The Supercross Futures AMA National Championship will be livestreamed from Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas on October 21 starting at 7:15 a.m. PT / 10:15 a.m. ET at

Fans can tune into the Supercross Futures website to watch an entire day of championship racing as 24 classes will be contested starting with the first gate drop at 7:30 a.m. PT with the Supermini 1 (12-15) class and ending with the 65cc (7-9) class at 5:30 p.m. PT.


All classes will follow a two-moto racing format where each moto will be five minutes plus one lap in length, except for the 50cc class which will clock four minutes plus one lap motos.

For the first-time ever, the 250 Futures and Supermini Futures classes will be contested in front of a capacity crowd as part of the Monster Energy Cup on Saturday, October 19. The entire race will be broadcast live onNBCSN starting at 7 p.m. PT / 10:00 p.m. ET or live via the NBC Sports app, NBC Sports Digital’s direct-to-consumer live streaming product.

The 250 Futuresand Supermini Futures classes feature the sports most talented up and coming athletes and the Monster Energy Cup will provide the perfect backdrop as the elite of the amateur ranks join their Supercross heroes and compete on the same track as their Supercross heroes.

The top ten finishers in the 250 Futures class will automatically receive their Supercross license allowing these competitors to potentially line up in Anaheim on January 4 when the 2020 season opens.

About Supercross Futures:

Supercross Futures, an AMA National Championship, is the official advancement platform of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship. The new series provides the world’s fastest up-and-coming talent a chance to compete in the same stadium and on the same dirt as the elite athletes of Monster Energy Supercross while honing their skills in advance of their professional careers.

With ten individual races taking place on Sunday in 2020, the ground-breaking concept will develop approximately 6,100 athletes across 26 classes inside the same stadiums and on the same dirt as the professionals — beginning with 4-year-olds in the 51 Limited class, through the elite 250 Futures class, providing athletes the opportunity to earn their 250SX Class Supercross license through the Road to Supercross. Visit for more information.


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