MX Sports Pro Racing has announced the schedule for the 2022 season of professional motocross racing. Next year’s AMA-sanctioned Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship season is its golden anniversary. Fifty years of professional off-road racing lead us to this coming year.

Best Season Yet?

“This is arguably the most significant season in the history of American motocross,” said Davey Coombs, President of MX Sports Pro Racing. “If we’ve learned anything over the past two years it’s that nothing is given, but through so much uncertainty our sport has continued to bring joy, excitement, and compelling drama to those who share in the passion for motorsports. With our 50th Anniversary upon us, we hope to begin what feels like a new era and a fresh start of sorts for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. One that will see a return to fan-filled paddocks and the kind of up-close-and-personal atmosphere that has allowed our sport to stand alone in terms of accessibility.”

We’ve all struggled with the pandemic-induced restrictions on travel, crowds, and events. The 2022 summer season already looks packed full of all kinds of parties. If you’re into motocross, get a few of these dates in your calendar now.

The Season’s Schedule

The season begins on Memorial Day Weekend in California. The Fox Raceway National kicks off in Pala, California on May 28. Then the races move into northern CA for the Hangtown Classic in Rancho Cordova on June 4th. Lakewood Colorado takes on the Thunder Valley National on June 11. Colorado hands it off to the High Point National in Mt Morris, PA on June 18th. Celebrate Independence Day a little early, July 2 at the Red Bud National in Buchanan, MI. If Millville, Minnesota is more your jam, you can hit the Spring Creek National there on July 16th. The Washougal National takes over Washougal, WI July 23. After that, the Northeast gets a crack at the Unadilla National on August 13 in New Berlin, New York.

From there, Mechanicsville Maryland takes on the Budds Creek National on the 20th of August, and then Crawfordsville Indiana hosts the Ironman National August 27th. The season wraps up back where it started, in Pala, CA, at Fox Raceway, on Labor Day Weekend.

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