The AMA Arenacross 2020 schedule has been announced today with the 12-round series getting underway on January 3 in Loveland, Colorado, with top riders from across the States competing in front of national TV cameras.
Tod Hammock, who has operated an indoor motocross series since 1995, will be the organiser of the series. “Our series has always been a lifelong passion of mine, and to now be aligned with the American Motorcyclist Association and have it be a sanctioned AMA series is beyond exciting,” Hammock said.
“I am looking forward to working alongside the AMA to continue to grow the wonderful sport that is Arenacross racing.”
AMA Arenacross is motocross racing moved indoors, with tight course that place a premium on racer technique, finesse and fitness.
“Arenacross is an important part of the AMA racing program and the AMA Arenacross National Championship will benefit fans and competitors,” said AMA Racing Director Kevin Crowther. “With Tod and his crew coming on board with the AMA, we know the series is in good hands. We welcome Tod and his series as the new AMA Arenacross National Championship and look forward to a successful 2020 campaign.”
Hammock said the AMA Arenacross National Championship will be broadcast on Fox Sports2.
The series will visit seven cities across six states, with doubleheaders at all but two venues. The 2020 AMA Arenacross National Championship will close out on March 7 at the Amarillo National Center in Amarillo, Texas.
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