Vice Poll: Pre-Season

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That is it! All of the pre-season internationals in Europe are complete. The three rounds of the Internazionali d’Italia series, Hawkstone International and LaCapelle Marival are all in the rear-view mirror and there is a lot of information to digest from each event. Who really made a statement ahead of the first round of the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship though? It is time to vote in a new MX Vice poll. Make a pick below and then join the conversation on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter).

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Husqvarna/Bavo Swijgers

The Latest: London AX

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A double header in London was going to act as the conclusion to the 2020 Arenacross Tour. However, certain circumstances have forced the promoters to cancel one of the nights. A single round will now be run on Saturday February 22. The news was announced via the following press release.

Press Release.

The London and final round of arenacross has always been one of the shining lights of the tour, but with such technical difficulties and an even shorter window to create the event than usual, we are forced to combine the events and stage one amazing show on Saturday 22 February.

“Understandably arenacross is an exceptionally difficult event to produce – and it’s not getting easier,” explained tour promoter, Matt Bates. “Due to reasons way out of our control, as much as we have an incredible crew of staff, there is no chance of us being able to build our event in just twenty-four hours. We’ve also got a potentially bad spell of weather cutting across the country next week and, despite the event being staged indoors, transporting dirt in bad weather through the UK’s capital city can cause huge delays and safety concerns when building – I am personally really sorry to anyone who has been affected by our decision.”

Tickets and VIP Experiences already sold for Friday will be offered a free exchange for the Saturday performance or an immediate refund. Ticket purchasers will be contacted via their point of purchase.

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Watch It Live: San Diego

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The west-coast swing of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross is almost complete! Riders and teams will hit Petco Park in San Diego, California, for round six on Saturday. What about the people who are not going to be present in SD though? Is it possible to watch the race live no matter where one is in the world? The answer is a big yes! All of the details that a fan needs can be found below.

International

The sixth round of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross is back in Southern California and following a regular schedule, so the time difference is eight hours again and an all-nighter is in order for all European fans. Not great news, huh? That means that the evening programme is going to kick off at 03:00 on Sunday morning in the United Kingdom and 04:00 in mainland Europe. The ‘Race Day Live’ programme that covers timed qualifying will begin at 21:00 in the UK and 22:00 in mainland Europe. It is not terrible timing. Just get some sleep and set an early alarm. Simple!

How can one watch all of that action? Unfortunately, payment is required on HERE but the service is flawless. For the price one can get all of timed qualifying, the races, archive footage, bonus videos and more. It is a pretty sweet deal and worth it for the hardcore fans. Watching it live is not a requirement either – wake up the next morning and the footage will be ready to watch. It is all lined up perfectly for Monster Energy Supercross fans! If there are any questions about any of the above, contact us on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter).

United States

There is good news for American viewers, as the NBC Sports Network will carry live coverage once again. That will begin at 22:00 EST/19:00 PST. The whole programme will also be available on the NBC Sports Gold app (HERE) at a price. The fact that a lot of you would have used that in the past means that it needs no explanation. It’s effectively the same as the ‘Supercross Video Pass’ that international viewers can access, just for those actually inside of the USA. Simple! The ‘Race Day Live’ programme is only available on NBC Sports Gold for those in the USA.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Race Kawasaki

Pre-Entry List: San Diego

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Monster Energy Supercross returns to San Diego, Southern California, for round six of seventeen this weekend. The location of Petco Park makes it extremely easy for privateers to venture out and give it a shot, so it is hardly surprising that the entry lists have received a bit of a boost this time around. Gone are the low numbers! Who is actually in for San Diego? View the 450SX and 250SX West entry lists below.

