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Feld Entertainment Inc. announced the upcoming 2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, schedule with more ways to watch, on more channels, globally. With an expanded FOX broadcast partnership, Supercross fans will also be able to watch the first race from Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., on FOX Deportes, alongside social media and live streaming options for enthusiasts outside of North America and Australia.
Devotees of Ryan Dungey, Eli Tomac or Ken Roczen can still watch races on FS1, FS2 and ESPN (Australia) throughout the season, but for the first time in the four-year media partnership with FOX, Monster Energy Supercross will have airtime on FOX Deportes for the kick-off in Anaheim, Calif. on January 7, 2017 and on every local FOX station throughout the country for races in Indianapolis (3/18/2017), Salt Lake City (4/22/2017) and East Rutherford, N.J. (4/29/2017). Check local listings.Monster Energy Supercross will provide an option to access the action, energy and excitement in real time outside of North America for the first time via the pay-per-view live stream.
Fans will be able to purchase a season pass for $99.99 and stream races live and up to one week following the race.For those already excited for the season, Feld Entertainment will also debut the Monster Energy Supercross 2017 Preview Show on December 18 on FS1 at 5:00 p.m. ET/2:00 p.m. PT. This AMA Supercross Live unprecedented, unfiltered look into the lives of Ryan Dungey, Chad Reed, Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, Marvin Musquin, Jason Anderson and Cooper Webb chronicles preparations before the elite riders go head-to-head in the quest for their place on the podium.
As the most competitive and high profile off-road motorcycle racing championship in the world, Monster Energy Supercross attracts nearly one million fans in live attendance at the nation’s most renowned stadiums over the course of the 17-race season. Its digital fan base on social media boasts an even more impressive number, engaging with 10 million viewers around the globe on social media platforms weekly and providing an industry-leading footprint.
As a precursor to the live broadcast, the best of the behind-the-scenes action returns with Race Day Live presented by AMSOIL. Each Saturday before the race, fans at the event or in their living rooms can tune in to the live streaming coverage on SupercrossLIVE.com, which captures practice, qualifying and key rider interviews not available anywhere else. Monster Energy Supercross is proving it has a stronghold on emerging media platforms, digitally connecting multiple demographics of Supercross aficionados in innovative ways from pre-race coverage to the live event
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For the first time since 1985, there will be a significant change in the 2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross format when the season opens Jan. 7 at Angel Stadium.All competition — from heat races to the main events — will transition to a timed format.The clock starts with the drop of the gate. In the featured 450SX class, main events will be 20 minutes plus one lap. The 250 class will be 15 minutes plus one lap. However, if the clock still has time after 20 laps, the field will have two more laps.“We believe this change will bring the fitness element more into play and provide more excitement for our fans,” said Dave Prater, senior director of Supercross operations for promoter Feld Entertainment.
The first three events in the series are set for Southern California. In addition to the Jan. 7 opener, Anaheim will also host the third event Jan. 21, sandwiching the Jan. 14 competition in San Diego.Ryan Dungey is the defending 450 champion, having easily outdistanced Ken Roczen by 60 points. James Anderson, Eli Tomac and Chad Reed rounded out the top five in 2016, followed by AMA Supercross 2017 Live Cole Seeley (Sherman Oaks), Marvin Musquin (Corona), Justin Brayton, Trey Canard and Jacob Weimer (Wildomar).Other California riders in the top 20 included Mike Alessi (12th, formerly of Victorville), Weston Peick (13th, Menifee), David Millsaps (14th, Murrieta), Blake Baggett (17th, Grand Terrace), William Hahn (20th, Menifee).
North Carolina’s Cooper Webb won the West 250 West title, with Christian Craig of Corona third and Lake Elsinore’s Zach Osborne fourth.Dungey, who will face an international field in his quest for a third consecutive Supercross title, enjoyed success in Southern California in 2016. He was the winner of the second event at Anaheim and also triumphed during the outdoor season at Glen Helen,Todd Gilliland, who spent his formative years in Chino Hills alongside his father and NASCAR Cup Series driver David Gilliland, was certainly the youngest of those feted last week at the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards in Charlotte, N.C.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been cleared to return to NASCAR’s top level after missing half of the 2016 season due to concussion issues. While he’ll compete in the season-opening Daytona 500, he will skip the non-points Clash at Daytona (formerly the Sprint Unlimited) and allow Alex Bowman to race, a reward for Bowman winning a pole during the season. To prepare for AMA Supercross Live Stream Daytona, Earnhardt put in 185 laps during a nearly five-hour session at Darlington with crew chief Greg Ives. He also spent more than 15 hours in a racing simulator during his recovery. Earnhardt tested under the watchful eye of Dr. Mickey Collins, from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sports Medicine Concussion Program, and Charlotte neurosurgeon Dr. Jerry Petty. [Source]