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Saturday’s Supercross Round 3 in San Diego: How to watch, start times, streaming info

Jason Weigandt and Daniel Blair discuss the postponement of Round 2 in Oakland, provide injury updates for Austin Forkner and Pierce Brown, and decide which riders are hot and which riders are not.

After the postponement of the Oakland round to next month, the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series will resume with Round 3 in San Diego on Saturday, Jan. 21.

Though it’s the second event of the season, Supercross still is referring to San Diego as Round 3 after Round 2 in Oakland was postponed because of inclement weather. Supercross will return Feb. 18 to Oakland to complete Round 2.

Defending series champion Eli Tomac won the 450 opener in Anaheim ahead of Cooper Webb and Chase Sexton, who will enter San Diego as the defending winner of the race. The Honda rider scored his first career 450 victory in San Diego last year, becoming the 65th rider with a win on the premier circuit.

Though that trio represents the past four championships (two for Tomac, two for Webb) and a likely future champion in Sexton, the season opener still was an unpredictable affair.

There were four leaders and four lead changes, which has occurred only four times in the past decade. Tomac had to battle back furiously after a fall from the lead, and Malcolm Stewart was in the mix for his first 450 victory.

San Diego could feature more surprises. The 450 field has no riders with multiple victories at this venue. Sexton, Ken Roczen (2017), Jason Anderson ('18), Tomac ('19) and Webb ('20) each have a win here.

Here are the pertinent details for watching Round 3 of the 2023 Supercross schedule at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023:

(All times are ET)

BROADCAST/STREAMING SCHEDULE: TV coverage of Round 3 will begin Saturday at 10 p.m. ET streaming on Peacock. The Race Day Live show (including qualifying) will begin on Peacock at 4 p.m. ET.

NBC Sports will have exclusive live coverage of races, qualifiers and heats for the record 31 events in SuperMotocross. The main events will be presented on Peacock, NBC, USA Network, CNBC, and NBC Sports digital platforms.

Peacock will become the home of the SuperMotocross World Championship series in 2023 with live coverage of all races, qualifying, and heats from January to October. There will be 23 races livestreamed exclusively on Peacock, including a SuperMotocross World Championship Playoff event. The platform also will provide on-demand replays of every race.

ENTRY LISTS: 450 division l 250 division

EVENT SCHEDULE (all times ET):

Here are the start times for Saturday, according to the Monster Energy Supercross schedule from the AMA:

4:05 p.m.: 250SX Group C Qualifying 1
4:20 p.m.: 250SX Group B Qualifying 1
4:35 p.m.: 250SX Group A Qualifying 1
4:50 p.m.: 450SX Group A Qualifying 1
5:05 p.m.: 450SX Group B Qualifying 1
5:20 p.m.: 450SX Group C Qualifying 1
6:20 p.m.: 250SX Group C Qualifying 2
6:35 p.m.: 250SX Group B Qualifying 2
6:50 p.m.: 250SX Group A Qualifying 2
7:05 p.m.: 450SX Group A Qualifying 2
7:20 p.m.: 450SX Group B Qualifying 2
7:35 p.m.: 450SX Group C Qualifying 2
10:06 p.m.: 250SX Heat 1
10:20 p.m.: 250SX Heat 2
10:34 p.m.: 450SX Heat 1
10:48 p.m.: 450SX Heat 2
11:22 p.m.: 250SX Last Chance Qualifier
11:34 p.m.: 450SX Last Chance Qualifier
11:54 p.m.: 250SX Main Event
12:27 a.m.: 450SX Main Event


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San DIego track map


FINAL 2022 STANDINGS: 450 points standings | 250 East points standings | 250 West points standings


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