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2020 MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS SERIES SCHEDULE
2020 AMA SUPERCROSS & MOTOCROSS NUMBERS

After some random playing on the supercrosslive.com website the other day, we noticed that key details like ticket links and schedules have been added to select events. That’s great for fans, especially for those of you that are planning big trips to see the action, but the biggest thing we uncovered were some early images of the track maps! Feld Entertainment quietly put one of the most anticipated elements of each race season out in the open and we know you’re eager to see what racers will face at stadiums around the country next season.

UPDATE: About a day after our initial post, Feld Entertainment and Daytona International Speedway released the complete collection of track previews for 2020. All seventeen tracks are posted in order below.

A few things we’ve noticed:

Baseball stadiums don’t always offer the most space, so Dirt Wurx has decided to make the most of what will be available with some interesting sections like the finish line at Anaheim One, switchbacks that’ll shoot guys back and forth, 

The Arlington track took a lot of inspiration from the 2007 St. Louis track. 

Notice the use of long, flat straightaways at Glendale, Seattle, Foxborough, and Las Vegas. Guys are going to carry gears a little longer there.

A big sand section will be back at Tampa. Actually, quite a few tracks will make use of sand in turns and straightaways.

Since Salt Lake City is the final round, the track will run go outside Rice-Eccles Stadium for a short run and then come back in. Las Vegas, meanwhile, will be kept completely inside Sam Boyd Stadium. 

What else do you see? Start the discussion in the comments.

2020 ANAHEIM ONE SUPERCROSS

2020 ST. LOUIS SUPERCROSS

2020 ANAHEIM TWO SUPERCROSS

2020 GLENDALE SUPERCROSS

2020 OAKLAND SUPERCROSS

2020 SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS

2020 TAMPA SUPERCROSS

2020 ARLINGTON SUPERCROSS

2020 ATLANTA SUPERCROSS

2020 DAYTONA SUPERCROSS

2020 INDIANAPOLIS SUPERCROSS

2020 DETROIT SUPERCROSS

2020 SEATTLE SUPERCROSS

2020 DENVER SUPERCROSS

2020 FOXBOROUGH SUPERCROSS

2020 LAS VEGAS SUPERCROSS

2020 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS

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Michael Antonovich

Michael Antonovich has a wealth of experience with over 10 years of moto-journalism under his belt. A lifelong racing enthusiast and rider, Anton is the Editor of Swapmoto Live and lives to be at the race track.

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6 Comments

  1. Justin Quinn October 7, 2019

    Seems like the first two rounds are missing traditional triples as well. Could just be the small picture and I just cant see it.

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    1. Devin Davis October 7, 2019

      After the finish line for A1, and the jumps over the start will replace triples at St. Louis.

      Indy looks really short, btw. Probably low 40s for lap times.

      Reply
  2. Jason October 7, 2019

    Salt Lake looks awesome!! The tracks seem much more original than last year.

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  3. Troy427 October 7, 2019

    Where’s ATL??

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    1. Austin Tiller October 7, 2019

      Wondering the same thing. It was the only track where presale tickets weren’t up with the rest…

      Reply
  4. Tucker C. October 11, 2019

    The Daytona first turn circling back onto the start straight is asking for chaos if there’s a big pileup going into turn one.

    Reply

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