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Entry List


Cooper Webb


Ryan Villopoto


Eli Tomac


Blake Baggett


Joey Savatgy


Jason Anderson


Chad Reed


Marvin Musquin


Malcolm Stewart


Jordon Smith


Benny Bloss


Vince Friese


Justin Barcia


Dylan Merriam


Justin Starling


Tyler Bowers


Cole Martinez


Cody Vanbuskirk


Dare Demartile


Alex Ray


Chase Marquier


Austin Politelli


Todd Bannister


Chris Howell


Brett Hottel


Blake Lilly


Robbie Wageman


Tevin Tapia


Bryce Stewart


Kordel Caro


Theodore Pauli


Kyle Swanson


Ryan Surratt


Kevin Moranz


Phillip Klakow


Deven Raper


Logan Karnow


Scotty Wennerstrom


Alexander Nagy


Colton Aeck


David Pulley


Cheyenne Harmon


Tyler Enticknap


Gared Steinke


Carlen Gardner


Josh Greco


Marvin Musquin swept all three motos at the MEC twelve months ago.

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Free Practice (Group B)


Free Practice (Group A)


Supermini Qualifying Practice


Amateur All-Stars Qualifying Practice


Qualifying Practice (Group A)


Qualifying Practice (Group B)


Supermini Qualifying Practice


Amateur All-Stars Qualifying Practice


KJSC Practice


Amateur All-Stars Qualifying Practice


Supermini Qualifying Practice


Free Practice (Group B)


Free Practice (Group A)


KJSC Practice


Last Chance Qualifier



Main Event One


Supermini Race One


Amateur All-Stars Race One


KJSC Race One


Main Event Two


Supermini Race Two


Amateur All-Stars Race Two


Main Event Three


Jason Anderson is set to appear as the current 450SX champion.

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Previous Winners


Marvin Musquin


Eli Tomac


Ken Roczen


Davi Millsaps


James Stewart


Justin Barcia


Ryan Villopoto


Eli Tomac is arguably the favourite to claim the overall win on Saturday.

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Monster Energy Supercross

Injury Update: Jace Owen

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Following his horrific crash at the final round of WSX in Melbourne, Jace Owen has provided an update on his condition, with him suffering a host of nasty injuries including a concussion, four broken ribs, lacerations on his liver and lung and a grade 2 AC joint separation. Here’s his post below. More to follow. But in the meantime, we wish him all the best for his recovery.

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Red Bull KTM ready for launch in 2024

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A refreshed four-rider combination will lead Red Bull KTM Factory Racing into the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship (SMX), beginning with the AMA Supercross Championship season-opener at Anaheim 1 on January 6, and with firm intentions of competing for title wins when the gates drop on the upcoming 31-round season. Red Bull KTM Factory Racing will field the all-star line-up of Chase Sexton and Aaron Plessinger on the KTM 450 SX-F FACTORY EDITION in 2024, alongside Tom Vialle and Julien Beaumer, who will each be READY TO RACE with the KTM 250 SX-F FACTORY EDITION under the guidance of Team Manager Ian Harrison.

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All four riders were presented this afternoon and into the evening during a special 2024 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team media introduction under lights at RD Field, the organisation’s official testing and training facility based in Murrieta, California, as they enter the important final stages of the pre-season together.

Bringing the red number one plate to defend his 450SX championship is Chase Sexton, the 24-year-old who clinched a first-career premier class crown last May. Also ranked fourth in the AMA Pro Motocross Championship after a share of misfortune, as well as the third-place finisher in the inaugural SMX post-season, Sexton has the credentials and form to enter season 2024 as a legitimate title contender across the board once again.

Chase Sexton: “I’m excited and feeling refreshed for the start of the 2024 Supercross series. Testing is going well and I’ve enjoyed getting to know everyone more and more on the team, and feel like I’m gelling well with the crew and my new teammates. There’s obviously a level of expectation that comes with heading into 2024 carrying the red plate and I welcome the challenge, especially with the full support of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing behind me.”

Fan favourite Aaron Plessinger is back for his third term at Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, determined to build upon his 2023 campaign that saw him claim seventh overall in 450SX despite missing multiple rounds, a convincing third in 450MX, and fifth in the combined SMX standings. Those results will form a strong foundation for the 27-year-old to work from in the upcoming season, motivated to establish himself at the front of the pack year-round.

Aaron Plessinger: “I’m totally ready to get this show on the road and go racing! Preparation for the 2024 Supercross season is going to plan and I’m just eager to get back to the races to see all my friends and fans again. I’m hoping I can finally bag some of those elusive wins this season, that’s the goal for the team and I, and I think it’s achievable with the encouragement and support I receive from everyone in the Red Bull KTM family.”

Two-time MX2 World Champion Tom Vialle built immense experience this year in what was his first season of competition in the United States, with the 23-year-old Frenchman now looking to benefit from the lessons learned over the past 12 months. Vialle was eighth in the 250SX East points, sixth in 250MX with a single victory to his credit at Southwick, and P8 in SMX, which sets him up for a strong sophomore season ahead.

