Race Control: Indianapolis

Everything that you, the fans, need.

Everything that you, the fans, need.

Monster Energy Supercross will return to a stereotypical setting this weekend, as the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will host round eleven of seventeen. The title fights in each class tightened up this past weekend, hence why you'll undoubtedly want to follow the action. Our regular ‘Race Control' feature has all of the information that you need.

Entry Lists


1 Ryan Dungey
3 Eli Tomac
4 Blake Baggett
10 Justin Brayton
11 Kyle Chisholm
12 Jake Weimer
14 Cole Seely
15 Dean Wilson
18 Davi Millsaps
19 Justin Bogle
20 Broc Tickle
21 Jason Anderson
22 Chad Reed
25 Marvin Musquin
33 Josh Grant
41 Trey Canard
47 Malcolm Stewart
51 Justin Barcia
61 Vince Friese
71 Justin Starling
75 Nick Schmidt
80 Cade Clason
95 AJ Catanzaro
151 Dakota Tedder
178 Ronnie Ford
181 Dustin Pipes
240 Bryce Stewart
282 Theodore Pauli
291 Kyle White
314 Alex Ray
374 Cody Gilmore
389 Davey Sterritt
411 Dylan Walker
501 Scotty Wennerstrom
509 Alexander Nagy
606 Ronnie Stewart
645 Cheyenne Harmon
708 Joe Perron
713 Chad Cook
722 Adam Enticknap
723 Tyler Enticknap
800 Mike Alessi
918 Michael Akaydin
976 Josh Greco
Eli Tomac desperately needs to win as much as possible (Monster Energy Media)


16 Zach Osborne
17 Joey Savatgy
26 Alex Martin
36 Adam Cianciarulo
40 Fredrik Noren
42 Kyle Cunningham
44 Jordon Smith
45 Mitchell Harrison
48 Christian Craig
49 Anthony Rodriguez
50 Luke Renzland
54 Gannon Audette
62 Jesse Wentland
65 Paul Coates
70 Dakota Alix
72 Cole Thompson
81 Henry Miller
88 John Short
93 Joshua Cartwright
108 Dylan Ferrandis
118 Levi Kilbarger
131 Mark Mckinney
132 Broc Gourley
155 Drayke Sizemore
170 Zack Williams
183 Lorenzo Locurcio
236 Mike Bottolfson
248 Travis Delnicki
256 James Milson
285 Tony Archer
313 Kyle Swanson
322 Justin Baker
326 Trevor Ezell
336 Chaz Braden
351 Eric Grondahl
357 Josh Hernandez
385 Adam Gulley
386 Aaron Gulley
392 Michael Fowler
400 Nick Peterson
441 Brandon Gourley
530 Bodie Wood
558 Jerry Robin
559 Dylan Merriam
613 Nicholas Schnagl
619 Mark Weishaar
675 Kyle Dillin
677 Cody Williams
692 Brett Mclaud
740 Lane Staley
742 Christian Telker
746 Chase Stevenson
795 Aaron Leininger
814 Deven Sorensen
914 Brice Klippel
931 Gradie Featherstone
Adam Cianciarulo has just jumped back into title contention (Monster Energy Media)



12:00 250SX C Free Practice
12:10 250SX B Free Practice
12:20 250SX A Free Practice
12:30 450SX A Free Practice
12:40 450SX B Free Practice
12:50 450SX C Free Practice
13:00 250SX B Qualifying One
13:15 250SX C Qualifying One
13:30 250SX A Qualifying One
13:45 450SX A Qualifying One
14:00 450SX B Qualifying One
14:15 450SX C Qualifying One
15:15 250SX C Qualifying Two
15:30 250SX B Qualifying Two
15:45 250SX A Qualifying Two
16:00 450SX A Qualifying Two
16:15 450SX B Qualifying Two
16:30 450SX C Qualifying Two
Ryan Dungey has won just two main events thus far this year (KTM Images)


19:05 250SX Heat One
19:18 250SX Heat Two
19:31 450SX Heat One
19:44 450SX Heat Two
20:09 250SX Last Chance
20:18 450SX Semi One
20:28 450SX Semi Two
20:45 450SX Last Chance
21:01 250SX Main Event
21:31 450SX Main Event



1st Ryan Dungey 214
2nd Eli Tomac 197
3rd Cole Seely 169
4th Marvin Musquin 163
5th Jason Anderson 143
6th Davi Millsaps 121
7th Chad Reed 116
8th Blake Baggett 113
9th Dean Wilson 105
10th Broc Tickle 103
Zach Osborne has a lead of just six points in 250SX East (Husqvarna Images)


1st Zach Osborne 86
2nd Joey Savatgy 80
3rd Adam Cianciarulo 77
4th Jordon Smith 70
5th Dylan Ferrandis 54
6th Colt Nichols 49
7th Luke Renzland 43
8th Alex Martin 42
9th Kyle Peters 37
10th Christian Craig 36


– Weather updates are almost irrelevant this week, as Monster Energy Supercross is visiting a stadium with a roof. The Lucas Oil Stadium, which opened almost ten years ago now, will sit beneath cloudy skies and in cold temperatures. The dirt in Indianapolis typically breaks down a lot, so keep an eye on that as the day progresses.

Cole Seely is looking to hold onto third in the 450SX standings (Honda Racing Corporation)

– The extremely popular Race Day Live show will be on for three hours on Saturday, starting at 12:50 (local time). You'll be able to watch practice and qualifying live from that point on, no matter where you are in the world, as long as you have this link. Share it with your friends! It'll start at 16:50 in the UK and 17:50 in mainland Europe.

– Hey, international fans! The action will not stop there, as you'll have a chance to watch the night show live. This pay-per-view service (emphasis on the word pay) is available to everyone outside of the USA and Canada. If you are in the UK, it should start at 23:00. Those in America and Canada will be able to catch the action live on Fox Sports 1 at the time of 19:00 EST.

– The timetable above will be irrelevant if you ignore this bullet point. The times are based on local time, so adjust them accordingly. Those in Indianapolis are four hours behind the United Kingdom and five hours behind mainland Europe. They are three hours ahead of California though!

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