MONSTER ENERGY CUP SUPERCROSS TV SCHEDULE

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2019 MONSTER ENERGY CUP SUPERCROSS TV SCHEDULE

The 2019 Monster Energy Cup is here and it’s set to kick off on Saturday, October 19th under the lights in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Sam Boyd stadium. With past champions like 2018 Million dollar prize winner Eli Tomac and 2012 winner Justin Barcia returning and more heavy hitters like Adam Cianciarulo who is making his 450 Supercross debut, Chad Reed who is making his comeback to racing on a his own privateer Honda and the 2016 World Grand Prix Champion from Slovenia, Tim Gajser who is returning to compete in the MEC for the second time, it should be a very interesting an exciting night for racing. Along with the three Main Events for the highly anticipated “Cup class” is the Amateur All-Stars and Supermini classes who will each have two Motos each.

NBC SPORTS TO AIR THE NIGHT SHOW AT 7:00PM PACIFIC TIME

Here’s a sneak peak at Adam Cianciarulo’s 2020 KX450 that he will be racing on this Saturday.

The 2019 Monster Energy Cup will shown LIVE on NBC Sports at 7:00 P.M. Pacific time, 10:00 P.M. Eastern time. If you want to watch it on your cell phone or if you just want to watch it online without any commercials, you can purchase the NBC Sports Gold Pass by clicking here if you are inside the US, or if you are outside of the US you can watch it on the Supercross Video Pass. The price is $19.99 to buy the NBC Gold Pass for the weekend and with it you’ll also be able to watch replays from the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season.

RACE DAY SCHEDULE

Malcolm Stewart 2018 Monster cup supercross-7116Malcolm Stewart will also be racing this Saturday. He was going fast earlier in the year before he was injured, we are excited to see if he can bring back that same speed this weekend in Las Vegas.

2019 MONSTER ENERGY CUP | FULL COVERAGE

PRACTICE & QUALIFYING                                                                                                                                                                                                 1:20 pm Practice A Qualifying Practice (Outside)
1:35 pm Practice B Qualifying Practice (Outside)
2:05 pm 250 Futures Qualifying Practice (Outside)

Track Maintenance                                                                                                                                                                                                                  3:05 pm 250 Futures Qualifying Practice (Inside Left)
3:20 pm Supermini Futures Qualifying Practice (Inside Left)
3:35 pm Practice B Qualifying Practice (Inside Reverse)
3:50 pm Practice A Qualifying Practice (Inside Reverse)

Track Maintenance

THE AVERAGE OF THE TWO QUALIFYING PRACTICE SESSIONS WILL DETERMINE THE TOP 18 TIMES IN THE CUP CLASS TRANSFERRING DIRECTLY TO THE MAIN EVENTS

4:20 pm Last Chance Qualifier
7:05 pm Main Event #1: 10 laps, 22 riders (1-22 points awarded)
8:25 pm Main Event #2: 10 laps, 22 riders (1-22 points awarded)
9:35 pm Main Event #3: 10 laps, 22 riders (1-22 points awarded)

*Events scheduled to change without notice

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