Monster Energy Supercross 2020 race schedule was recently announced with Utah landing the Supercross World Finale. This is a huge win for the state of Utah, with it being the 2nd largest sports event hosted since the Olympics.
The season finale will move to Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on May 2nd. The event will be televised on NBC with an overall media value of $15-20 million dollars and an anticipated economic impact of over $80 million dollars brought to the state of Utah.
A few points to note:
Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, is the most competitive and highest profile off-road motorcycle racing championship on the planet
Salt Lake City and Utah have hosted the event for numerous years with this being the first year to host the World Finale. Las Vegas has hosted the final race for the past 23 seasons
The World Finale is anticipated to bring in over $80 million dollars of economic Impact to the state of Utah
The finale will have an overall media value/exposure of $15-20 million dollars to the state of Utah
The event will be televised on NBC
In April of 2018, 836,000+ viewers tuned in for the race in Salt Lake City, one of the highest totals in the 44-year history of the sport
A 17-round schedule in just 18 weeks with an average attendance of 47,000 per event
One of the top 2-wheel motor sports in the world
Supercross embodies the State of Sport lifestyle with a majority of the fanbase spectating or participating in outdoor sports and leisure activities including 2-wheel motor sports
In addition to the finals event, Supercross Futures, an AMA Amateur National Championship, will take place on Sunday, May 3rd with close to 800 riders competing.
Please see attached release for more details and the 2020 Supercross Race schedule.