AMA Supercross App

AMA Supercross is one of the highest-profile motorsports worldwide. This 17-round series showcases world-class athletes pushing their motorcycles to their limits across stadium settings nationwide.

Promoters began hosting Motocross races at major sports stadiums such as Los Angeles Coliseum in the early 1970s; this new format became known as Supercross and still exists today.

AMA Supercross App

The official AMA Supercross App gives fans direct access to all the action of one of the world’s most beloved off-road motorcycle racing series, providing Live Timing & Scoring of on-track activity as well as event schedules, session results and rider point standings for any given session of both 450SX and 250SX racing series. Rider headshots, bio information and full session laptime data can also be accessed in any active 450SX and 250SX session by clicking their name on Live Timing page Live Timing.

Fans can now use the AMA Supercross App on their smartphones to purchase tickets to all Monster Energy AMA Supercross events and Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam shows directly through their smartphones, as well as access event updates, play trivia games and browse rider bios/merchandise available through both iTunes Store and Android Marketplace. A free version is also available that does not feature live timing and scoring features.

Live Timing & Scoring

The AMA Supercross App makes it simple and accessible to keep up with on-track action when you can’t make it directly to the stadium. Its live timing feature displays sector times and each rider’s fastest lap times during each on-track session, and access 450 SX class and 250 SX class results as well as event/season schedules, rider point standings, and historical results.

Supercross boasts itself as America’s fastest-growing motorsport for good reason: the season begins early each January and generally avoids conflicts with major sporting events until May; its riders largely comprise young adults familiar with social media.

Supercross remains one of the highest profile motorsports events, and is set to remain so for some time to come. While traditional auto racing continues its decline and viewership decline, Supercross offers a perfect counterbalance with younger, hipper fans and top athletes – making its ratings steadily increase each year despite retirement of former champions such as Ryan Villopoto and Ken Roczen.

AMA Supercross Schedule

The 2023 AMA Supercross season promises to be another thrilling year of hard-hitting action with top riders competing for the 450SX title. The 17-race schedule visits diverse venues with the Anaheim Opener serving as its inaugural race.

A day-to-night program begins with an afternoon practice session during which each rider’s laps are timed and used to seed the Main Event. Only forty riders from each class qualify to compete in either Heat Race. Riders who fail to qualify through these attempts have one last shot with Last Chance Qualifier to try and qualify for the Main Event.

At AMA Tech Inspection, riders or their mechanics must bring in their motorcycle and helmet to receive competition packets that include transponders, schedule of events, and practice stickers. For more information please see the AMA Rulebook here.

AMA Supercross Races

AMA Supercross races take place on artificial tracks inside major urban sports stadiums. The first such race, held in 1974 in Los Angeles and known as “Superbowl of Motocross”, was an immediate success and soon after was held annually thereafter.

By the early 80s, Motocross had grown rapidly enough that it required its own series. Kawasaki rider Jeff Ward would finally break Honda’s stranglehold on the title in 1985 by defeating Broc Glover and Ron Lechien en route to one of the most thrilling championship seasons ever witnessed.

Today, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) awards two Supercross championships: one each in 450cc class and 250cc West/East classes. Feld Motor Sports works closely with AMA officials to manage this series.

Children under two are admitted free if seated on the lap of either their parent or guardian. All other fans must purchase tickets; concession stands sell ear protection and disposable ear plugs while supplies last. The AMA Supercross series held indoors at football and baseball stadiums forms half of the AMA SuperMotocross World Championship while outdoor competition at natural terrain dirt courses across 28 events makes up the other half.