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The Monster Energy Supercross Triple Crown is an exciting new racing format that was implemented in 2018. Consisting of 3 races fans and racers alike get to experience three gate drops and holeshots!



  • The top 18 fastest riders qualify directly into the evenings’ 3 races
  • Four additional riders advance into the races via an LCQ (the LCQs for Triple Crown races take place before the night’s opening ceremonies)

Main Events:

  • 250 = 3 races at 10 minutes + 1 lap
  • 450 = 3 races at 12 minutes + 1 lap

Points/Scoring/Overall Results

  • The Triple Crown format uses an Olympic-Style Scoring System so 1st place = 1 point; 2nd place = 2 points, etc.
  • The rider with the LOWEST SCORE (ex. 1+1+1=3 if a rider wins all three Main Events) gets 1st place, and a full 25 regular championship points. 2nd overall pays 22 pts., 3rd overall pays 20 pts., etc.

Triple Crown Championship:

The Triple Crown is also a “championship within a championship,” as a rider’s results from the three Triple Crown races at Anaheim 2, Indianapolis and St. Louis and will be tallied to declare an official 2024 Monster Energy Supercross Triple Crown Champion!

The 2024 Triple Crown Champion is:


Cooper Webb celebrates winning the 2024 Triple Crown Championship