450SX

1

Cooper Webb

3

Eli Tomac

4

Blake Baggett

7

Aaron Plessinger

9

Adam Cianciarulo

10

Justin Brayton

11

Kyle Chisholm

15

Dean Wilson

16

Zach Osborne

21

Jason Anderson

22

Chad Reed

27

Malcolm Stewart

31

Fredrik Noren

34

Tyler Bowers

37

Martin Davalos

43

John Short

44

Kyle Cunningham

46

Justin Hill

50

Benny Bloss

51

Justin Barcia

61

Alex Ray

64

Vince Friese

65

James Weeks

67

Jerry Robin

71

Ryan Breece

82

Cade Autenrieth

86

Josh Cartwright

92

Austin Politelli

94

Ken Roczen

98

Bradley Lionnet

135

Robert Fitch

145

Travis Smith

211

Tevin Tapia

230

Joel Wightman

240

Bryce Stewart

256

James Milson

280

Cade Clason

282

Theodore Pauli

330

AJ Catanzaro

447

Deven Raper

501

Scotty Wennerstrom

509

Alexander Nagy

651

Jake Hogan

722

Adam Enticknap

817

Jason Clermont

848

Joan Cros

976

Josh Greco

981

Curren Thurman

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250SX

1

Dylan Ferrandis

26

Alex Martin

28

Michael Mosiman

29

Cameron McAdoo

30

Brandon Hartranft

32

Justin Cooper

40

Mitchell Oldenburg

45

Jacob Hayes

52

Austin Forkner

55

Martin Castelo

57

Derek Drake

60

Mitchell Falk

72

Robbie Wageman

88

Logan Karnow

90

Killian Auberson

95

Carson Brown

97

Chris Howell

101

Luke Clout

106

Jay Wilson

108

Aaron Tanti

112

Xylian Ramella

118

Cheyenne Harmon

120

Todd Bannister

138

David Pulley

154

Chase Felong

170

Michael Leib

181

Wyatt Lyonsmith

193

Hunter Schlosser

200

Dare Demartile

214

Tyler Gibbs

216

Devin Harriman

221

Mathias Jorgensen

244

Mike Henderson

246

Chance Blackburn

277

Kordel Caro

284

Lorenzo Camporese

316

Dawson Newby

427

Deegan Vonlossberg

446

Blaine Silveira

448

Broc Shoemaker

538

Addison Emory

621

RJ Wageman

630

Jeffrey Meurs

837

Bryson Gardner

929

Taiki Koga

952

Ludovic Macler

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Sean Ogden

The Big Quiz: Oakland

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The 2020 Monster Energy Supercross series continues to deliver! The fifth round in Oakland, California, had fans on the edge of their seats once again. Whilst watching the battle for the win unfold, did you manage to pay attention to everything that took place in the 450SX and 250SX classes? It is time to find out. The latest MX Vice quiz is available below. Have a stab at it and then share your score on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter). Getting full marks is something to shout about!

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Sean Ogden

The Big Quiz: Glendale

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The fourth round of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross was insane! There were eight gate drops in the night show and five of those were 450SX main-event starts. It is almost impossible to remember everything that happened inside of the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, but how much do you actually know about what happened? Take the MX Vice quiz that is below and then share your score on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter).

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Sean Ogden

Watching It: Glendale

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Glendale is the next stop on the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross tour and also the venue for the first Triple Crown event of the year! The exciting format has produced some riveting action in the past and there is no reason to think that this weekend is going to be any different. Seriously, who knows what is going to happen? Details on how to watch can be found below.

International

The fourth round of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross will be held in Glendale, Arizona, so the time difference is slightly kinder to international viewers. Seven hours is the gap to those viewers in the United Kingdom, which means the evening programme is going to kick off at 02:00 on Sunday morning in the UK and 03:00 in mainland Europe. The ‘Race Day Live’ programme that covers timed qualifying will begin at 19:00 in the UK and 20:00 in mainland Europe. The best news is that the first main event is going to take off at 02:12 in the United Kingdom, because of the Triple Crown format.

How can one watch all of that action? Unfortunately, payment is required on HERE but the service is flawless. For the price one can get all of timed qualifying, the races, archive footage, bonus videos and more. It is a pretty sweet deal and worth it for the hardcore fans. Watching it live is not a requirement either – wake up the next morning and the footage will be ready to watch. It is all lined up perfectly for Monster Energy Supercross fans! If there are any questions about any of the above, contact us on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter).

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United States

There is bad news for American viewers, as the NBC Sports Network will not carry live coverage for the first time this year and therefore those who need to watch it on television will get it at 14:00 EST/11:00 PST on Sunday. It’s worth noting that the whole programme will also be available live for American viewers on the NBC Sports Gold app (HERE) at a price. The fact that a lot of you would have used that in the past means that it needs no explanation. It’s effectively the same as the ‘Supercross Video Pass’ that international viewers can access, just for those actually inside of the USA. Simple! The ‘Race Day Live’ programme is only available on NBC Sports Gold for those in the USA and it is in the aforementioned package.

