AURORA, Ill. (July 26, 2001) -- Clear Channel Entertainment - Motor Sports announces the release of the 2002 schedule of the AMA EA SPORTS Supercross Series presented by Speed Stick. Tickets go on sale Aug. 27 through Ticketmaster outlets and ...
AURORA, Ill. (July 26, 2001) -- Clear Channel Entertainment - Motor Sports announces the release of the 2002 schedule of the AMA EA SPORTS Supercross Series presented by Speed Stick. Tickets go on sale Aug. 27 through Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.pacesupercross.com. <pre> The 2002 AMA EA SPORTS Supercross Series consists of the following 16 events:
2002 EA SPORTS Supercross Schedule M.com Name Round 1: Jan 5 Anaheim, Calif., Edison International Field (ABC) Anaheim Round 2: Jan 12 San Diego, Qualcomm Stadium San Diego Round 3: Jan 19 Anaheim, Calif., Edison International Field Anaheim II Round 4: Jan 26 Phoenix, Bank One Ballpark Phoenix Round 5: Feb 2 Anaheim, Calif., Edison International Field Anaheim III Round 6: Feb 9 Indianapolis, RCA Dome (ABC) Indianapolis Round 7: Feb 16 Minneapolis, Metrodome Minneapolis Round 8: Feb 23 Atlanta, Georgia Dome Atlanta Round 9: Mar 9 Daytona Beach, Fla., Daytona International Speedway Daytona Round 10: Mar 16 New Orleans, Superdome New Orleans Round 11: Mar 23 Houston, Astrodome (ABC) Houston Round 12: Apr 6 St. Louis, TWA Dome St. Louis Round 13: Apr 13 Pontiac, Mich., Silverdome Pontiac Round 14: Apr 20 Dallas, Texas Stadium (ABC) Dallas Round 15: Apr 27 Salt Lake City, Rice-Eccles Stadium and Tower Salt Lake City Round 16: May 4 Las Vegas, Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas
</pre> In addition, the EA SPORTS Supercross is slated to air on ABC's "Wide World of Sports" a record four times in 2002, increasing last year's ABC network broadcasts by one additional race. ESPN2 will once again carry the entire season in 125cc and 250cc one-hour programs. <pre> 2002 EA SPORTS Supercross ABC Broadcast Dates Round 1: Jan 6 Anaheim, Calif., Sunday afternoon Round 6: Feb 10 Indianapolis, Sunday afternoon Round 10: Mar 24 Houston, Sunday afternoon Round 14: Apr 21 Dallas, Sunday afternoon
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