Monster Energy Supercross‰Ûª history in California‰Ûªs Bay Area dates back to 1979 when it hosted three races inside Oakland‰Ûªs Coliseum from ‰Ûª79-‰Ûª84.
The championship has been back in the Bay Area since 2003, first from San Francisco‰Ûªs AT&T Park before returning to Oakland in 2011.
Oakland Alameda County Coliseum and Angel Stadium share the distinction of being the oldest stadiums in Monster Energy Supercross, with both opening in 1966.
The first ever Monster Energy Supercross race in the Bay Area was especially unique because it was made almost entirely of sand. Winner Jimmy Weinert‰Ûªs dominant performance ultimately forced an addition to the rulebook banning ‰ÛÏpaddle‰Û