2023 GLENDALE SUPERCROSS PRE-RACE REPORT: TV SCHEDULE, INJURED LIST & MORE

2023 GLENDALE SUPERCROSS PRE-RACE REPORT: TV SCHEDULE, INJURED LIST & MORE

The 2023 Monster Energy Supercross season has arrived to Glendale Arizona which is normally near the beginning of the season but is now near the end this time around. While it may feel strange to have a week off between the races, with Supercross typically avoiding Easter weekend in year’s past, we’re eager to witness the excitement that is Supercross again. What makes this weekend interesting is that our MXA crew will be split with half of us covering the Supercross race and the other half racing and covering the Two Stroke National held at Glen Helen. But if you’re here, you’re here for the Supercross so let’s get into it.

If you missed out on Seattle, then all you need to know is that Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb are going to be playing tug-of-war at Glendale as both riders are tied for the points lead. Jett Lawrence is still king in the 250 class and we’re crossing our fingers that something remotely interesting happens in the lites class. So scroll down below and find out everything you need about the upcoming Glendale round.


2023 GLENDALE SUPERCROSS TRACK MAP

THIS WEEK IN MXA: GLENDALE & WORLD TWO-STROKE RACE PREVIEW


TV SCHEDULE: 2023 GLENDALE SUPERCROSS

The Peacock premium streaming service costs $4.99 per month and it provides LIVE coverage of the daytime qualifying sessions at each Round and live coverage of each Supercross race. International Supercross fans can now watch LIVE using the SuperMotocross Video Pass streaming service (Supermotocross.tv) which costs $129.95 for a one-year subscription.

New for 2023, Race Day Live will expand in 2023 to cover all 31 races of the SuperMotocross World Championship series. The program will feature 2.5 hours of coverage for each Supercross event, 1 hour for each Pro Motocross event, and 2.5 hours for both SuperMotocross Playoff events and the SuperMotocross World Championship Final.

Glendale Qualifying Show – 1:30 pm (pacific) – Peacock

Glendale Night Show – 7:00 pm (pacific) – Peacock

Glendale (re-air) – *Monday Apr. 9th – 10:00pm (pacific) – CNBC Channel


INJURY REPORT:

DYLAN FERRANDIS – CONCUSSION

Dylan Ferrandis 2023 Anaheim 2 Supercross-9340Dylan Ferrandis hit his head hard in the 450 Main Event at Houston. He was knocked out for a few minutes, but then he woke up and got off the track with the help of the Alpinestars medical team.  Dylan Ferrandis made his return to racing at Daytona, but a big crash during Press Day and he hasn’t been back racing since then.

MARVIN MUSQUIN – WRIST

Marvin Musquin 2023 Anaheim 1 Supercross-368433-year-old Marvin Musquin injured his wrist in a practice crash after Anaheim 1. KTM announced last week that he is out indefinitely with a scaphoid injury. The scaphoid bone is a delicate one that doesn’t receive a lot of blood flow, meaning that it can die off if it isn’t allowed to heal properly. Marvin had a one-year, Supercross-only contract for 2023 with KTM and we are unsure what his future will look like if he doesn’t race anymore this season. 

MICHAEL MOSIMAN (EAST)– CONCUSSION

Michael Mosiman had a crash at Daytona resulting in the GasGas rider hitting his head and suffering a concussion. Michael will follow concussion protocol and he hopes to return to the 250 East series soon.

NICK ROMANO – KNEE

Nick Romano 2022 Fox Raceway National-9920Nick Romano will miss the entire 2023 season, both Supercross and motocross. Nick tore his ACL and meniscus in his knee and had surgery.

MALCOLM STEWART – KNEE

Malcolm Stewart 2023 San Diego Supercross-0338Malcolm Stewart crashed while practicing after the San Diego Supercross and he tore his ACL. Malcolm just had surgery last week and is out for the foreseeable future.

JO SHIMODA – COLLARBONE

Jo Shimoda 2022 Washougal National-9287Jo Shimoda was slated to race 250 East Coast, but he broke his collarbone a week and a half before the Houston opener. He hopes to be back at the races for Atlanta. 

SETH HAMMAKER – WRIST

Seth Hammaker 2022 Washougal National-9282Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Seth Hammaker injured his wrist the same week as Jo Shimoda, leaving Mitch Payton’s team empty until Chris Blose got the fill-in ride. 

