Monster Energy Cup - Las Vegas, NV - Sam Boyd Stadium
Saturday - October 19, 2019
PRACTICE & QUALIFYING
1:20 pm Practice A Qualifying Practice (Outside)
1:35 pm Practice B Qualifying Practice (Outside)
2:05 pm 250 Futures Qualifying Practice (Outside)
3:05 pm 250 Futures Qualifying Practice (Inside Left)
3:20 pm Supermini Futures Qualifying Practice (Inside Left)
3:35 pm Practice B Qualifying Practice (Inside Reverse)
3:50 pm Practice A Qualifying Practice (Inside Reverse)
THE AVERAGE OF THE TWO QUALIFYING PRACTICE SESSIONS WILL DETERMINE THE TOP 18 TIMES IN THE CUP CLASS TRANSFERRING DIRECTLY TO THE MAIN EVENTS
4:20 pm Last Chance Qualifier
7:05 pm Main Event #1: 10 laps, 22 riders (1-22 points awarded)
8:25 pm Main Event #2: 10 laps, 22 riders (1-22 points awarded)
9:35 pm Main Event #3: 10 laps, 22 riders (1-22 points awarded)
*Events scheduled to change without notice
To make this year’s race even more challenging for the athletes, 5-time Supercross Champion and Monster Energy Cup track designer Ricky Carmichael went to great lengths to create a one-of-a-kind hybrid track which features three different starts that will send the racers backwards during one of the three 10-Lap Main Events. Two starts will begin inside the stadium where athletes will veer to the left for one Main Event, then to the right for another, while a third start will take place outside of Sam Boyd Stadium where racers will have a long sweeping first turn that will have them screaming back into the stadium and down Monster Alley at full speed before hitting the first rhythm section.
In all, the 2019 Monster Energy Cup track features 37 different obstacles, a fan-favorite over-under bridge, a Monster Energy Arch that traverses into the grandstands, dual sand sections and the ever-nagging Joker Lane, which as in year’s past will be a slower disadvantage that athletes will have to race through at least once during each Main Event.
2019 Monster Energy Cup Track – Inside Left Start
2019 Monster Energy Cup Track – Inside Right Start
2019 Monster Energy Cup Track – Outside Start
Additional athletes expected to race include reigning Supercross Champion and Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna and 2018 Supercross Champion Jason Anderson, plus Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing’s Justin Barcia who also won this event back in 2012 when he debuted in the premiere 450SX Class. Debuting this year in the same fashion will be the ever-popular Monster Energy Kawasaki athlete, Adam Cianciarulo.
Past winners of the Monster Energy Cup dating back to its inception:
Ryan Villopoto – 2011 ($1 Million Winner)
Justin Barcia – 2012
James Stewart – 2013
Davi Millsaps – 2014
Ken Roczen – 2015
Eli Tomac – 2016
Marvin Musquin – 2017 ($1 Million Winner)
Eli Tomac – 2018 ($1 Million Winner)
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