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Husqvarna/Simon Cudby

Pre-Entry List: Glendale

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Time is flying by! The fourth round of 2020 Monster Energy Supercross will take place inside of State Farm Stadium in Arizona this weekend and it is the first Triple Crown event of the season. How exciting! Now, this format is not the greatest for all of the who follow the circus as there are now just twenty-two spots in the night show as opposed to forty. There are a couple of guys who have not made the trip, bearing that in mind, so there are less entries than normal in both 450SX and 250SX West. This is just a four-hour drive from Anaheim, so is it a concern that some have steered clear of the event?

450SX

1

Cooper Webb

3

Eli Tomac

4

Blake Baggett

7

Aaron Plessinger

9

Adam Cianciarulo

10

Justin Brayton

15

Dean Wilson

16

Zach Osborne

19

Justin Bogle

21

Jason Anderson

22

Chad Reed

27

Malcolm Stewart

31

Fredrik Noren

34

Malcolm Stewart

37

Martin Davalos

43

John Short

44

Kyle Cunningham

46

Justin Hill

49

Chris Blose

50

Benny Bloss

51

Justin Barcia

56

Justin Starling

61

Alex Ray

64

Vince Friese

65

James Weeks

67

Jerry Robin

71

Ryan Breece

82

Cade Autenrieth

86

Josh Cartwright

92

Austin Politelli

94

Ken Roczen

111

Dakota Tedder

135

Robert Fitch

230

Joel Wightman

240

Bryce Stewart

280

Cade Clason

282

Theodore Pauli

304

Hector Assuncao

330

AJ Catanzaro

447

Deven Raper

509

Alexander Nagy

526

Colton Aeck

651

Jake Hogan

722

Adam Enticknap

817

Jason Clermont

848

Joan Cros

976

Josh Greco

981

Curren Thurman

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250SX

1

Dylan Ferrandis

26

Alex Martin

28

Michael Mosiman

29

Cameron McAdoo

30

Brandon Hartranft

32

Justin Cooper

40

Mitchell Oldenburg

45

Jacob Hayes

52

Austin Forkner

55

Martin Castelo

57

Derek Drake

60

Mitchell Falk

62

Christian Craig

72

Robbie Wageman

83

Jett Lawrence

88

Logan Karnow

90

Killian Auberson

95

Carson Brown

97

Chris Howell

101

Luke Clout

106

Jay Wilson

108

Aaron Tanti

112

Xylian Ramella

118

Cheyenne Harmon

120

Todd Bannister

138

David Pulley

170

Michael Leib

181

Wyatt Lyonsmith

193

Hunter Schlosser

204

Kyle Greeson

216

Devin Harriman

221

Mathias Jorgensen

244

Mike Henderson

246

Chance Blackburn

277

Kordel Caro

284

Lorenzo Camporese

311

Mitchell Gifford

395

Charl Van Eeden

427

Deegan Vonlossberg

446

Blaine Silveira

522

Cole Zitterkopf

538

Addison Emory

621

RJ Wageman

630

Jeffrey Meurs

837

Bryson Gardner

929

Taiki Koga

952

Ludovic Macler

974

Brian Marty

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: KTM/Simon Cudby

The British MX Show: #2

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Josh Spinks joins MX Vice host James Burfield in-studio for the second episode of The British MX Show on the MX Vice network. Spinks talks about his career, highs, lows and trying to make it as a British rider with a lot of potential. There is a ton of insight and information to digest in this episode! The podcast is also available on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Play and Stitcher.

Host: James Burfield | Lead Image: Ray Archer

Big Quiz: Anaheim 2

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Fans across the globe tuned in to watch the third race of Monster Energy Supercross, especially after details emerged on how insane the 250SX main event was. Were you able to actually pay attention what was going on or was the shock too much? It is time to find out! Take the latest MX Vice quiz below, see how many marks you can get and then share your score on social media (motocrossvice on Twitter).

Words: Lewis Phillips | Lead Image: Sean Ogden