Anaheim 2 hints as the third (or four) round of the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross approaches. With an equal number of winners in both divisions, it has been a fairly subdued start to the new term, but this weekend’s Triple Crown should inject some excitement into the championship chase. How exactly can one watch the Monster Energy Supercross in 2023 though? Well, here let’s go through the options. If you have any query then share it on social media (@vitalmx on Twitter And instagram, Remember this is a Triple Crown event and the mains begin as soon as the night roars to life.
United States audience
- Viewers inside the United States will be able to watch the action through Peacock (It will be a consistent choice in every round). If you want to watch the event live, then streaming is the only option. The nightly show begins at 07:00 PM PST and 10:00 PM EST.
- In addition, the ‘Race Day Live’ program will be telecast Peacock From 01:30 PM PST and 04:30 PM EST. ‘Race Day Live’ will show the qualifying sessions during the day as in previous years, as well as interviews with various personalities in the paddock.
- Viewers in Europe will be able to watch the night show through this ‘Supermotocross Video Pass’ which is set to broadcast Monster Energy Supercross, Pro Motocross and SMX rounds around the world. The night show starts at 03:00 am in the United Kingdom and 04:00 am in mainland Europe. The ‘Race Day Live’ show will be carried on the same pass, and starts at 09:30pm in the UK and 10:30pm in Europe.
- Viewers in Australia will be able to watch Anaheim 1 through that ‘Supermotocross Video Pass’ which has been mentioned above. It is a premium product which is easy to use. How will the timing work for fans on that continent? The night show will start at 02:00 PM on Sunday in Sydney, Australia and 04:00 AM in Auckland, New Zealand. ‘Race Day Live’ will go live at 08:30 AM in Australia and 10:30 AM in New Zealand depending on the time zone in those above mentioned cities.
- Guess what ‘Supermotocross Video Pass’ Will satisfy audiences in Asia as well. It works in every country outside the United States! How does the time pass for race fans in Asia? The nightly show begins on Sunday at 11:00 PM in Shanghai, China and at noon in Tokyo, Japan. ‘Race Day Live’ will kick off at 05:30am in China and 06:30am in Japan. Again, based on the above cities…