Supercross 2023 Schedule
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2023 AMA Supercross Schedule

 Supercross 2023 Schedule

The 2023 AMA Supercross season spans 18 weeks with 17 rounds held across 17 weeks. Fans can follow all the action live via Peacock TV, NBC and USA Network.

Fearless athletes compete on custom-designed tracks within America’s most renowned stadiums to become Monster Energy AMA Supercross Champion in a 17-round championship series.

Anaheim 1

Starting fresh this year in the AMA Supercross 450SX class is Eli Tomac, who seeks to prove he can win again while Cooper Webb and Chase Sexton pursue titles.

On Saturday, January 7th the 2023 season will officially kick-off at Angel Stadium of Anaheim with qualifying live on Peacock and USA Network and the evening show telecast live by NBC.

Anaheim 2

After two thrilling rounds of Monster Energy Supercross 2023 in Anaheim (A2), the series heads to Houston for round three featuring the Triple Crown format with three 12-minute plus one-lap 450SX Main Events.

Chase Sexton of Team Honda HRC has taken charge in this event, winning both races to tie Cooper Webb for the championship lead.

At the 250SX West class level, Jett Lawrence managed to avoid crashes to finish 3-6-1 and extend his points lead. Furthermore, this Australian is proudly sporting an exclusive collaboration with street fashion brand Anti Social Social Club.


This weekend the series heads back to Oakland, California for its postponed Round 2 due to regional flooding. This race also serves to reactivate the Western Regional 250SX Class series and pay points toward both the 17-race Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship and inaugural 31-race SuperMotocross World Championship.

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Cooper Webb took second in the 450SX Main Event after taking an early lead and leading most of his Heat race, while Aaron Plessinger showed good form to finish fourth overall in his race.

San Diego

After taking an unexpected weekend off, the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross series returns to action at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego for their inaugural race of this season.

After two consecutive wins, Tomac holds an enormous lead in the standings and is gunning for his fourth championship title. Cooper Webb sits second and has an opportunity to seize control of championship contention in the remaining four rounds.

All 17 AMA Supercross events will air live on NBC Sports, CNBC, USA Network and digital platforms; Peacock will stream qualifying, heats and on-demand replays for these races.


Houston marks the opening East coast round of 2023 Monster Energy Supercross season at NRG Stadium. There is a full main event schedule as well as 250 East and 450 West areas; take a look at this track map to plan out Saturday’s action!

SuperMotocross (SMX), the newly formed joint league between FIM and Motocross, will host an inaugural championship playoff over three races to crown an inaugural champion. There will be one less round this season; its grand finale takes place at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City.


In 2023, the AMA Supercross Triple Crown will return with events at Texas Stadium, AT&T Stadium and Arrowhead Stadium in Texas City; Tampa has also returned after missing 2019; Daytona International Speedway returns and Nashville joins their ranks as well.

NBC Sports and Peacock will present live coverage of all 31 Motocross races including qualifying and heats, the Playoffs, Championship Final and Playoff Final. Leigh Diffey will serve as play-by-play announcer alongside two-time Motocross Champion Cooper Webb as well as veteran analyst Todd Harris.


All fans ages two or over must obtain a ticket; fan health and safety are of utmost importance for both the venue and team partners, so please stay abreast of changes via “Venue Information.”

Monster Energy Supercross’ 2017 season kicked off as planned at Angel Stadium and ended at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, while Motocross dropped one round while adding Ironman National in Crawfordsville to create the three-round SuperMotocross World Championship.


This weekend marks the 12th round of 17 races and features a Triple Crown overall event, where top riders in each class compete three times each.

Watch all 17 Monster Energy AMA Supercross rounds – as well as the newly designed 31 race SuperMotocross World Championship season – live and on demand with the new Supercross Video Pass! Click here for more information – it all kicks off tonight at 7:00pm MST!