How to watch AMA Supercross round 1 live in the United States

Posted: 15 January 2021 5:51 pm

The high-octane, gravity-defying Monster Energy AMA Supercross is back for a new season. This is how to watch round 1 in the US.

The massive jumps and break-neck speed of AMA Supercross are back in 2021. Purpose-built dirt tracks and powerful motorbikes produce some of the most exciting motorsports on the planet.

This year, everyone will be gunning for defending 450cc class series champion Eli Tomac. The Kawasaki rider won 7 of the 13 races held in 2020 in a season that was impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

There are 17 events on the 2021 schedule, with the series to span January 16 through May 1 at a number of venues across the country. The first three rounds are all in Houston, with Indianapolis, Orlando, Daytona Beach, Arlington, Atlanta and Salt Lake City also on the schedule. This is how to watch round one.

When is AMA Supercross round 1?

The season-opening round is being held at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The traditional qualifying runs, two heats, last chance qualifier and main event are all being held across Saturday, January 16 starting at 11:50am local time.

How to watch AMA Supercross round 1

The home of AMA Supercross in the US is Peacock, the new streaming service from NBC. We have a full guide to Peacock for you here.

Peacock has a free option where you can stream a decent amount of content for no cost. But if you want to access AMA Supercross, Premier League soccer, movies and more, you need to sign up for Peacock Premium.

Peacock Premium costs $4.99 a month and also comes with a 7-day free trial for you to take it for a test run. There is also Peacock Premium Plus, which is the same service and also has the 7-day free trial, but comes without commercials. It costs $9.99 a month.

We have some further guides to help your decision making, including Peacock vs. Netflix, Peacock vs. HBO Max and Peacock vs. Hulu.

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