Fantasy Supercross 2023

Fantasy Supercross 2023 Race Schedule

Fantasy Supercross 2023 dates and locations subject to change. Combined East/West rounds award points toward both the East and West Regional Championships.

Anaheim Stadium Supercross
Anaheim Stadium Supercross 2023

The 2023 Fantasy Supercross season starts off in Anaheim, CA on January 8th, 2023 and concludes in Salt City, UT on May 23rd, 2023.

Eli Tomac is set to return for 2023 and defend his 2022 Supercross title. Other top riders to watch this season are: Jason Anderson, Chase Sexton, Adam Cianciarulo, and Dylan Ferrandis

Note: There are only two rounds at Anaheim (Angel Stadium) this year, January 7th and January 28th. The San Diego round will be at the new Snapdragon Stadium. Minneapolis, St. Louis, and Foxborough are not on the schedule. Back on the schedule: Houston (February 4), Tampa (February 11), East Rutherford (April 22), and Nashville (April 29). Three are two off weekends: February 18th and April 1st.

2023 Supercross Schedule

Jan 7Angel StadiumAnaheim, CAWest
Jan 21Snapdragon StadiumSan Diego, CAWest
Jan 28Angel StadiumAnaheim, CAWest
Feb 4NRG StadiumHouston, TXEast
Feb 11Raymond James StadiumTampa, FLEast
Feb 18RingCentral ColiseumOakland, CAWest
Feb 25AT&T StadiumArlington, TXEast
Mar 4Daytona Int. SpeedwayDaytona Beach, FLEast
March 11Lucas Oil StadiumIndianapolis, INEast
March 18Ford FieldDetroit, MIEast
March 25Lumen FieldSeattle, WAWest
April 8State Farm StadiumGlendale, AZWest
April 15Atlanta Motor SpeedwayAtlanta, GAEast
April 22MetLife StadiumEast Rutherford, NJEast/West
April 29Nissan StadiumNashville, TNEast
May 6Empower Field at Mile HighDenver, COWest
May 13Rice-Eccles StadiumSalt Lake City, UTEast/West
Source: 2023 AMA Supercross Schedule

Fantasy Supercross 2023: The AMA Supercross Championship is presented in the 450SX class, which features four-stroke 450cc technology. The 250SX class, which showcases riders on four-stroke 250cc motorcycles, is split into Eastern and Western regional divisions, each awarding its own title