SX Global confirmed six events for the 2023 FIM World Supercross Championship after two successful pilot events in 2022 in Cardiff, Wales, and Melbourne, Australia (WSX). The 2023 WSX schedule will include FIM-sanctioned rounds in France, Germany, Canada, Australia, and the UK. The location in Southeast Asia will be confirmed soon. Check out the 2023 World Supercross Championship full schedule below:
Rd 1: July 1st, Villa Park, Birmingham, UK
Rd 2: July 22nd, Groupama Stadium, Lyon-Décines, France
Rd 3: September 30th, Southeast Asia (location TBA)
Rd 4: October 14th, Merkur Spiel Arena, Dusseldorf, Germany
Rd 5: October 28th, BC Place, Vancouver, Canada
Rd 6: November 24-25, Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
On July 1st, the opening round of WSX will take place at Villa Park in Birmingham, bringing its innovative supercross experience back to the UK. The second round of the championship will then take place in France on July 22 at Groupama Stadium in Lyon-Décines. Beginning on September 30, the series will travel through South-East Asia before arriving on October 14 at the Merkur Spiel Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany. The series finale of WSX will once again take place in Melbourne, Australia, at Marvel Stadium on November 24 and 25, while WSX will be in Canada on October 28 at BC Place in Vancouver.
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