WSX Announces 2024 Schedule

The World Supercross Championship has announced their 2024 schedule that will kick off in October and will end the first week of December.

The Championship will be four total rounds and will return to Abu Dhabi while visiting two new cities in Perth and Vancouver.

This will be WSX’s third season and sort of a rebrand. They’ve added a new CEO, Andy Edwards and have brought on Kurt Nicoll to oversee the tracks along with other duties.

The press release is below:

We know you’ve been patiently waiting for this … We’re excited to announce our biggest Championship season yet – 4 rounds, 2 new cities. Let’s go racing!

The 2024 FIM World Supercross Championship will kick off at BC Place, Vancouver, Canada for Round 01, as the home of the Vancouver Whitecaps transforms to host WSX on Saturday 26 October.

Moving to Perth, Australia for a double-header Down Under at HBF Park on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 November, for Round 02 and Round 03.

Then it’s off to Abu Dhabi, UAE for the season finale, Round 04 at Etihad Arena on Wednesday 4 December. WSX joins a thrilling week of motorsport alongside the Formula 1 Grand Prix on the iconic Yas Island, where the 2024 FIM World Supercross Champion will be crowned …

Will it be Ken Roczen for the three-peat or a new challenger? 

Save the dates and register for presale.

Written by Troy Dog

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