Supercross, Motocross, EnduroCross Race Results
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Supercross is the indoor sibling of motocross, taking place in a stadium or arena with man-made obstacles. Taking place over an entire day, Supercross races start with timed qualifying rounds. The top riders from qualifying move into two groups, participating in two separate heat races. After a last-chance qualifier (LCQ) race, the lineup for the main event is set. In the main event, the 250SX class races for 15 minutes plus 1 lap, while the 450SX class races for 20 minutes plus 1 lap. The largest Supercross racing series is AMA Supercross, which takes place in the United States.
Taking place outdoors, motocross racing features natural-terrain tracks with man-made obstacles such as jumps, whoops, berms, ruts, and bumps. Most races consist of two engine size classes—250cc and 450cc—that last anywhere from 12 to 20 minutes for amateur races and 30 minutes plus two laps for pro races. The two largest motocross racing series are the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series, which takes place in the United States, and the MXGP series, which visits countries all around the world.
EnduroCross racing first came to the United States in 2004 as a one-round, winner-take-all championship at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. Since then, it has grown into a series that visits several venues across the United States. “EX,” as it’s sometimes referred to, has a similar racing format to Supercross with heat races, a last-chance qualifier (LCQ), and a main event. The obstacles on the track include, but are not limited to, rocks, logs, water, sand, and tractor tires. A similar type of racing series takes place in Europe, called the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship.