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Supercross – motocross in stadiums on steroids
Supercross brought motocross into massive arenas and stadiums, with pumped up tracks, ramps and obstacles that took the thrills and spills of the sport to new heights – literally. The events have become extravaganzas of rock music and fireworks, with the hyperbole pushed to new levels each year, to the delight of the millions of fans that follow the sport. Get on yer own bike and buy or sell Supercross tickets on StubHub.
Supercross history goes back many decades
The biggest series on the sport's international calendar is the AMA Supercross championship in the US. The competition began way back in the early 1970s, immediately capturing a loyal following by using baseball and football stadiums as venues. This move also attracted an entirely new segment of spectatorship for the sport, drawing people who had never been to racetracks but were used to going to their local sports stadium. Of course, Supercross is also held at bona fide race tracks like the historic Daytona International Speedway, which has lent it an extra touch of motorsport authenticity – the general public often sees the sport as more of an X-Games type of variation on the real thing. Which ultimately doesn't matter a bit – it's a spectacle of incredible daring, bravery and sheer bike handling skill, perhaps unparalleled anywhere else. You can find out for yourself with a nice spread of Supercross tickets to see you through the season, which usually takes place in the American autumn.
The extreme sport of motorcycling
The "extreme sport" tag that Supercross has picked up has a lot to do with the extravagant spectacles that the races have become. Monster Energy has always brought its usual sponsorship razzmatazz, perhaps matched only by Red Bull for complete domination of entire sports markets. The sport also has official accreditation from the world motorcycling authority, Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme, or as we know it, FIM. Many events also have fan entertainment organised in the days leading up to the actual racing, like the Supercross Fan Fest. These are specific to the venues and usually include opportunities to meet the riders and examine the bikes, and of course, take the obligatory selfies. It's also a great place to get the best Supercross merchandise. Adjacent venues have often hooked into the motorbike action, staging concerts to coincide, providing even more entertainment for fans. Past shows have included stars like Bryan Adams and, in a completely different vein, Maluma. Don't miss a chance to grab Supercross tickets if you're a motocross fan who hasn't experienced the pumped-up version yet. You can get all you need on StubHub.
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