Changes Announced For 2021 Monster Energy Supercross Schedule

We have changes in the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross schedule. Feld Entertainment, promoters of the series, announced today that a third round in Indianapolis has been added to the schedule.

Originally scheduled to host two rounds (Round 4 and 5), Indianapolis will now host a third round (Round 6) on Saturday, February 6. Rounds 4 and 5 will still take place Saturday January 30 and Tuesday February 2, as previously announced. The series resumes as scheduled with Rounds 7-9 in Glendale, Arizona, starting February 20.  

In addition, the three rounds scheduled in Arlington have been moved from March 20, 23 and 27 to Saturday, March 13, Tuesday, March 16 and Saturday, March 20 at AT&T Stadium.  

Three rounds of the 17-round championship will be announced later as will the remaining Eastern Regional and Western Regional 250SX Class races, Triple Crown, and East/West 250SX Showdown events.  

Tickets for the first six rounds in Houston and Indianapolis will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, December 8. Preferred customers can sign up in advance for early access to purchase tickets a week prior, starting Tuesday, December 1 by visiting the schedule and tickets page. 


ROUND 1 Saturday, Jan 16 | Houston, TX [EAST] NRG Stadium

ROUND 2 Tuesday, Jan 19 | Houston, TX [EAST] NRG Stadium

ROUND 3 Saturday, Jan 23 | Houston, TX [EAST] NRG Stadium

ROUND 4 Saturday, Jan 30 | Indianapolis, IN [EAST] Lucas Oil Stadium

ROUND 5 Tuesday, Feb 2 | Indianapolis, IN [EAST] Lucas Oil Stadium

ROUND 6 Saturday, Feb 6 | Indianapolis, IN [EAST] Lucas Oil Stadium

ROUND 7 Saturday, Feb 20 | Glendale, AZ [WEST] State Farm Stadium

ROUND 8 Tuesday, Feb 23 | Glendale, AZ [WEST] State Farm Stadium

ROUND 9 Saturday, Feb 27 | Glendale, AZ [WEST] State Farm Stadium 

ROUND 10 Saturday, Mar 6 | Daytona Beach, FL [EAST] Daytona International Speedway 

ROUND 11 Saturday, Mar 13 | Arlington, TX [WEST] AT&T Stadium

ROUND 12 Tuesday, Mar 16 | Arlington, TX [WEST] AT&T Stadium 

ROUND 13 Sat, Mar 20 | Arlington, TX [WEST] AT&T Stadium 

ROUND 14-16 Announced at a later date!

ROUND 17 Date TBA | Salt Lake City, UT | Rice-Eccles Stadium

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  1. Wtf…. that’s the most f-d schedule I’ve ever seen…. you gotta be kidding … almost half the rounds in Texas… and just 1 race at Daytona or even in Florida…. stop succumbing to COVID fear … run the real series, bullshit multiple rounds in same city’s… you make all the money feld…. very apparent your just trying to save a few bucks, when your contract with a network sets the field for racing , well then I think we got a problem

  2. doing exact the opposite of covid fear..having races in red states where people arent letting covid run their lives….

  3. Thats messed up there not doing a race in atlanta Georgia close to were i live they dont want to give other ppl a chance to watch it live having the same place over and over is messed up what a joke.

  4. We are lucky they are even running the races at all as we where whey they finished out the season without fans in SLC on 2020. Buy a new OLED tv with the money you would spend watching it live snd enjoy watching all sports on tv next year. Wait until you hear about a team trailer or top rider coming down with it. Seems like every year someone has Mono or some disease they picked up from the road

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