Eli Tomac is out to defend his AMA Supercross Championship 450 title, and his season is off to a great start. The Monster Energy / Star Yamaha rider has won each of the first two rounds of the season, including the opener in Anaheim. At 250, Jett Lawrence has also been hot out of the gates, winning the first two rounds as well. Racing fans can watch them continue to pursue their perfect starts as the schedule returns to Angel Stadium with the Supercross Anaheim stream on Peacock.
Supercross Anaheim Stream Information
- When: Saturday, January 28, 2023
- Location: Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim, California
- Qualifying Start Time: 1:20 p.m. ET / 10:20 a.m. PT
- Evening Program: 7:06 p.m. ET / 4:06 p.m. PT
- Main Event: 8:53 p.m. ET / 5:53 p.m. PT
- Supercross Stream: Peacock
Supercross Anaheim Stream on Peacock
NBC has the broadcast rights to the AMA Supercross Championship and makes it easy for fans to watch from anywhere with the Peacock service. With an internet connection, Saturday’s Anaheim II races can be watched through a web browser or with the Peacock app on your favorite streaming device. Devices include your smartphone or tablet, Xbox / Playstation, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, and Roku. While Peacock itself is free, users will need a Peacock Premium account to watch Supercross events. Membership plans start at just $4.99 a month.
2023 Supercross Standings 450 – Top 15
2023 Supercross Standings 250 West – Top 15
Supercross Anaheim 450 Preview
Entering the fourth round of the 2023 AMA Supercross Championship season, the action returns to Angel Stadium. When the season kicked off just three weeks ago, Tomac and Lawrence both reached the top of the podium, something they have continued to do. As the organization’s website notes on this second go around, however, the return is a bit more challenging.
“The main difference between Anaheim 1 and Anaheim 2,” racer Scott Roczen is quoted saying, “is the dirt usually gets drier for the second race… And the weather can come into play, too, so it makes it interesting for us.”
Roczen and the other racers won’t have the benefit of the weather keeping the dirt down as rain isn’t expected until Sunday. With the wind not expected to be a factor either, the only thing kicking up dirt will be the bikes. Roczen finished in fifth place in the season opener in Anaheim.
He improved that position last weekend in San Diego with a fourth-place finish, giving him his current spot in the standings. Tomac and Cooper Webb are riding well right now, so Roczen needs a strong weekend to catch them. He took first place on the track in Round 1 just last January, so he knows what it takes.