After the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross season was suspended due to COVID-19 following round 10 of the championship in Daytona in March, the season starts back this weekend with round 11. Since you have neither the time, nor the attention span, to read a long article, we’ve made a short, easy guide to get you caught up on everything.
How many rounds are left?
Seven. Monster Energy Supercross was suspended after round 10 in Daytona due to COVID-19.
Where will the races run?
All seven rounds will take place at Rice- Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Will the track layout change every round?
Yes. The track will change every round.
When will the races run?
Every Sunday and Wednesday starting this Sunday, May 31. Click here for the complete schedule.
Will the races be on TV?
Yes. NBC Sports Network, NBC, and the NBC Sports Gold App will carry the races live. Click here for the complete schedule.
Will fans be allowed to attend?
How many riders are invited?
450SX Class – 40 Riders based on current point standings and 2020 top 100 number or combined season qualifying results.
250SX Class – 40 Riders based on current point standings and 2020 top 100 number or combined season qualifying results.
What will the race schedule look like?
Two qualifying sessions will be held for gate pick.
250SX Class – Two Heat Races and a Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ).
450SX Class – Two Heat Races and a Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ).
250SX Class Main Event.
450SX Class Main Event.
How many 250SX East Region rounds are left?
Five. They will consist of rounds 11, 12, 13, 16, and 17 (East/West Showdown).
How many 250SX West Region round are left?
Three. They will consist of rounds 14, 15, and 17 (East/West Showdown).
Who holds the 450SX points lead?
Eli Tomac holds a three-point lead over Ken Roczen with three rounds left. Cooper Webb is third (29 points back) with Justin Barcia (31 points back) in fourth.
Who holds the 250SX East Region points lead?
Chase Sexton holds a 10-point lead over Shane McElrath. RJ Hampshire (18 points back) is third, but not expected to compete after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ACL.
Who holds the 250SX West Region points lead?
Dylan Ferrandis holds a seven-point lead over Justin Cooper. Austin Forkner (13 points back) is third in points.
See, told ya it was easy!
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