2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series Postponed

Five SX races canceled due to the spread of coronavirus.

After 10 rounds of racing, Eli Tomac leads the 450SX Class Championship point standings by three over Ken Roczen. As of this writing, there are only two more venues left on the schedule to determine who will win the coveted premier class title.
After 10 rounds of racing, Eli Tomac leads the 450SX Class Championship point standings by three over Ken Roczen. As of this writing, there are only two more venues left on the schedule to determine who will win the coveted premier class title.Brown Dog Wilson

Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 and expanding restrictions on domestic and international travel, and in accordance with national state and local governments prohibiting large group gatherings, Feld Entertainment has announced that the 2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season has been postponed until further notice.

After 10 rounds of racing, Eli Tomac leads the 450SX Class Championship point standings by three over Ken Roczen. As of this writing, there are only two more venues left on the schedule to determine who will win the coveted premier class title.
After 10 rounds of racing, Eli Tomac leads the 450SX Class Championship point standings by three over Ken Roczen. As of this writing, there are only two more venues left on the schedule to determine who will win the coveted premier class title.Brown Dog Wilson

In addition to round 11, which was scheduled to take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, this past weekend, the following Supercross events have been canceled:

  • Round 12 at Ford Field in Detroit on March 21
  • Round 13 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on March 28
  • Round 14 at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver on April 4
  • Round 15 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on April 18

As of this writing, only two races remain on the schedule: round 16 at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, on April 25, and the finale at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, on May 2.

Dylan Ferrandis is in search of his second consecutive Western Regional 250SX Class title in 2020. After six rounds of racing, he leads the point standings by seven over his teammate Justin Cooper. As of this writing, the two rounds left on the schedule for the Western Regional 250SX division racers are the penultimate round in Las Vegas on April 25 and the finale in Salt Lake City, Utah, on May 2.
Dylan Ferrandis is in search of his second consecutive Western Regional 250SX Class title in 2020. After six rounds of racing, he leads the point standings by seven over his teammate Justin Cooper. As of this writing, the two rounds left on the schedule for the Western Regional 250SX division racers are the penultimate round in Las Vegas on April 25 and the finale in Salt Lake City, Utah, on May 2.Brown Dog Wilson

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2020 450SX Class Championship Point Standings

Position Rider Brand Points
1 Eli Tomac Kawasaki 226
2 Ken Roczen Honda 223
3 Cooper Webb KTM 197
4 Justin Barcia Yamaha 195
5 Jason Anderson Husqvarna 170
6 Malcolm Stewart Honda 152
7 Justin Hill Honda 141
8 Justin Brayton Honda 129
Dean Wilson Husqvarna 129
10 Adam Cianciarulo Kawasaki 128

2020 Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship Point Standings

Position Rider Brand Points
1 Chase Sexton Honda 98
2 Shane McElrath Yamaha 88
3 RJ Hampshire Husqvarna 80
4 Garrett Marchbanks Kawasaki 79
5 Jeremy Martin Honda 65
6 Jo Shimoda Honda 60
7 Enzo Lopes Yamaha 51
8 Jordon Smith Kawasaki 48
9 Josh Hill Yamaha 43
10 Jalek Swoll Husqvarna 42

2020 Western Regional 250SX Class Championship Point Standings

Position Rider Brand Points
1 Dylan Ferrandis Yamaha 135
2 Justin Cooper Yamaha 128
3 Austin Forkner Kawasaki 122
4 Brandon Hartranft KTM 110
5 Alex Martin Suzuki 98
6 Jacob Hayes Husqvarna 89
7 Luke Clout Honda 83
8 Michael Mosiman Husqvarna 82
9 Derek Drake KTM 78
10 Mitchell Oldenburg Honda 72
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