It’s time to go racing again! After being starved of action for so long, race fans are getting action by the bucket load currently. The second of seven races in Salt Lake City, Utah, will go off today [Wednesday]. How can you watch that? What time does it start in Europe? All of the details that you need to know can be found below.
The twelfth race of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross will go off in a matter of hours, just two days after the eleventh stop on the schedule. All of the remaining races are being held inside of Rice Eccles Stadium, Utah, so the local time zone is Mountain Daylight Time. That is one hour ahead of California. The race will be held late at night – that means it will be tough to watch for the European fans. The qualifying stream, which will only cover the final group of sessions, will begin at 00:30 in the UK (01:30 in mainland Europe) HERE.
The evening programme will start at 20:00 local time, which is 03:00 in the UK (04:00 in mainland Europe), and can be viewed on HERE. Payment is required but you can get all of the remaining races at half price and that is obviously well worth it. Set an alarm and wake up very early in the morning. Simple! If you do not want to watch it live, then pay on that link and the full replay will be available immediately after the race. If there are questions about the above, contact us on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter).
American viewers can watch the race live on television once again, as the NBC Sports channel will host that 22:00 EST/19:00 PST. The whole programme will be available on the NBC Sports Gold app HERE at a cost as well, which includes complete replays. That service is only available in the United States. The fact that a lot of you have used that in the past means that it really needs no explanation. Simple! Once again, just contact us on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter) if you need any help.
Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Feld Entertainment