News 2020 Monster Energy Supercross A1 Press Conference + Press Day Photos

2020 Monster Energy Supercross A1 Press Conference + Press Day Photos

It’s just about time for the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Championship Series to begin. We were out at Press Day for the Anaheim 1 opener to listen to what the riders had to say, and watch them put in some hot laps on the track. You can watch the entire 2020 Supercross Season Opener Press Conference here, including Cooper Webb, Jason Anderson Eli Tomac, Ken Roczen, and Adam Cianciarulo:

Here is what the track is going to look like at Angel Stadium of Anaheim: It is an interesting track, with a long, sweeping, wide left-had turn before the first rhythm section. That should make for clean starts and better racing. There are two whoops sections, so that will benefit riders who have that skill mastered.

A sand section runs parallel to the start, and that can often offer unpredictable racing. As the sand comes just before the final turn before the finish, drama could be in store should the lead riders be close. Also, the racers double over the finish line, increasing the potential excitement.

To watch the race, and all other 2020 Monster Energy Supercross races on cable television or via Internet streaming, check our 2020 Supercross TV Schedule. We also have the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Schedule for your convenience.

We sent Will Embree down to Anaheim to cover the press conference and take photos of the riders in action on the stadium floor. Check out Will’s photos, and get ready for racing on Saturday!

2020 Monster Energy Supercross A1 Press Conference + Press Day Photo Gallery

2020 AMA Supercross Numbers

1: Cooper Webb

1W: Dylan Ferrandis

1E: Chase Sexton

2: Cooper Webb

3: Eli Tomac

4: Blake Baggett

6: Jeremy Martin

7: Aaron Plessinger

9: Adam Cianciarulo

10: Justin Brayton

11: Kyle Chisholm

12: Shane McElrath

13: Colt Nichols

14: Dylan Ferrandis

15: Dean Wilson

16: Zach Osborne

17: Joey Savatgy

18: Weston Peick

19: Justin Bogle

20: Broc Tickle

21: Jason Anderson

22: Chad Reed

23: Chase Sexton

24: R.J. Hampshire

25: Marvin Musquin

26: Alex Martin

27: Malcolm Stewart

28: Michael Mosiman

29: Cameron Mcadoo

30: Brandon Hartranft

31: Fredrik Noren

32: Justin Cooper

33: Joshua Grant

34: Tyler Bowers

35: Hunter Lawrence

36: Garrett Marchbanks

37: Martin Davalos

38: Kyle Peters

39: Jordan Bailey

40: Mitchell Oldenburg

41: Ty Masterpool

42: Ben Lamay

43: John Short

44: Kyle Cunningham

45: Jacob Hayes

46: Justin Hill

47: Lorenzo Locurcio

48: Henry Miller

49: Chris Blose

50: Benny Bloss

51 Justin Barcia

52: Austin Forkner

53: James Decotis

54: Jordon Smith

55: Martin Castelo

56: Justin Starling

57: Derek Drake

58: Sean Cantrell

59: Joshua Osby

60: Mitchell Falk

61: Alex Ray

62: Christian Craig

63: Jess Pettis

64: Vince Friese

65: James Weeks

66: Enzo Lopes

67: Jerry Robin

68: Nick Gaines

69: Carlen Gardner

70: Dylan Merriam

71: Ryan Breece

72: Robbie Wageman

73: Chase Marquier

74: Mitchell Harrison

75: Coty Schock

76: Mike Alessi

77: Kevin Moranz

78: Jake Masterpool

79: Isaac Teasdale

80: Thomas Covington

81: Anthony Rodriguez

82: Cade Autenrieth

83: Jett Lawrence

84: Jo Shimoda

85: Cole Martinez

86: Joshua Cartwright

87: Ramyller Alves

88: Logan Karnow

89: Marshal Weltin

90: Killian Auberson

91: Ryan Sipes

92: Austin Politelli

93: Blake Wharton

94: Ken Roczen

95: Carson Brown

96: Justin Thompson

97: Chris Howell

98: Bradley Lionnet

99: Brandon Leith

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