HOUSTON — The Monster Energy AMA Supercross schedule has been released, and that should be music to Cooper Webb’s ears.
The county native has shined in the sport over the past two seasons, winning the 450SX class in 2019 and finishing as runner-up in the past campaign.
This will be his fifth year in the premier class. He took 13th and ninth, respectively, in his first two 450SX seasons.
The Red Bull KTM Factory rider fell just 25 points shy of Eli Tomac for the top spot this past season, even though he earned more podium finishes (13) than any rider in the series, including eight straight at one point.
The last seven races took place at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Races in Salt Lake City, Utah, were held with tight restrictions, including no fans in attendance. The final three weeks featured three races on Wednesdays and four on Sundays. The series