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News: Supercross in 2019

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Feld Motorsports confirmed moments ago that Anaheim 2, Detroit and Houston will host Triple Crown events during the upcoming Monster Energy Supercross season. It was confirmed in the same announcement that there is going to be East/West Showdowns in Atlanta and Las Vegas. The rest of the rounds will follow a traditional format.

We’re really looking forward to defending the Triple Crown Championship in 2019,” said Eli Tomac, last year’s Triple Crown Champion and recent Monster Energy Cup winner. “The team was excited to take home the inaugural championship last year, and the three Main Event format is the same as the Monster Energy Cup, which we just recently won. Of course, the goal is always to win the overall Supercross Championship, but these races should be fun for the fans because they are short, fast and intense.”

The Triple Crown Championship was won by Eli Tomac this year, as mentioned above, then Jeremy Martin and Adam Cianciarulo took the victories at the two East/West rounds. Indianapolis play host to one of this year, but will be replaced by Atlanta when the new season fires into life. “I think the East/West Showdowns are really cool and a fun change in the schedule, especially for the fans,” said Christian Craig of GEICO Honda. “The best part is probably finding out which coast is more dominant or if they are pretty even.”

Sixteen of the seventeen Monster Energy Supercross track maps were released earlier today as well. Those can be viewed elsewhere on MX Vice.

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Injury Update: Christian Craig and Evan Ferry out of Arlington

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Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider Christian Craig has been ruled out of Round 7 of the 2024 AMA Supercross Championship in Arlington after re-aggravating an ongoing elbow injury.


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The 32-year-old missed much of last season after injuring his right elbow at Glendale and then requiring multiple surgeries, however, he will now seek further medical advice as a result of re-aggravating the injury in recent weeks.

An attempt to line up in Texas on the Husqvarna Motorcycles FC 450 Rockstar Edition saw Craig on track during Friday’s press activities at AT&T Stadium, before deciding to sit out the round and focus on his recovery in order to regain 100 percent fitness.

Nathan Ramsey, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team Manager: “Christian’s elbow has been slowly getting a little more irritated over the past couple of weeks. On Thursday before coming to Arlington, it was at its worst and then he tried to ride press day, but it just wasn’t happening. He’s re-aggravated it and unfortunately will not be riding this weekend. From this point, we will do everything we can to assess what’s going on and to get him back out there, back at full form as soon as possible.”

A possible return date is yet to be determined and additional information on his condition will be made available in due course.

Evan Ferry

Supercross rookie Evan Ferry has frustratingly been ruled out of the Arlington Supercross – round two of the 250SX East series – following a fall during the event’s press day, yesterday.

During press day inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Ferry fell, resulting in an injury to his right shoulder. Initially, Evan and the team were hopeful that he would be able to compete in the event, but following medical examinations, it became clear that he was unable to take part in today’s proceedings.

Evan will seek further medical investigation and advice from his personal doctor on Monday to confirm what the prognosis will be.

Everyone at Triumph Racing wishes Evan all the very best for a speedy recovery and looks forward to seeing him back on track soon.

Bobby Hewitt – Triumph Racing Team Principal: “Obviously, this is a huge disappointment for Evan and the whole Triumph Racing team. Evan had a really rough time of things at the opening round of the 250SX East series, getting taken out in the first corner of the main event, so we were really hoping that this weekend he’d be able to show what he’s capable of. Sadly, that’s not going to be the case, which is a huge shame for Evan. Everyone in the team wishes him all the best for a speedy recovery and we hope to have a more detailed update on the situation when he’s seen his doctor on Monday.”

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Results: 2024 Arlington Supercross

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2024 Monster Energy AMA Supercross is back for round seven! The racing in Arlington has commenced and the results are flying through at quite a rate. Keep up with everything that is going on in the different sessions in both 450SX and 250SX by checking this page. Lead Image: Supercross

This page will have all of the results. The results are posted in an easy-to-view fashion, with the latest results at the very top of the page. If you do not immediately see the most recent results, hit the refresh button in the top-right corner and then the issue should be rectified.

450SX Group A Qualifying 1

250SX Group A Qualifying 1

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Video: MXGP Champ to SX Rookie | Jorge Prado Supercross All-Access

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Go behind the scenes with an all-access look as Jorge Prado chases his Supercross dream in Jorge Prado: Under the Lights.

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