As the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship series and the indoor stadium season of Monster Energy AMA Supercross come into focus, Feld Motor Sports, Inc. is excited to announce its specialty-themed races kicking off the new year which include returning themes and a nod to the past 50 years of Supercross racing. Additionally, registration is now open for all 10 rounds of the 2024 KTM Junior Supercross program, presented by Wells Fargo. The popular youth development program will culminate with an additional championship race featuring the winners from each of the 10 rounds in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Supercross championship final.
2024 marks the 50th anniversary season of AMA Supercross, celebrating its inception in 1974 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum which recently hosted the historic, inaugural SuperMotocross World Championship final this past September. As we celebrate the past, Round 3 in San Diego, will play host to a 50th anniversary retro themed night. Race teams, athletes, and industry partners will be encouraged to run historical graphics from past decades across bike liveries and race gear to celebrate the eras that helped shape Supercross into what it is today.
Round 7 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas will host Military Appreciation night, honoring the past and present members of the U.S. Military. As seen in previous years, race teams, athletes, and sponsors will continue to fly military-inspired graphics across their bikes and gear to honor those who serve(d).
As the Love Moto Stop Cancer campaign continues, Round 14 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee will see the return of the annual Love Moto Stop Cancer race, honoring the kids at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which is located right down the interstate in Memphis, Tennessee. Supercross, entering its eighth year of partnership with St. Jude, recently surpassed $1M in funds raised to support the fight against childhood cancer. Each year, this honorary race, which launched in Nashville in 2019, encourages teams, athletes, and industry partners to showcase St. Jude patient-inspired artwork across bike graphics and race gear. These items are then donated into the annual Supercross-St. Jude auction, an initiative that raised over $130,000 in 2023 alone. The yearlong text-to-donate campaign supporting St. Jude will launch at Round 2 at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California.