2022 Supercross Round 1: Start times, Schedule, TV & Live Stream info

The 2022 Monster Energy Supercross season begins this Saturday at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, with the sport’s best riders returning to a more regular schedule. From 10 p.m. until 11 p.m. Eastern Time, CNBC will broadcast live coverage of the event (ET).

2022 Supercross Round 1

Supercross will begin its season in Houston, Texas in 2021, rather than Anaheim, California, as it has for the last almost two decades (which had opened the season annually since 1999 until last year).

After midweek races and multi-event “residency” events in the same location last year, the series will now take place on Saturday evenings in a different city each week.

Cooper Webb, Ken Roczen, and Eli Tomac are all back to defend their 450cc AMA Supercross titles.

The likes of Aaron Plessinger, Marvin Musquin, and Adam Cianciarulo, among others, are anticipated to fight for the overall title, as are Dylan Ferrandis, Malcolm Stewart, and Dean Wilson.

Leigh Diffey and Todd Harris will call the action in 2022, with five-time world champion Ricky Carmichael returning as an analyst. This season, pit reporters Daniel Blair and Will Christien will act as play-by-play broadcasters for a few events, with Blair also working as a pit reporter.

All 17 rounds of the Monster Energy Supercross 2022 season will be carried live on NBC, CNBC, USA Network, Peacock, and NBC Sports digital platforms.

This year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be streamed live, including the Feb. 12 race in Anaheim.

Peacock will broadcast all of the Supercross action, including practice sessions, qualifying rounds, and the actual races themselves. For more information, go here (information on how to sign up is available by clicking here).

Round 1 Supercross 2022 Schedule & Start time

The TV coverage of Round 1 starts at 10 p.m. ET. Make sure to convert to your own local time if you are not located in the same location as the venue of the event. The date of the event is Saturday, January 8, 2022.

Here is the Supercross Round 1 complete Schedule:

  • 4:05 p.m.: 250SX Group B Qualifying 1
  • 4:20 p.m.: 250SX Group C 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
  • 10:10 p.m.: 250SX Heat 1
  • 10:24 p.m.: 250SX Heat 2
  • 10:38 p.m.: 450SX Heat 1
  • 10:52 p.m.: 450SX Heat 2
  • 11:20 p.m.: 250SX Last Chance Qualifier
  • 11:31 p.m.: 450SX Last Chance Qualifier
  • 11:50 p.m.: 250SX Main Event
  • 12:29 a.m.: 450SX Main Event

Also Check: Full Supercross Schedule 2022

Supercross 2022 TV Channel & Live Stream Guide

CNBC will stream the full Round 1 games. For those who want to watch it live streamed, you could tune into NBCSports.com to play the game coverage on your updated browsers.

For those who are mobile, consider downloading and installing the NBC Sports App on your device. By using your own credentials, you will be able to get the coverage for good.

If you’ve cut the cord, you could see the coverage on Peacock. Not only can you get the full round 1, you can also get the coverage of the qualifying rounds, which will start at 4 p.m. ET.

All 17 rounds of the Monster Energy Supercross 2022 season will be carried live on NBC, CNBC, USA Network, Peacock, and NBC Sports digital platforms.

This year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be streamed live, including the Feb. 12 race in Anaheim. Peacock will broadcast all of the Supercross preliminary rounds, finals, and races live and on-demand. Go to the official site of Peacock to see how to get the services on your device.

Preview

The RMFantasySX.com fantasy supercross from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is back for the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship Series. It’s our go-to method for having a good time with fantasy supercross since it’s straightforward but also tough. It’s free to play, there are prizes for winning, and you can organize your own leagues.

With Cooper Webb, the reigning champion, going up against Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, Justin Barcia, Dylan Ferrandis, Chase Sexton, and Adam Cianciarulo, it’s going to be difficult to choose a top 5. In addition, a week’s standings can be made or broken by the elusive wild card. Let’s get started with that in mind.

A few things have changed with RMFantasySX since last year. There is no difference in the scores. If you correctly predict where the cyclist will finish, you will receive the same number of points as the rider. If a cyclist in the top five is just one spot behind you, you gain an extra 10 points. 5 points if the cyclist is in the top 5 but 2 or more places away from your choice.

The Wild Card has the same point value as first place: 26 points. Double points are available in the final round in Salt Lake City this year. That’s RM Fantasy SX’s method of ensuring that everyone stays engaged until the end of the season.

Last year, Webb, Roczen, and Tomac dominated the series. This year, though, the race is more evenly contested. There were 15 victories, 31 podiums, and 39 top-five finishes for the three in 17 races. The only other consistent top-5 finisher was Barcia, who finished with 10 victories for the year. In even half of the main events, no other rider finished in the top five.

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