Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing’s Eli Tomac recovered from this astonishing main-event crash to win the Anaheim opener for the first time in his career. Subscribe or renew your subscription today for your chance to win a $2,950 Greenger x Honda CRF-E2!
Fans at Anaheim 1 seemed especially locked in and enthusiastic—and they were rewarded. The history of Anaheim’s Angel Stadium as the spiritual home of AMA Supercross. A deep dive into the history of #13 in AMA Motocross and Supercross. With Oakland postponed, several SXers headed to Arizona to bang some bars arenacross-style.
These features and much more in the April issue of Racer X magazine.
Inside the April issue of Racer X magazine:
· This year’s season-opening Anaheim Supercross seemed bigger and louder than ever
· Anaheim’s Angel Stadium is the true home of Monster Energy AMA Supercross
· The history of #13 and the riders who have had the courage to wear it
· Oakland’s rainout drove several top privateers back to “supercross in a bottle,” aka AMA Arenacross
Bring the Noise
“It was Hell Yeah versus Team Fried, two established personalities duking it out, every fan both familiar and invested.” The Anaheim opener of Monster Energy AMA Supercross was even louder than usual. Why are the fans connecting so well to this year’s field?
Welcome to the Motel California
While Daytona hosts the oldest race and Los Angeles is the birthplace of modern supercross, Anaheim’s Angel Stadium is the series’ home away from home.
“I didn't like having it, but I tried not to even think about it.” Broc Glover isn’t the only pro who’s hesitant to run the #13. Former #13 Blake Wharton digs deep into the history of this (possibly?) unlucky number.
With the Oakland SX rained out, several privateers headed to Prescott, Arizona, looking for gold in the AMA Arenacross Championship.