Feature photo: Eli Tomac celebrated the first ever moto win at WW Ranch MX Park at the 2017 USGP. Photo by: Octopi
The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is heading to Florida this weekend for the first time since 1997, and it is back on the schedule with a new venue in 2019: WW Ranch MX Park in Jacksonville, Florida. The park hosted it’s first-ever professional race back in 2017 with the MXGP of the USA where Eli Tomac won moto 1 but finished 2nd overall behind the Dutchman Jeffrey Herlings. By all accounts, the circuit proved that day that it was worthy of hosting a world-class motocross racing.
This will be WW Ranch MX Park’s first time on the AMA National Championship schedule, but you can check out the Florida National’s all-time historical stats from when the race was held at Gatorback Cyle Park in Gainesville, Florida, below.