AMA Supercross Caps 2018 Season With Record TV Ratings

AMA Supercross 2018 : Monster Energy Caps Season With Record TV Ratings, Robust Digital Growth. The 2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series continues this weekend with the 2018 Salt Lake City Supercross, the sixteenth round of the seventeen-race championship.

Each race of this year’s series will be broadcast to fans around the world, through FOX Sports channels in the United States and with a pay-per-view video package to fans around the world, including Europe and Canada (this package is not available to the United States). Want to watch the action? Take a look at the viewing information below, which includes links to the FOX Sports channel guide and the landing page for the SupercrossLive.tv website.

THE 2018 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS IS AN AFTERNOON RACE AND WILL BE BROADCAST ON YOUR LOCAL FOX CHANNEL, NOT FOX SPORTS 1. PLEASE CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTINGS FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.

Need a weekly reminder? Check out this link on FOX Sports that will send you a text or email alert about each broadcast…

2018 SALT LAKE CITY SUPERCROSS TELEVISION BROADCAST INFORMATION
APRIL 28TH 2018
UNITED STATES | FOX | 5:30 PM EST/2:30 PM PST | LIVE BROADCAST
INTERNATIONAL | SUPERCROSSLIVE.TV | PAY-PER-VIEW PACKAGEAs

Jason Anderson embarked on the 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season, he encountered a window of opportunity that had never been wider.

Coming off a second-place finish at last fall’s Monster Energy Cup, Anderson emerged as a favorite to capture the 450SX Class championship following the retirement of Ryan Dungey, a four-time premier class champion. The window expanded even farther after Marvin Musquin, the 2017 Monster Energy Cup champion, lost momentum after an early-season shoulder injury.

With Dungey, his former training partner, out of the fold Anderson slammed his foot on the gas. Not only did Anderson notch three victories in the 2018 campaign, building a commanding lead heading into last weekend’s finale in Las Vegas, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider proved to be a model of consistency. In 17 races on the schedule, Anderson finished out of the Top 5 just twice, culminating in his first-ever 450SX championship.

“We’ve put our whole lives into this, been riding dirt bikes for so long, to win this championship between me and my team, it’s the most surreal moment of my life,” Anderson said. “Man, I’m so happy. I was tested this year… I’m just beyond words.”

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