Beginning with the first race of the season at Glen Helen Raceway on May 11, AMA Motocross fans will be able to hear the action from every lap of the 2003 AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championship thanks to an all-new audio webcast, presented by Racer X.

Carried live on, the webcast will be an actual simulcast of the event announcers "calling" the race. In addition to the webcast, fans can also log on to for real-time lap timing.

TV viewers won't miss out either as ESPN2 will once again broadcast each moto of racing action for both the 125 and 250 classes.

"Between our extensive TV coverage, audio webcasts and live timing data, motocross enthusiasts have a wide variety of ways to follow their favorite sport and literally monitor the action as it unfolds," said John Farris, AMA Pro Racing vice president of commercial development. "Emerging technology gives us the opportunity to present our series in a way that was but a dream a few short years ago. The days of waiting weeks for motocross event coverage are gone as fans now have instant access to information. AMA Pro Racing is pleased to be able to bring this to our fans."

"We're really excited to once again present the audio webcast of the AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championship for people all over the world," added Davey Coombs of Racer X. "This motocross series is the most important in the world now, and fans everywhere, whether they are from Australia, France, South Africa or even Southern California, should have the chance to listen to these races live on the Internet."

The AMA Chevy Trucks U.S. Motocross Championship is comprised of 12 events throughout each summer. The 2003 season begins May 11, at Glen Helen Raceway and culminates August 31 at Steel City Raceway.