Upcoming five rounds cancelled as a result of COVID-19 outbreak.
Organisers of Monster Energy Supercross have taken the unprecedented step to postpone the entire 2020 season until further notice as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Indianapolis, Detroit, Seattle, Denver and Foxborough rounds have now been confirmed as cancelled altogether by Feld Entertainment.
“Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 and expanding restrictions on domestic and international travel, and in accordance with national state and local governments prohibiting large group gatherings, the 2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season has been postponed until further notice,” a statement read.
“Event ticket refund information can be located on the venue or ticketing website. If you purchased your tickets elsewhere, contact your point of purchase directly.
“The health and safety of everyone attending and competing in our live events, as well as our touring personnel, is our top priority. We will continue to monitor the situation. We value you as a fan and appreciate your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.”
While Las Vegas and Salt Lake City remain on the schedule for 25 April and 2 May respectively, it’s understood that stakeholders of the sport remain in discussions while closely monitoring coronavirus developments.