fOX-sports-1 AMA Supercross 2016 San Diego Live Monster Energy Stream TV Time, Updates, Score & Radio/Video Coverage


sx11fOX-sports-1 AMA Supercross 2016 San Diego Live Monster Energy Stream TV Time, Updates, Score & Radio/Video Coverage The 2016 Monster Energy Supercross Series continues on with the second race of seventeen taking place today at PetCo Park in San Diego, California. Supercross and the SoCal city go hand in hand, but this is only the second time we’ve ever seen dirt piled on the floor of the gorgeous stadium. A layout comprised of short straightaways and abrupt corners fills every inch the venue’s diamond shaped floor, so get ready for lots of very close racing in both classes.

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It’s been an eventful week in the sport and the news has certainly had an impact on tonight’s lineup. James Stewart is set to compete, since he has been cleared by doctors in accordance with the concussion protocol standards following last week’s KO in the 450 main event. Jessy Nelson, meanwhile, might not make the call; he was the victim of a hard crash while practicing earlier this week and his team has not clarified his status for the 250 class. We’ll keep you updated on both stories.

The entire day will be filled with action, from practice in the early afternoon to the final main event of the late evening. Thanks to some major advances by Feld, you can see every single thing from start to finish, sighting lap to victory celebration. Timed qualifying will be shown live below via a Livestream feed, with racing being broadcast on FOX Sports 1. What’s your excuse for not watching?

Feld Motor Sports® and FOX Sports announced today the 2016 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, television schedule that includes 17 live races, and two of which will air on the FOX broadcast network from the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis on Saturday, April 16 at 3:00 p.m. ET, and Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Saturday, April 23 at 4:00 p.m. ET.

The 2016 Monster Energy Supercross season opens Saturday, Jan. 9, in Anaheim, Calif., with the first of 14 live races on FS1. One race is currently scheduled to air live on FS2, with all races available live through the FOX Sports GO app, which will provide live streaming of every Monster Energy Supercross race. In addition, all races are available in Canada and the Caribbean through FOX Sports Racing.

“Since our relationship with FOX Sports began two years ago, we have continued to build the presence across their family of channels, including the FOX broadcast channel,” said Ken Hudgens, Chief Operating Officer, Feld Motor Sports. “For the first-time ever, viewers will enjoy two live races on the FOX broadcast channel, showcasing what is expected to be another banner year of racing.”

“We are very happy with the package we have put together for 2016,” said Patrick Crakes, SVP of Programming, Scheduling and Content Strategy. “The team at Feld Motor Sports delivers some of the most compelling and action-packed racing on television and this year’s strong TV schedule for Supercross continues our efforts to feature the sport in the best possible way across the FOX Sports family of networks.”

The start time for all races (except St. Louis and Foxborough) will be 7:00 p.m. local race time, with the afternoon pit parties starting at Noon local race time.

The 2015 Monster Energy Supercross television viewership across the FOX channels was up 6 percent over 2014.

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