Tom Vialle: “The idea of getting to race at venues and on tracks that I’ve been to before is exciting and something I am really looking forward to next year. I feel like I learned a lot in my rookie season in the U.S., but it’s definitely tougher racing a brand new track every week when almost everyone in your class has already raced on them before. It’s really going to help my confidence a lot knowing the tracks I’m going to – it makes a big difference. 2024 should be a good year for me and the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team!”

As for 17-year-old newcomer Julien Beaumer, he will open his full-time professional career as the youngest member of the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team and is in line to make his mark while his knowledge climbs on a week-by-week basis. Already a SX Futures Main Event winner, Beaumer is debuting in 250SX and will carry that rookie tag into Pro Motocross, as well as the SMX Finals series when it commences in September.

Julien Beaumer: “Making my debut in the 250 Supercross class next year is a dream come true and I’m super-grateful to everyone at Red Bull KTM Factory Racing for giving me this opportunity. My goal is to go out there and learn as much as I can this season, all the while giving it my all. The team and I have put in a lot of laps at the practice track to build a good base and gain as much experience as I can before the start of the 2024 season. I just want to do my best and make both the team and myself proud in my rookie season.”

Ian Harrison – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team Manager: “Our 2024 team is excited to start the new race season. Two of our team members are new, so getting to know one another and developing their bikes specific to their needs and riding style can be a challenge, but so far it has gone very well. The team has spent many days at the test track working on fine-tuning the bikes and I am now looking forward to seeing how we stack up against our competition on January 6th. It is exciting for me as the Team Manager to see our four riders working together so cohesively while motivating and challenging each other to be better. Behind all this effort is always a group of people who are diligent at putting the hours in to get us ready for the start gate at Anaheim 1, and for them, I am very grateful. See you at the races.”

Roger De Coster – Director of Motorsports, North America: “I am very impressed with the dynamic amongst the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team and I’m looking forward to the start of the new season. With fresh blood in the team, it’s great to see the level of positivity amongst the group as a whole, working together and motivating one another. Watching them at the test track each day, there is good forward momentum amongst the group and I think we are in a strong position to challenge up front in all classes each weekend. Austria has been working extremely hard and has shown great support, which is really encouraging and I’m excited for 2024.”

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Lawrence Brothers VIP Experience announced for 2024 AMA Supercross

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Feld Motor Sports, Inc., in partnership with Jett and Hunter Lawrence, are excited to announce the Lawrence Factory Fan Zone coming to 16 rounds of Monster Energy AMA Supercross in 2024. These exciting new VIP experiences mark the first of their kind tied directly to Supercross athletes and will see activations take place on both Friday and Saturday. On the heels of a year dominated by the Lawrence name, Jett and Hunter look forward to opening their doors to fans on race weekends and provide a behind the scenes view at their winning formula. Friday and Saturday VIP experiences are now available for purchase at

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“The main reason we want to do this is for our fans to join in on our journey. We’re just starting our 450 career and would love to have our fans along for the ride in our prime, experiencing the same emotions as us, taking in the full VIP experience as we navigate this new chapter,” said newly crowned 450 SuperMotocross World Champion, Jett Lawrence.

Friday’s experience, “Lounge with the Lawrences” is an opportunity for fans to spend time with the duo in a relaxed environment before race day, offering photo opportunities, a Q&A session, games, and refreshments. Additionally, Team Lawrence has carefully curated a Limited-Edition Merchandise Pack that is exclusively available through this experience. 50 spots will be available for Friday’s Lounge with the Lawrences.

Saturday’s experience, “Rev Up with the Lawrences” was created by the brothers to thank their fans for their unwavering support. Jett and Hunter want to provide their fans with a one-of-a-kind experience giving unprecedented access into their lives as they enter this new chapter in their careers. The Lawrence camp has created the Lawrence Factory Fan Zone where fans can expect to experience the ins and outs of race day and spend time with Jett and Hunter, something that is rare to experience on race day. 20 spots will be available for Saturday’s Rev Up with the Lawrences.

“The Lawrence Factory Fan Zone is a place for our supporters to get the full race day experience at a VIP level. It will be the best place to hang out and experience Supercross in the most fun way possible, the Lawrence way. We look forward to meeting everyone at the races!” Said 2023 Eastern Regional 250SX Class Supercross Champion, Hunter Lawrence.

This exciting collaboration with Jett and Hunter Lawrence is possible following the launch of several other successful VIP experiences in 2023 that took the fan experience to the next level. With the help of OEM partners like Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing, Troy Lee Designs Red Bull GASGAS, and Twisted Tea Suzuki Presented by Progressive Insurance, the Supercross paddock is more interactive than ever, and fans can now truly experience what it’s like to be a part of a team on race day. In addition to team experiences, fan access to the racing action is at an all-time high with new and exciting offerings like track walks, trackside Main Event viewing, trackside opening ceremonies viewing, gold ticketing packages and more. Please visit for a complete listing of VIP experiences available at every round of Supercross throughout the season.

All 28 rounds of the SMX World Championship series, inclusive of 17 Supercross races and 11 Pro Motocross races, are currently on sale to the general public at and Dates and venues for the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship playoffs and final will be announced in January.

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