It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Monster Energy Supercross is just around the corner and it is now acceptable to get very excited about what the seventeen-round series has in store for fans across the globe. There are many, many subplots for pundits to feast on and those should keep people busy over the next thirteen days. What facts are there to digest at this point though? Feld Motorsports released the track maps for every single stop on the calendar recently and those are below.
It is interesting to see sand sections in use at nine of the seventeen rounds. Although those sections do not always create the best racing, there are some creative designs in there. There will be a rhythm section made completely of sand in Tampa, for instance. There has not been a section like that since Monster Energy Supercross last visited Tampa in 2017.
It is equally as interesting to see that the track will run outside of the stadium in Salt Lake City, as it has done in Las Vegas for years. This is obviously an addition to give the last event unique appeal. Las Vegas, which will be the penultimate race for the first time, will not exit the stadium as it usually does. What stands out to you from the designs below? Join the conversation on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter).
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Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Race Kawasaki