The Paris Supercross, originally scheduled for November 6-7 had to postponed, but will finally be held on Saturday, November 27 (from 2:00 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.) at Paris La Defense Arena.The one-day schedule and very tight hours are the best the the promoters could do to salvage this year’s edition It will be the 38th edition of the Paris Supercross, the oldest and main European Supercross.
The Larivière Organisation, organizer of the race since 1984, are happy tht the new date will enable some MXGP riders to race the Paris Supercross. Antonio Cairoli, Romain Febvre and Marvin Musquin will join a French squad of Maxime Desprey, Cedric Soubeyras, Thomas Ramette, Greg Aranda, Anthony Bourdon, Adrien Escoffier and many more. Justin Brayton will be there, as well as Chad Reed back for a last trip to Paris, along with Justin Bogle, Ryan Sipes, Josh Hill, Alex Martin and Cole Seeley (coming off the couch). In the 250 class, Maxime Renaux will line up against Vince Friese, Kyle Peters and Ty Masterpool.