The Arlington Supercross is also set to be the second of three Triple Crown races this season. Chase Sexton won at the Anaheim 2 Triple Crown, and he’s crashed while leading the last two races (Tampa and Oakland), so he’s looking forward to the format with three 12-minute Main Events, rather than one long 20-minute Main.
This weekend’s race is also the return of the 250SX East division, after a brief, one-week break. Hunter Lawrence, Jordon Smith, Haiden Deegan, Michael Mosiman, Jeremy Martin, Nate Thrasher, and the rest of the 250 East class are ready for their third Supercross of the season, and their first one without a sand section.
The Arlington Supercross will also host the second Supercross Futures race. With Haiden Deegan and Talon Hawkins already having advanced to the Pro ranks after the Future’s race at Anaheim 2, the focus will be on A2 winner, Daxton Bennick, runner-up Casey Cochran, and up-and-coming rider, Julien Beaumer.
Take a look at the animated track map of Arlington Supercross track for this weekend seventh round of the AMA supercross championship of 2023.