The Monster Energy Cup showcases the world Supercross riders at a battle for the Monster Energy Cup and the opportunity to win $1 million.
Ladies and Gentlemen, you don’t want to overlook the Supercross race that is only on the planet for $1,000,000 in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada! The Dragon Energy Supercross”All Star Race” consists of the top rated amateur talent in the world, and provides a unique experience to observe the game from the little men in the 50cc KTM Junior Supercross Challenge class all the way to the very best Supercross racers on earth from the Cup class. 2018 MONSTER ENERGY CUP Live
Both areas of the 250SX and 450SX Class Class and resulted in the most action-packed minutes in the recent history of the sport, and it did not take long for fans to grab on. This season achieved increases in live attendance, entertaining almost 1 million lovers using also a fans at Atlanta’s new Mercedes-Benz Stadium along with sellouts listed at Anaheim 1 and two. Premium on-track seating targeted at bringing celebrities and fans craving adventures will continue to be expanded from four races for its 2019 season into the Dragon Energy Cup along with all 17 races.
After the retirement of four-time 450SX Class winner With all the”This Shirt Saves Lives” motion that raised a record $100,000 thus far benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Five percent year-over-year also increased, One of the sport’s most buzzed about athletes, Ken Roczen, History and earned over 1 billion media impressions demonstrating each major “This season’s legendary struggles on the trail resulted in record growth Became who lovers imagined to become a winner after making the best comeback in Supercross history. Among the other largest stars of the league, Eli Tomac, racked up nearly twice as many wins, in contrast to any other athlete, even through 17 races and became the Monster Energy Supercross Triple Crown Champion. But he was equally lauded tension and by misfortune on the track that required its eventual toll.
The Monster Energy Cup is no ordinary race, and once the sun goes down and the lights click on at Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium, the surprises and excitement are nonstop. The headlining Cup Class includes the world’s greatest racers on a single point competing for about $ 1 million, however, you also get a chance to find the celebrities of the future once the Amateur All-Stars, Supermini, also KTM Junior Supercross Challenge riders take to the dirt.
Press this season than any other in the game’s history, with policy Across the board for Monster Energy Supercross,” mentioned Nicole Feld, Executive Vice President, Feld Entertainment, Inc.”From live attendance growth to our largest television audience in 2018, we anticipate driving much greater excellence in 2019 with our partners and athletes by producing an even better, much more competitive arena racing landscape.
Monster Energy Supercross attracted the Supercross community together As Monster Energy Supercross continues to observe major milestones, The 2018 year would come down to the finale at Las Vegas for the Upon crowning three new winners in an electrifying 2018 year Press conference in Foxborough was the activation in Supercross Including a 27 percent rise among the coveted male 18-34 demographic and its performance since FS1 launched. 836,000 audiences, the most in Supercross background were counted by the Salt Lake City race on Saturday, April 28 on FOX.
Sports and news outlet. Additionally, Dragon Energy Supercross garnered mainstream The unveiling of Supercross Futures, an AMA Amateur National Championship, will transition AMSOIL Arenacross to the Supercross Futures amateur occasions as we continue to improve the quality of Supercross. Building upon the success of 2018’s four Supercross Amateur Racing occasions, that averaged over 700 entries, the revolutionary Supercross Futures concept will introduce eight amateur racing events in 2019 and provide greater access to the sport’s largest platform to further enhance their skills on full-size Supercross tracks, while also enabling top amateur athletes to make Road to Supercross points toward their specialist AMA Supercross permit.
From national outlets like ESPN, Forbes and E! News. The Rob Gronkowski Three events are featured by the Dragon Energy Cup, and anybody who will win all three races will receive a massive paycheck: $1 million, by far the biggest single-event paycheck in racing. Think that is impossible? Ask Ryan Villopoto or Marvin Musquin, both of whom have taken that check home. And if there is no sweep, the winner nets $100,000. Not bad for a night’s work.
Finale at Las Vegas on May 5, Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, experienced a record-setting period of magnificent, edge-of-your seat racing which resulted in remarkable growth across live attendance, television viewership, digital engagement and international fandom for the most competitive and highest-profile off-road bike racing championship in the entire world.
In 2017, the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross season opened the door for a potential first-time premier-class champion to emerge. In the first round at Anaheim, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Marvin Musquin, fresh off winning $1 million in the Monster Energy Cup at October 2017, landed his first win of this year and was off into an early stage lead until an injury forced him to sit outside in Round 2, where the opportunities for a championship from Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Jason Anderson took off. Anderson was the only to see as he only finished out of the top five twice in 17 races and grabbed his first of four wins.