Complete details announced for traditional 17-round series.
The structure of the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship has been released ahead of the new season.
Next year’s 17-race schedule returns to its traditional weekend routing format as the series visits 15 cities spread across 13 states.
Triple Crown events will return, the first of three to take place on 5 February, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ, followed by rounds eight and 13 on 26 February at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX, and 9 April at the Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, MO.
The 250SX West championship will be contested at Anaheim, Oakland, San Diego, Anaheim 2, Glendale, Anaheim 3, Seattle and Denver, with 250SX East beginning on 19 February at Minneapolis, followed by Arlington, Daytona, Detroit, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Foxborough.
Next year’s Dave Coombs Sr. East/West Showdown races will be held on Saturday, 16 April, at Atlanta Motor Speedway and Saturday, 7 May, at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City.
In addition, it’s been confirmed that Indianapolis was inspired by a winning design from a Monster Energy Supercross, The Official Video Game 4, track editor contest held earlier this year.
Six Supercross events will also serve as the second and Premiere round of qualifying for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship, for the first-time ever held as part of the Saturday race-day schedule. Those events will take place at Oakland, Anaheim 2, Glendale, Arlington, Atlanta and Foxborough.
The top four athletes from each Premiere qualifying race will advance to the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship where 24 athletes will vie to become the 250SX Futures Class Champion. The Supercross Futures AMA National Championship will take place at the Salt Lake City finals on 7 May.
Kicking off its 23rd year of racing KTM Junior Supercross presented by Wells Fargo will return to competition and the 2022 program will feature participants racing aboard KTM’s highly competitive electric KTM SX-E 5 platform during 11 events.
FanFest is currently planned for all rounds except Minneapolis and Detroit. The expansive outside footprint will feature the race team rigs, Monster Energy exhibitions, sponsor displays, photo opportunity set-ups, food and beverages, plus the red-carpet styled Ride of Fame.
2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross schedule:
Rd1 – 8 JAN – Anaheim, California – Angel Stadium (250SX West)
Rd2 – 15 JAN – Oakland, California – RingCentral Coliseum (250SX West)
Rd3 – 22 JAN – San Diego, California – PETCO Park (250SX West)
Rd4 – 29 JAN – Anaheim, California – Angel Stadium (250SX West)
Rd5 – 5 FEB – Glendale, Arizona – State Farm Stadium (250SX West)
Rd6 – 12 FEB – Anaheim, California – Angel Stadium (250SX West)
Rd7 – 19 FEB – Minneapolis, Minnesota – U.S. Bank Stadium (250SX West)
Rd8 – 26 FEB – Arlington, Texas – AT&T Stadium (250SX East)
Rd9 – 5 MAR – Daytona, Florida – Daytona International Speedway (250SX East)
Rd10 – 12 MAR – Detroit, Michigan – Ford Field (250SX East)
Rd11 – 19 MAR – Indianapolis, Indiana – Lucas Oil Stadium (250SX East)
Rd12 – 26 MAR – Seattle, Washington – Lumen Field (250SX East)
Rd13 – 9 APR – St. Louis, Missouri – Dome at America’s Center (250SX East)
Rd14 – 16 APR – Atlanta, Georgia – Atlanta Motor Speedway (250SX East)
Rd15 – 23 APR – Foxborough, Massachusetts – Gillette Stadium (250SX East)
Rd16 – 30 APR – Denver, Colorado – Broncos Stadium at Mile High (250SX West)
Rd17 – 7 MAY – Salt Lake City, Utah – Rice-Eccles Stadium (250SX Showdown)