Rogers Centre is home of Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays and is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation. Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium is home of Canadian Football League’s BC Lions and will be the site of Opening Ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Each venue can hold up to 60,000 spectators.”Based on the enthusiasm of fans, the support of our teams, riders and sponsors, and the efforts of both SkyDome (now Rogers Centre) and BC Place, it was an easy decision to bring the THQ World Supercross GP back to Canada,” said Charlie Mancuso, president, Clear Channel Entertainment – Motor Sports. “We are looking forward to returning to Toronto and Vancouver this December with an even more extensive list of top riders, including our new THQ World Supercross GP champion Ricky Carmichael.”The two international races combined with 15 of the U.S. races (excluding the Daytona Supercross) comprise the 17-round THQ World Supercross GP. Last year Toronto marked Ricky Carmichael’s return to supercross due to injuries that prevented him from riding in 2004. He won both the Toronto and Vancouver races on his new Makita Suzuki and clinched his first-ever THQ World Supercross GP championship on April 16 at Seattle’s Qwest Field in front of 49,532 fans.The entire 2005-2006 THQ World Supercross GP/THQ AMA Supercross Series schedule will be announced soon and the entire series will be going on-sale in July:July 15-17 Exclusive Cross Club password protected on-sale (log on to supercross.cc.com for details on how to become a Cross Club member and gain access to this initial on-sale)July 18-24 Ticketmaster.com national on-line pre-saleJuly 25 National on-sale (via internet, phones, box office, and outlets)For more information about the THQ World Supercross GP, please log on to www.supercross.cc.com.