AMA: 2001 AMA EA Sports Supercross Schedule announced
12 July 2000
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Pro Racing announced today the schedule for the 2001 AMA EA Sports Supercross season. The 2001 season will begin in Anaheim, Calif., at Edison International Field on January 6th, for it's twenty-seventh season opener. The series will then travel south to San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium for round two before returning to Anaheim for the third round. It will then head to Phoenix, Ariz., return to Anaheim for yet another round before moving eastward to Indianapolis for round six. The remainder of the schedule will take EA Sports Supercross to Atlanta, Ga.; New Orleans, La.; Daytona Beach, Fla.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Houston, Texas; St. Louis, Mo.; Pontiac, Mich.; Irving, Texas; and then on to the newest venue introduced to supercross - Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah - just prior to the season finals being held once again in Las Vegas, Nev., at Sam Boyd Stadium. The 2001 AMA ES Sports Supercross schedule follows: January 6 Edison International Field (Anaheim, Calif.) January 13 Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, Calif.) January 20 Edison International Field (Anaheim, Calif.) 1January 27 Bank One Ballpark (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1February 3 Edison International Field (Anaheim,Calif.) February 10 RCA Dome (Indianapolis, Ind.) February 24 Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Ga.) March 3 Superdome (New Orleans, La.) March 10 Daytona Speedway (Daytona Beach, Fla.) March 17 Metrodome (Minneapolis, Minn.) March 24 Astrodome (Houston, Texas) March 31 Trans World Dome (St. Louis, Mo.) April 7 Silverdome (Pontiac, Mich.) April 21 Texas Stadium (Irving, Texas) April 28 Rice-Eccles Stadium (Salt Lake City, Utah) May 5 Sam Boyd Stadium (Las Vegas, Nev.) The American Motorcyclist Association EA Sports Supercross Series, brought to you by Thor/Parts Unlimited, is promoted locally by PACE Motor Sports? a publicly owned company of the largest diversified promoter of live events, SFX.