For the first-time ever, the entire Monster Energy Supercross season airs live on the FOX Sports family of networks. FOX Sports 1 will air 13 races live, including two repeat airings on FOX Sports 2. Additionally, FOX Sports 2 will air four races live, including a repeat airing on FOX Sports 1 on the Sunday following the live race.AMA Supercross, FIM, Supercross
With reigning triple champion Ryan Villopoto gunning for his fourth consecutive title, the task will be tough for every competitor to end his reign of dominance. However, with the most talented field in history set to line up on the gate next weekend, there is a large contingent of competitors looking to make their presence felt throughout the 17-race season. Three of those riders are rookies to the premier 450SX Class.
Only Ryan Dungey and Jeremy McGrath have overcome the pressure of the world’s most elite division of riders to emerge as champions in their rookie season. In 2014, a talented trio will look to add their names to the record books, and each knows the difficulties of winning a championship in supercross.Eli Tomac, Ken Roczen, Supercross, Wil Hahn
We are less than a week away from the season opener in Anaheim, Calif. Coverage begins Jan. 4 at 10 p.m. ET live on FOX Sports 1.
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Monster Energy Supercross is home to the biggest thrills, but also the biggest spills. When a rider goes down, they go down in a big way. Unfortunately, the 2013 season saw several riders slam hard.
Here’s a look back at the gnarliest crashes from this past season.
Zach Bell’s Crash At Dallas: While making his 250SX debut, GEICO Honda’s Zach Bell was leading his heat race when he suffered what many believe to be the worst crash of the season. While launching off a triple, Bell’s foot caught the peak of the jump which ejected him from the bike. His body flew through the air before slamming to the dirt-covered concrete. Miraculously, Bell would walk away under his own power, advance out of the LCQ and race in his first career Main Event.
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Five-time Monster Energy Supercross Champion Ricky Carmichael shares his thoughts on the excitement surrounding the 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross season and the first official year of the Ricky Carmichael Road to Supercross.
“Last year’s AMSOIL Arenacross series was unbelievable coming down to the last race in Denver, man it was something exciting” said Carmichael. “With all of the amateur riders competing this year in the Road to Supercross, it’s going to be more unpredictable than ever.”
The entire AMSOIL Arenacross season will air on FOX Sports 1, including re-airs on Fox Sports 2.Arenacross, Ricky Carmichael, Supercross, Video