AMA Supercross is American Sports TV series. Stars: Mercedes Peterson. It debuted on Jan 04, 2014, on Fox Sports 1.
How Many Seasons In AMA Supercross: 4 (66 episodes)
|Season 5|| |
Fox Sports 1
|Season 4|| |
Season premieres on January 7, 2017
Fox Sports 1, 13 episodes
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on January 9, 2016
Returns: October 15, 2016
Finale: October 15, 2016
Fox Sports 1, 19 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2015, Fox Sports 1, 17 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2014, Fox Sports 1, 17 episodes
AMA Supercross is on Fox Sports 1 (United States) Saturdays at 6 pm
Season 4 Episode 13 (Monster Energy Supercross, Las Vegas) - Air Date: May 06, 2017 (3 years ago)
2019 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Preview - Cycle News - by Cyclenews
As is usually the case, the 2019 series starts off out west with five rounds in California and Arizona, then heads east. There’s not a single weekend off for the 450cc class until after round 15. That’s 15 straight weeks of racing, so staying healthy is going to mean everything to some of the top racers in the 450cc class. New for 2019 are Nissan Stadium in Nashville and Broncos Stadium in Denver. The Denver round should be interesting since it’s at altitude, and it’s not impossible for there to be snow even in April. If you can’t make it to any of these rounds in person, all of the rounds will air live (while also being available to watch replays on-demand) on the NBC Sports Gold streaming channel online, while NBC (Detroit and Las Vegas) and NBC Sports (all of the other rounds) will be airing the events live on television.
2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross: Time, TV, Who to watch - Minneapolis Star Tribune - according to Startribune
Who to watch: Jason Anderson (288 points as 450 series leader); Marvin Musquin (251 points, 2nd); Eli Tomac, (220 points, 3rd); Justin Brayton, (213 points, 4th); Blake Baggett, (209 points, 5th) and others.
2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Schedule | SX Calendar - UltimateMotorcycling.com - by Ultimatemotorcycling
Instead of the early part of the season being a pure California and Arizona sweep, Round 2 is now at NGR Stadium in Houston on January 13. That round is sandwiched between A1 and A2. The last time Supercross visited Houston was in 2015.
2014 AMA Supercross Preview Show Airs Sunday on CBS Sports - Ultimate MotorCycling | News and Reviews - via Ultimatemotorcycling
The season teasers continue, the latest arriving this Sunday with a one-hour behind-the-scenes show on CBS Sports; the show is set for 3 p.m. EST, though we recommend checking your local listings for any changes.