Watch the Live Stream of 1st Motos on AlliSports.com All Year

Next week, the 2012 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, will kick off with the FMF Hangtown Motocross Classic on Saturday, May 19, at Sacramento’s Prairie City ORV Park. Fans unable to attend the opening or any remaining round of the Nationals can follow all the action at the Official Website of Lucas Oil Motocross, AlliSports.com, all summer long.

For the third straight season, the AlliSports.com Live Stream, presented by Kawasaki, will feature the opening motos from all 12 rounds of the championship, at no cost and in high definition.

“The live stream has been an integral part in bringing Lucas Oil Motocross to its fans all over the world,” said Mark Carter, Alli Sports' General Manager of Motocross. “Continuing the program is important for the series and we are excited to bring it back. Thanks to the support of Kawasaki, who will present the Live Stream this season, we will be adding additional camera POV's and will continue to provide this service free for the fans who aren’t able to attend an event.”

As an added bonus for 2012, the Live Stream, presented by Kawasaki, will also feature the second motos of the Women’s Motocross Championship (WMX) which will consist of eight races.

Tickets for all rounds of the 2012 Nationals can be purchased at AlliSports.com. The site will also contain important series and event information, athlete bios, and television schedules.

AlliSports.com will also provide exclusive Nationals content throughout the summer, with lifestyle features showcasing a different side of the riders as well as photo and video highlights following each round of Lucas Oil Motocross.

Fans worldwide can also “be social” with Lucas Oil Motocross thanks to American Motocross Social Media. The official Facebook page of the series (American Motocross) features exclusive contests and content, while the official Twitter account (@AmericanMX) allows fans to stay connected to everything happening on and off the track throughout the summer.

A new Instagram account at “AmericanMX” will also provide a behind-the-scenes look at Lucas Oil Motocross, while official on-track video content from the championship can be seen on the series’ American Motocross YouTube page.

For media information about the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, please contact MX Sports Pro Racing via email at media@mxsportsproracing.com.