JALEK SWOLL – BROKEN ARM

Jalek Swoll 2022 Fox Raceway II National-5789Just a week before the 250 East Coast regional Supercross championship kicked off, Jalek crashed and suffered a spiral fracture in his arm. Jalek has already undergone successful surgery and now he’s on the road to recovery.

AUSTIN FORKNER – KNEE

Austin Forkner 2023 Anaheim 1 Supercross-6849Austin Forkner injured his knee at the start of the 250 Main Event at Anaheim 1. He had surgery on it and is most likely out for the season. 

GARRETT MARCHBANKS – WRIST

Garrett Marchbanks Brandon Haas ClubMX YamahaGarrett suffered an arm injury during his pre-season training at the Club MX facility. ClubMX gave us an update on Garrett a few weeks ago: “Surgery went well for the Daytona champion as he had the plate removed from his wrist on Monday. The next step is to get the stitches removed in another week and then start the rebuilding process. Garrett continues to work with the team and also works as a trainer helping the amateurs every day. We appreciate his dedication and participation to help continue the growth of the ClubMX program by giving back his time. A bit more time will help us determine when he can return to racing.”

450 CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 11 OF 17)

It will be exciting this weekend as Cooper Webb and Eli Tomac will be sharing their piece of the pie. Who will leave Arizona with the red plate in hand?

POS. # NAME POINTS
1 1 Eli Tomac 248
2 2 Cooper Webb 248
3 23 Chase Sexton 226
4 94 Ken Roczen 199
5 21 Jason Anderson 199
6 51 Justin Barcia 195
7 7 Aaron Plessinger 180
8 28 Christian Craig 150
9 9 Adam Cianciarulo 122
10 46 Justin Hill 116
11 15 Dean Wilson 107
12 17 Joey Savatgy 85
13 45 Colt Nichols 84
14 751 Josh Hill 78
15 32 Justin Cooper 76
16 12 Shane McElrath 76
17 44 Benny Bloss 57
18 14 Dylan Ferrandis 56
19 78 Grant Harlan 46
20 80 Kevin Moranz 43
21 11 Kyle Chisholm 43
22 519 Joshua Cartwright 42
23 60 Justin Starling 40
24 47 Fredrik Noren 36
25 68 Cade Clason 34
26 24 Rj Hampshire 15
27 27 Malcolm Stewart 15
28 73 John Short 12
29 25 Marvin Musquin 11
30 219 Chase Marquier 5
31 74 Logan Karnow 3
32 848 Joan Cros 2
33 140 Alex Ray 2
34 160 Cole Seely 2

250 WEST CLASS POINT STANDINGS (AFTER ROUND 5 OF 10)

Jett and his brother have complete control over both of the 250 classes. Talk about Aussie domination.

POS. # NAME POINTS
1 18 Jett Lawrence 127
2 24 Rj Hampshire 104
3 48 Cameron Mcadoo 101
4 49 Mitchell Oldenburg 83
5 56 Enzo Lopes 82
6 43 Levi Kitchen 80
7 34 Max Vohland 70
8 33 Pierce Brown 67
9 83 Cole Thompson 59
10 40 Stilez Robertson 53
11 41 Derek Kelley 53
12 79 Dylan Walsh 49
13 69 Phillip Nicoletti 44
14 59 Robbie Wageman 41
15 111 Anthony Rodriguez 40
16 508 Hunter Yoder 40
17 53 Derek Drake 30
18 84 Mitchell Harrison 24
19 42 Joshua Varize 24
20 85 Dilan Schwartz 22
21 52 Carson Mumford 15
22 93 Jerry Robin 12
23 162 Maxwell Sanford 12
24 981 Austin Politelli 12
25 604 Max Miller 10
26 76 Dominique Thury 7
27 173 Hunter Schlosser 7
28 102 Wilson Todd 6
29 98 Geran Stapleton 5
30 500 Julien Benek 4
31 702 Hunter Cross 4
32 410 Brandon Scharer 4
33 260 Dylan Woodcock 3
34 89 Kaeden Amerine 3
35 100 Matt Moss 1
36 388 Brandon Ray 1
37 55 Austin Forkner 1

2023 GLENDALE SUPERCROSS // FULL COVERAGE

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