MX Sports Pro Racing

Championship Profile

The Pro Motocross Championship is the world’s premier motocross racing series. As the exclusive professional motocross program in the U.S. sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing (American Motorcyclist Association), the series features the world’s fastest racers competing on the most renowned racetracks in the country.

The championship consists of 11 rounds, beginning in May in California before embarking on a summer-long journey that features visits to Colorado, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Washington, New York, and Maryland before the season’s conclusion in August in Indiana.

Professional competition is divided into two classes: the 250 Class for 150-250cc motorcycles and the premier 450 Class for 251-450cc motorcycles. The race format for each class consists of two 30-minute-plus-two-laps races called “motos,” with the points earned from the results of each moto combined to determine an overall winner and finishing order. Points are accrued at each event throughout the season, and the rider who possesses the highest total in each class after the final event will be crowned champion.

Professional motocross competitions are conducted on natural terrain dirt courses that feature a variety of obstacles, which include a unique blend of challenging jumps, steep uphills and downhills, bermed corners, fast straightaways, and more. Motocross is recognized as one of the most physically demanding sports in the world, as well as the original extreme action sport.

Since 2009, the championship has been under the management of MX Sports Pro Racing, a professional race organization based in West Virginia. Under the stewardship of MX Sports Pro Racing, the series has experienced phenomenal growth and popularity, not only in television viewership, but also live audience and social media as well. All four motos at each event are broadcast live on national television via NBC, NBC Sports Network.

Motocross fans are a unique breed of action sports and motorsports consumers - edgy, energetic, enthusiastic, and athletic. Motocross is a lifestyle sport, and each summer the best athletes on the planet compete on the toughest racetracks in the country. Millions of fans lay witness to every second of the action, whether from along the fence line or from the comforts of home, via television or online.

MX Sports Pro Racing

MX Sports Pro Racing manages and produces the world's premier motocross racing series - the Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. MX Sports Pro Racing is an industry leader in off-road powersport event production and management, its mission is to showcase the sport of professional motocross competition at events throughout the United States. Through its various racing properties, partnerships and affiliates, MX Sports Pro Racing organizes events for thousands of action sports athletes each year and attracts millions of motorsports spectators. . Visit for more information. 

AMA Pro Racing

AMA Pro Racing is the premier professional motorcycle racing organization North America, operating a full schedule of events and championships for a variety of motorcycle disciplines. Learn more about AMA Pro Racing at

SuperMotocross World Championship

The SuperMotocross World Championship unifies the unique elements of both the Supercross and Pro Motocross professional racing programs. By bringing together the sport’s athletes, race teams, sponsors, organizers and most importantly, the fans, the SuperMotocross World Championship, combines the best of both forms of racing, by showcasing the profound technical skill and precision needed to excel in Supercross, and the sheer speed, endurance and conditioning, required for success in Pro Motocross.

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