THE 2003 AMA SUPERCROSS SERIES LOCATIONS -JAN 3
JamSports and AMA Pro Racing today announced the list of major-market cities that will constitute the 2003 AMA U.S. Supercross Championship. The season will kick off in Los Angeles on January 4 and conclude in New York on May 3.
The cities included in the 2003 AMA U.S. Supercross season are: New York, Los Angeles (two rounds), Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Washington D.C., San Francisco, Boston, New Orleans, Charlotte, Tampa, and Daytona.
The 2003 markets reinforce JamSports? and AMA Pro Racing?s commitment to spread the AMA U.S. Supercross Championship geographically and to include more heavily populated areas that better represent the entire country.
‘It was extremely important that our 2003 series send a clear signal of our commitment to the sport and its incredibly talented athletes,’ said Jerry Mickelson a principal in JamSports. ‘We are dedicated to growing AMA Supercross, and we will not allow cost factors, yesterday?s excuses or obstructions of any kind to deter us from doing the right thing.’
For the first-time in the 29-year history of AMA Supercross, the 2003 AMA Supercross Championship will be broadcast LIVE nationally on Speed Channel. Speed Channel will also promote each race in every venue weekly prior to telecast, providing racing fans with a consistent, live schedule of the best riders in the world.