 1

SX: Cianciarulo Charges To Second Career 250SX Victory In Indianapolis

Adam Cianciarulo powers to his second career victory. (Photo: Frank Hoppen)

Adam Cianciarulo powers to his second career victory. (Photo: Frank Hoppen)

RECAP: DUNGEY WINS ATTRITION-FILLED 450SX RACE IN INDY

17-year-old Adam Cianciarulo raced to his second career Eastern Regional 250SX Class victory Saturday night in front of 59,919 fans at Lucas Oil Stadium.

It was an impressive performance from start to finish for Cianciarulo, with the rookie grabbing fastest-qualifier honors, winning his heat race and eventually taking the main event victory.

Feb 28

SX: The Holeshot – 22 Takeaways From Atlanta

450SX riders compete in the Georgia Dome. (Photo: Frank Hoppen)

450SX riders compete in the Georgia Dome. (Photo: Frank Hoppen)

Atlanta has always been known to produce memorable races as the red Georgia clay and the packed house inside the Georgia Dome bring the best out of riders. Last weekend, it lived up to expectation with another dramatic night of competition that ultimately tightened up the championship battle in the premier class and produced the third first-time winner in as many weeks in the 250SX Class.

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