Track Maps For Remaining Rounds

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6/1/2020 8:56 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/2/2020 1:28 PM

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Check out the @YamahaMotorUSA track maps for rounds 12-17 of @MonsterEnergy Supercross 🏟 #SupercrossLIVE

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6/1/2020 9:04 AM

Dang, no more outside the stadium sections? Thought they already had the dirt out there, unless it’s from unrelated construction or something. Bummer!

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6/1/2020 9:07 AM

At least they look to be getting better. They should run up in the stands though. Perfect time with no spectators.

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6/1/2020 9:10 AM

I'm happy the track designs are getting better

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6/1/2020 9:14 AM

round 17 isn't shown. Lets hope they go outside the stadium for the final round.

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6/1/2020 9:17 AM

Renner153 wrote:

At least they look to be getting better. They should run up in the stands though. Perfect time with no spectators.

That's assuming those stands can structurally handle the weight of all the scaffolding, wood and dirt, not to mention the pounding of the bikes on top of that.

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6/1/2020 9:32 AM

Rd 15’s long flat track section could be cool.

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6/1/2020 9:34 AM

That right handed first turn on Wednesday will be very interesting.

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6/1/2020 9:47 AM

avidchimp wrote:

That right handed first turn on Wednesday will be very interesting.

Agreed.... we rarely get to see them anymore. Gonna be some pile ups for sure.

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6/1/2020 9:49 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/1/2020 9:49 AM

Hopefully no more arenacross tracks... and some actual whoops would be nice....

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6/1/2020 9:53 AM

Rounds 15 and 16 almost the exact same tracks even the rhythms and whoops only difference is that round 16 loops back in before the finish line.

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6/1/2020 11:12 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/1/2020 11:13 AM

The outside sections had some construction going on when I drove by last week. If you look at the broadcast in the left side of the bleachers in the open section you can see it's a sizable concrete to dirt drop.

It'd be cool to see them use the outside area like the coliseum, hope that they are able to incorporate it.

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6/2/2020 12:41 PM

theycallmeebryan wrote:

round 17 isn't shown. Lets hope they go outside the stadium for the final round.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CA6AC7-hiey/

They wont...

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6/2/2020 12:57 PM

These tracks look terrible, why on earth do you not utilize the outside of the stadium that you could do. Disappointing.

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6/2/2020 1:09 PM

Round 16 looks like an arenacross track with two extra lanes.

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6/2/2020 1:14 PM

These tracks look better than no racing

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6/2/2020 1:58 PM

I have to say I'm also very surprised they aren't running outside the stadium. Is that area being used up or construction?

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6/2/2020 2:19 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/2/2020 2:20 PM

Hard to see the combo sometimes, the tracks will be short but some stuff will be challenging.

I miss JS7 in his prime. He could find quads here and there !

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6/2/2020 3:17 PM

my question is the dirt.

why not truck in 10 semis of sand and mix it in. I know it might cost a bit, and there are no fans, so little money...

but, geez, get a ride-able surface that will hold some moisture.

and why don't they water it, and then cover it. the opposite of the rain procedures.

keep the wind off of it, and hold the moisture in...

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6/2/2020 3:19 PM

Renner153 wrote:

At least they look to be getting better. They should run up in the stands though. Perfect time with no spectators.

EngIceDave wrote:

That's assuming those stands can structurally handle the weight of all the scaffolding, wood and dirt, not to mention the pounding of the bikes on top of that.

The main issue is the skid steers and loaders for building and maintaining that section.

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6/2/2020 3:47 PM

Racing is back....and so is the sound of whining......

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6/2/2020 3:51 PM

Renner153 wrote:

At least they look to be getting better. They should run up in the stands though. Perfect time with no spectators.

EngIceDave wrote:

That's assuming those stands can structurally handle the weight of all the scaffolding, wood and dirt, not to mention the pounding of the bikes on top of that.

CPR wrote:

The main issue is the skid steers and loaders for building and maintaining that section.

True

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6/2/2020 3:52 PM

Wow I can’t believe they left the worst track as the series final, all those 90 corners going around stadium💁

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6/2/2020 4:51 PM

A friend of mine who tends to dip in and out of racing made the point in a discussion we were having, "If no spectators are allowed why do these rounds even need to be in a stadium, surely they could build a track anywhere of any size?".

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6/2/2020 4:58 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/2/2020 4:59 PM

Mucktub wrote:

A friend of mine who tends to dip in and out of racing made the point in a discussion we were having, "If no spectators are allowed why do these rounds even need to be in a stadium, surely they could build a track anywhere of any size?".

Like? It’s been brought up a million times. You need the infrastructure to host an event like this. You also need a place/location that will allow this type of event to happen.

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6/2/2020 5:03 PM

Mucktub wrote:

A friend of mine who tends to dip in and out of racing made the point in a discussion we were having, "If no spectators are allowed why do these rounds even need to be in a stadium, surely they could build a track anywhere of any size?".

aeffertz wrote:

Like? It’s been brought up a million times. You need the infrastructure to host an event like this. You also need a place/location that will allow this type of event to happen.

TV set up/infrastructure is also another thing. Plus lighting, its already all there for a primarily night time event.

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6/2/2020 5:03 PM

Mucktub wrote:

A friend of mine who tends to dip in and out of racing made the point in a discussion we were having, "If no spectators are allowed why do these rounds even need to be in a stadium, surely they could build a track anywhere of any size?".

aeffertz wrote:

Like? It’s been brought up a million times. You need the infrastructure to host an event like this. You also need a place/location that will allow this type of event to happen.

If there are no actual paying spectators what infrastructure is needed that determines holding an event in the restrictive confines of a stadium setting?

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6/2/2020 5:20 PM

Mucktub wrote:

A friend of mine who tends to dip in and out of racing made the point in a discussion we were having, "If no spectators are allowed why do these rounds even need to be in a stadium, surely they could build a track anywhere of any size?".

Stadium has all the built in tech and TV platforms for the broadcast.

If you go up to the pressbox area in any stadium and there's an entire room full of racks and racks of electronics for broadcast, and so all Feld has to do is patch into that, send that to truck, and uplink

All the camera stands are in place from many angles and the wiring from those stands to the electronics racks

It's pretty much plug and play

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6/2/2020 5:22 PM

Also be hard to install one of those overhead spider cams in a Walmart parking lot track

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6/2/2020 5:29 PM

Mucktub wrote:

A friend of mine who tends to dip in and out of racing made the point in a discussion we were having, "If no spectators are allowed why do these rounds even need to be in a stadium, surely they could build a track anywhere of any size?".

aeffertz wrote:

Like? It’s been brought up a million times. You need the infrastructure to host an event like this. You also need a place/location that will allow this type of event to happen.

Mucktub wrote:

If there are no actual paying spectators what infrastructure is needed that determines holding an event in the restrictive confines of a stadium setting?

Parking, ground to build a SX track on, power and whatever hookups are necessary, internet and whatever TV specific stuff is needed, etc. There’s a lot more than you think.

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