The 2023 San Diego Supercross is set to go inside of the brand new SnapDragon Stadium, just a few miles north of downtown San Diego, California. If you know you’re Supercross history, you might remember the now demolished Qualcomm Stadium which was erected in 1967 and was demolished in December of 2020. Supercross raced in the Qualcomm Stadium a total of 31 times (from 1980-2014) before the series moved it’s San Diego venue downtown to Petco Park for the 2015 through 2022 seasons. Now, the brand new SnapDragon stadium is ready to host Supercross and it’s actually located on the other end of the parking lot from where Qualcomm previously sat. The 2023 race marks the 40th time that Supercross races in San Diego and coming into today, it’s Eli Tomac with the red plate and points lead after winning Round 1 at Anaheim.
The Anaheim 1 Supercross was eventful for the 250 class. Unfortunately Troy Lee Designs GasGas rider Pierce Brown crashed in his Heat race and was out for the night and Austin Forkner crashed off the start in the 250 Main Event and injured his ACL. Thankfully, Pierce Brown is healthy and racing today in San Diego, but Forkner’s crash has sidelined him for the entire Supercross season.
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