2007 Supercross Schedule released

Published April 1st, 2006

Saturday, April 1, 2006: Posted: 10:30 a.m. EST (05:30 GMT)



Anaheim CA — Supercross.com’s Internet Media Group announced today the
2007 Supercross Schedule, with more races added, including 5 additional
in Anaheim.



In addition to the acronym-laden THQ’D-AMPMeD-PACESsupercross Series,
the equally clumsy SX-AE Sports-World GP Supercross presented by AST’D
Series is a second series run in conjunction with the
THQ’D-AMPeD-PACESsupercross Series. There are four exceptions with the
SX-AE Sports-World GP Supercross presented by AST’D Series: 1. Addition
of two events in Canada, 2. Subtracting the event in Daytona, 3.
Different sanctioning bodies, 4. Separate scoring of championship
series & points.



Says Supercross.com Chairman Rick Johnson “Certainly, this progressive
thinking of two series is something we hope other major sports like the
NFL, FIFA, Formula 1, and MLB will adopt in the near future. It helps
make everything about our sport easier to understand, especially to new
fans and media worldwide. Words like “ground-breaking” and
“revolutionary” immediately come to mind. This is undoubtedly what our
sport needs to reach the next level.”



2007 THQ’D-AMPMeD-PACESsupercross / SX-AE Sports-World GP Supercross presented by AST’D Schedule:

  • December 2 – Toronto, Canada
  • December 9 – Calgary, Canada
  • January 1 – Anaheim CA
  • January 4 – Phoenix AZ
  • January 20 – Anaheim CA
  • January 23 – Anaheim CA
  • January 28 – San Francisco
  • February 4 – Anaheim CA
  • February 11 – San Diego CA
  • February 12 – Anaheim CA
  • February 18 – St. Louis MO
  • February 25 – Atlanta GA
  • March 4 – Indianapolis IN
  • March 10 – Daytona Beach FL
  • March 18 – Orlando FL
  • March 25 – Detroit MI
  • March 31 – Anaheim CA
  • April 1 – Houston TX
  • April 22 – Dallas TX
  • April 29 – Seattle WA
  • April 31 – Anaheim CA
  • May 1 – Anaheim CA
  • May 7 – Las Vegas NV


Johnson continues “Everyone knows that southern California is the
center of Supercross, so it makes sense that there are more races in
Anaheim now. The fact is, Supercross is now truly global (sic).”





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