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.
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).
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