The Minneapolis Supercross track inside U.S. Bank stadium is shaping up well. Some parts of the track that were built later than others are developing deep ruts in corners and up jump faces. East coast dirt tends to keep more moisture in and break down easier. Whoop sections tend to get one lined and rutted rather than get cupped out like west coast races. Some teams like the Geico Honda team are using tires warmers in the pits due to the sub-zero temperature outside. This will help in the opening laps of the race as it can take a few laps for riders tires to thaw out. Listen to what Broc Glover and Jim Holley have to say about the track conditions in Minneapolis, Minnesota.