PICKERINGTON, Ohio — AMASupercross.com has long been the go-to place for live timing and scoring of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship. For the 2009 season, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is proud to announce that the site still includes what fans crave — live race results — along with more timely photography, better race coverage and a new design.
“As a main online source for live coverage of what’s happening on the track at rounds of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, we decided a new look for AMASupercross.com was long overdue,” said AMA Racing Deputy Director Kevin Crowther. “The new site, which was up and operating for Round 1 in Anaheim, Calif., combines this live coverage with a clean, easy-to-navigate design, as well as news, blogs and photos from some longtime industry journalists.”
The new AMASupercross.com includes:
Live timing and scoring from every round of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship.
Practice, qualifying races and main event results, including lap times, lap charts, fastest overall times and point standings.
Dozens of race-day photographs by one of the industry’s best shooters, Jeff Kardas.
A blog by longtime motocross and Supercross industry observer and commentator Rupert X Pellett.
Racer interviews by reporter Jim Kimball.
The official series media guide.
The official series rulebook.
Schedule and ticket information.
A much more user-friendly interface.
While live and in-person will always remain the best way to experience Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship — for ticket information, see www.supercrossonline.com — those fans who can’t make it to the track are invited to follow the action online at www.AMASupercross.com. Live timing and scoring will begin this Saturday afternoon as timed practice gets underway at Chase Field in Phoenix, Ariz. Photos, race reports, interviews and commentary will be posted as available.