Finally! The 2023 World Supercross season is back after a long break of four months. The Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi will be the second and penultimate round before the series heads to Melbourne on November 24th. Let´s get into the details about all you need to know in order to follow the round.
Some teams has changed it´s respective linups due to injuries and others absences, making room to four new riders in the SX2 class, while another two will be stepping up in the WSX class.
Wilson Todd (FirePower Honda), Kyle Webster (Honda NILS), Carson Mumford (MCR Honda) and Robbie Wageman (CDR Yamaha) will be the new faces in the SX2 class starting this Saturday at the WSXGP Abu Dhabi. Meanwhile Aaron Tanti (CDR Yamaha) and Mitchell Oldenburg (MCR Honda) will make their debuts in the premier class.
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HOW TO WATCH AND TIMETABLE:
You can catch thisweekend’ss World supercross championship round in Abu Dhabi on World Supercross Championship Live (wsx. tv). There are other options to watch and you can see that below.
Starting at 1.10pm local time you can watch qualification heats for free and then for just 8.99us, you can watch the full program from 4 pm local time.
*Timetable based on local time
- Qualifictions heats (for Free in WSX.TV) 1.10pm
- 13:00 – Opening
- 13:57 – SX2 Race 1 & Race 2
- 14:10 – Junior 85cc / 65cc Heat
- 14:20 – WSX Heat 1 & Heat 2
- 14:46 – SX2 heat 3
- 15:07 – WSX Heat 3