Ama supercross 2022
The next press launch is from the Fox Australian Supercross Championship:
TheFOX Australian Supercross Championshipis back again with the 2023 collection information announced these days featuring 3 rounds in Newcastle, Melbourne, and Adelaide.
The series will open up on November eleven with a return to Newcastle for the exceptional Triple Crown occasion at McDonald Jones Stadium, adopted by a attribute round at Melbourne’s FIM World Supercross Championship event at Marvel Stadium on November 24, with the finale to take put at the iconic Adelaide Showgrounds on December 2 to attract the sequence to a shut.
Promoters and commercial rights holders of the Australian Supercross Championship,AME Team, are thrilled to announce business giant, FOX Racing will also return as naming legal rights associate in 2023, demonstrating their ongoing motivation to the activity.
Kevin Williams has joined forces with the AME crew, as Director of Motorsport, to build a apparent eyesight for the 2023 collection, the foreseeable future of the FOX Australian Supercross Championship and its role in escalating participation in filth bicycle driving.
“Following field comments and thinking of price tag of vacation correct now – we imagine three rounds would make sense for 2023, with the perspective to go to four rounds in 2024 and then 5 in 2025,” said Williams.
“Most importantly for this year, we needed to prioritise quality around quantity when it comes to rounds & racing and develop a steady footing for sustainable development moving ahead.”
As properly as confirming the return of the aid class SX3 Cup (125cc/250cc four-stroke), Williams also disclosed the re-introduction of 85cc racing, with a revised 85cc course for 12 to fourteen-12 months-olds.
With past Supercross Champions like Chad Reed, Craig Anderson and Jay & Ryan Marmont all setting up their Supercross careers on 80cc in Australia, AME Group’s Mick Sinclair mentioned how this class has been reborn from the wish to support young riders and in the end produce a lot more future Australian Supercross champions.
“We are psyched and proud to see the return of the 85cc Racing classification to the 2023 Australian Supercross Championship,” mentioned Sinclair.
“This pivotal determination highlights our dedication to nurturing young expertise and shaping the long term of Supercross in Australia. We understand the huge importance of delivering a platform for aspiring twelve- to 14-12 months-previous riders to harness and increase their competencies, as properly as showcase their skill on the significant stage.
“The reintroduction of 85cc racing will ideally ignite a feeling of enjoyment, empower the up coming generation to chase their dreams and encourage plenty of others to begin their Supercross journey.
“We’ll have additional pretty remarkable news on this group in the coming 7 days that we can not hold out to share with both riders and lovers.”
An additional alter from 2022 will see AME Group become the sole promoter managing the Australian Supercross Championship series spanning rider/teams, party functions and generation via to media, advertising and marketing, broadcast and industrial for all rounds, which will be paramount in offering a reliable baseline for the situations.
Kelly Bailey, Running Director of AME Team, confirmed a three-year technique has been produced around supporting the sport and sequence to deliver incremental and sustainable expansion for supercross in Australia.
“AME is committed to developing a group around Supercross and broadening its attractiveness in Australia,” reported Bailey.
“After delivering a successful Newcastle celebration in 2022 with more than seventeen,500 fans packing out McDonald Jones stadium, we took absent learnings, marketplace and fan feedback and now simply cannot hold out to see this arrive to everyday living across all AUSX gatherings to make them even larger and superior transferring forward.”
Motorcycling Australia’s CEO, Peter Doyle stated he was thrilled to see the function return to Newcastle, Adelaide and Melbourne and is anticipating additional big crowds in aid of the series.
“Last year we saw the FOX Australian Supercross Championship return in style giving supercross fans around Australia the superior-octane injection they’d been all craving,” said Doyle.
“Importantly the excellent of gatherings and racing was initial-class, we saw huge crowds in attendance and far more community riders’ names up in lights.
“The path of the championship via AME’s method and steerage is serving to revitalise the sport and we just can’t wait to see what 2023 delivers for the collection and over and above.”
Extra announcements concerning racing formats, revised prize dollars composition and tv broadcast are to stick to.
- Spherical one: McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle, NSW – November eleven
- Round 2: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Victoria – November 24
- Round 3: Adelaide Showground, Adelaide, South Australia– December two
For extra data on the FOX Australian Supercross Championship visit:www.australiansupercross.com.au.