Event Information: Anaheim 2

Round three of Monster Energy Supercross will take place at Angel Stadium this weekend and, for the first time, a triple-crown format will be implemented. No one wants to miss such a historic event. Well, with that in mind, this feature was constructed and presents all of the information that you will need entering the event. It is effectively an online programme that caters to the needs of international fans.

Entry Lists

450SX

2

Cooper Webb

3

Eli Tomac

4

Blake Baggett

6

Jeremy Martin

10

Justin Brayton

14

Cole Seely

15

Dean Wilson

20

Broc Tickle

21

Jason Anderson

22

Chad Reed

25

Marvin Musquin

27

Malcolm Stewart

33

Josh Grant

34

Weston Peick

39

Kyle Cunningham

48

Henry Miller

51

Justin Barcia

55

Vince Friese

58

Matt Bisceglia

60

Benny Bloss

69

Tyler Bowers

72

Josh Hansen

73

Brandon Scharer

80

AJ Catanzaro

84

Scott Champion

90

Dakota Tedder

91

Alex Ray

94

Ken Roczen

120

Todd Bannister

124

Robert Fitch

145

Travis Smith

181

Dustin Pipes

185

Damon Back

211

Tevin Tapia

262

Connor Pearson

282

Theodore Pauli

330

Cade Autenrieth

422

Philipp Klakow

447

Deven Raper

471

Logan Karnow

509

Alexander Nagy

523

Miles Daniele

526

Colton Aeck

542

Johnnie Buller

608

David Pulley

645

Cheyenne Harmon

722

Adam Enticknap

723

Tyler Enticknap

907

Ben Lamay

914

Brice Klippel

918

Michael Akaydin

976

Josh Greco

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Ken Roczen sustained his horrific arm injury at this event last year.

Honda Racing Corporation

250SX

1

Justin Hill

11

Kyle Chisholm

17

Joey Savatgy

23

Aaron Plessinger

28

Shane McElrath

30

Mitchell Harrison

32

Christian Craig

40

Chase Sexton

42

Dakota Alix

52

Mitchell Oldenburg

53

Bradley Taft

54

Phil Nicoletti

59

Cole Martinez

63

Hayden Mellross

67

Justin Hoeft

68

Justin Starling

77

Ryan Surratt

81

Chase Marquier

92

Adam Cianciarulo

117

Julio Zambrano

122

Chris Howell

137

Martin Castelo

138

Blake Lilly

141

Robbie Wageman

149

Tallon Lafountaine

150

Austin Walton

170

Michael Leib

188

Gage Schehr

217

Ryan Breece

226

Dimitri Rolando

240

Bryce Stewart

246

Chance Blackburn

271

Kyle Fry

275

Johnny Jelderda

277

Kordel Caro

321

Bradley Lionnet

383

Casey Brennan

388

Brandan Leith

424

Tyler Custer

427

Deegan Vonlossberg

448

Broc Shoemaker

497

Brock Leitner

651

Jake Hogan

707

Robin Kappel

715

Kele Russell

792

Bracken Hall

805

Carlen Gardner

817

Jason Clermont

820

Dalton Oxborrow

902

Killian Auberson

952

Ludovic Macler

973

Jean Marrone

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Shane McElrath won when the series last hit Angel Stadium.

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Timetables

Daytime

11:00

250SX C Free Practice

11:10

250SX B Free Practice

11:20

250SX A Free Practice

11:30

450SX A Free Practice

11:40

450SX B Free Practice

11:50

450SX C Free Practice

12:00

250SX B Qualifying One

12:15

250SX C Qualifying One

12:30

250SX A Qualifying One

12:45

450SX A Qualifying One

13:00

450SX B Qualifying One

13:15

450SX C Qualifying One

14:15

250SX C Qualifying Two

14:30

250SX B Qualifying Two

14:45

250SX A Qualifying Two

15:00

450SX A Qualifying Two

15:15

450SX B Qualifying Two

15:30

450SX C Qualifying Two

16:10

250SX Last Chance Qualifier

16:19

450SX Last Chance Qualifier

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Marvin Musquin is expected to compete and fight through his shoulder injury.

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Evening

19:11

250SX Main Event One

19:29

450SX Main Event One

20:11

250SX Main Event Two

20:33

450SX Main Event Two

21:08

250SX Main Event Three

21:34

450SX Main Event Three

Standings

450SX

1st

Jason Anderson

49

2nd

Ken Roczen

42

3rd

Justin Barcia

42

4th

Cole Seely

36

5th

Weston Peick

36

6th

Justin Brayton

33

7th

Broc Tickle

30

8th

Josh Grant

28

9th

Blake Baggett

27

10th

Marvin Musquin

26

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Jason Anderson is the one to watch in the 450SX class currently.

Husqvarna/Simon Cudby

250SX

1st

Aaron Plessinger

49

2nd

Shane McElrath

45

3rd

Joey Savatgy

42

4th

Adam Cianciarulo

37

5th

Chase Sexton

36

6th

Christian Craig

36

7th

Mitchell Oldenburg

34

8th

Justin Hill

29

9th

Bradley Taft

27

10th

Kyle Chisholm

27

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Cole Seely's consistency should help him in the three-main format.

Honda Racing Corporation

Useful Tips

– The triple-crown format will be implemented in Monster Energy Supercross for the first time this weekend. The premier-class riders will contest three main events that last for eight, twelve and fifteen minutes. The 250SX West riders, on the other hand, will have main events that run for six, ten and twelve minutes.

– Angel Stadium, Anaheim, is based in Southern California. Those in that part of the world are eight hours behind the United Kingdom and seven down on mainland Europe, so it would be wise to adjust the timetable above accordingly. That was constructed based on local time.

– International viewers actually have an opportunity to watch Monster Energy Supercross live this year, thanks to a new pay-per-view package. There is hundreds of hours worth of content on the system, which costs a fair amount, and the live stream is impeccable. It is something that most users would recommend to hardcore fans.

– The pay-per-view package referenced above is based around the night shows, but there is obviously a daytime programme before that. Those qualifying sessions can actually be viewed live on MX Vice and it does not cost you a penny. The stream will begin at ten to eight in the United Kingdom and will actually show the last-chance qualifiers this week.

– There were initially concerns about the weather in Anaheim, as Southern California has been hit by rain recently. Rain will not be a factor though, thankfully, as it will be eighteen degrees and sunny. It is likely that there will not even be a cloud in the sky.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Suzuki Racing

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