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Nashville Venue



Moto in the Music City has a very short history, dating back to 2019 when Eli Tomac (450SX) and Martin Davalos (250SX East) won the first Supercross main events ever held in the Volunteer State. The Nashville round took a four year break before returning in 2023 as round 15.

Fast Facts

Nashville’s Venue


Every Supercross held in the city of Nashville has been run inside Nissan Stadium, an open air football venue, home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. It opened in August 1999 and seats just over 69,000 spectators.

Iconic Moments

With just two races held, they’re all iconic!

2019: Eli Tomac goes from 11th to 1st in 7 minutes!

A carnage filled race with Marvin Musquin going down in the whoops on lap 2 while trying to pass the leader, Cooper Webb. Joey Savatgy took over second place but then tucked his front end and injured his wrist. That fall sent a close-trailing Ken Roczen backflipping over a tuff block and all the way to the back of the pack. Eli Tomac, who finished the first lap in 11th, was in the lead just seven minutes into the race (lap 9 of 26). Tomac left Nashville 21 points behind Webb (3 rounds to go) and tied for 2nd in points with Musquin.

2023: Hunter Lawrence wins the 250SX East title

23-year-old Australian Hunter Lawrence won his 7th race of the season and wrapped up his first championship in the U.S., ending a long injury-filled slog that began in 2019 when he first started racing in the States. “Everyone that is with me now was with me at my lowest of lows. I can’t say I dreamed of this as a kid because I didn’t know it was possible. I’m choked up. This is just surreal.”

2023: Chase Sexton wins, Cooper Webb injured.

Chase Sexton won but this race will be remembered as the one that eliminated Cooper Webb from contention. Webb was 11 points behind Eli Tomac coming into the race but he dropped from the round after falling in 450SX heat 1 while leading Tomac. It wasn’t the fall that caused the concussion, it was his head being run over by Adam Cianciarulo. In the main event, Tomac led early but was passed by Sexton at the halfway point. Tomac didn’t fight; he let Sexton go and left Nashville with an 18 point lead. Justin Barcia was injured early in the main event and missed the rest of the series.

This interactive table details the all-time leaders in Nashville. Who has the most starts, wins, podiums and points. Filter by class. On mobile, slide left to access more columns.

All-Time Leaders

This interactive table details the winner history in Nashville. Who won in what year and what round was this venue. Filter by class. On mobile, slide left to access more columns.

Winner History

Race Results