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I can see why fans are so enthusiastic about the motorcycles and their riders. The racing action is wild, with frequent motorcycle-to-motorcycle contact and spills. Dirt flies every which way. Monster Energy Supercross, as presented by Feld Motor Sports, is tailor-made for the enjoyment of spectators, safe in their seats in the grandstand and yet close enough to easily see and enjoy the racing.  In addition to racing, Monster Energy Supercross features spectacular opening ceremonies in the evening. The stadium lights dim and are replaced by a laser light show, towers of flame and fireworks. Spotlights follow individual riders around the track, as they do some jumps to thrill their fans.  For more information, and to see a racing schedule online, go to http://www.supercrossonline.com. You can also watch selected races on SPEED.  The next motorsports events to be covered in AutoMatters will be of the four-wheeled variety. Go online now for tickets to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana (Mar. 22 – 24/13) (www.AutoClubSpeedway.com) and the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (Apr. 19 – 21/13) (www.gplb.com).  As always, I would like to hear from you with your comments and suggestions. Please write to AutoMatters@gmail.com and visit the column archives at www.AutoMatters.net.  Copyright © 2013 Jan R. Wagner – #267 AutoMatters

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