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Don’t miss a minute of the racing action

The FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX) season kicks off this weekend at the famous Villa Park, Birmingham, and no matter where you are in the world, you’ll be able to catch all the action.

In 2023, fans will have unparalleled access to race coverage through the largest broadcast partner network in supercross history, WSX.TV and Race Day Dash.

Broadcast Partner Network

With WSX expanding its reach globally to more than 180 countries and 500 million households in 2023, fans can watch live, as-live or replays via the extensive broadcast partner network.

See where you can catch the action in your region and check your local guide for precise viewing times.


In a WSX-first, U.S. based-fans will now be able to watch all six rounds LIVE and on-demand via WSX.TV. Viewers outside the region where the event is being held can also enjoy the LIVE and on-demand racing.

As an added plus for subscribers, the WSX Pre Show is available in all regions as FREEMIUM content. From interviews, practice and qualifying coverage to track insights with the likes of Chad Reed, the WSX Pre Show will deliver unique and exclusive behind-the-scenes action.

There are three passes available to viewers:

  • Freemium ($0)– allows access to limited WSX Championship content and race recaps.
  • Pay-Per-View (US$8.99) – allows direct streaming access to the races you want to watch.
  • Champ Pass (US$49.99) – allows access to every 2023 WSX Championship race.

Conditions apply. To learn more, visit WSX.TV

WSX.TV RESTRICTIONS: PPV and Champ Pass are unavailable in Australia, Japan, Germany and Spain. Aussies note its screening on 7+ live at 3:30am AEST per schedule below:

Event schedule

Race Day Dash

Also new in 2023 is the WSX Race Day Dash, where fans can watch every rider and every lap through specialised mobile web application technology. It’s designed to enhance the racing experience by providing users comprehensive access to live timing, rider profiles and event information.

Access to Race Day Dash is via the WSXChampionship website.

About WSX

The FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX) is an international supercross racing Championship led by SX Global in Australia. The World Supercross Championship was primarily based in the USA before the world governing body for motorcycle sport, Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), awarded SX Global the exclusive organisational and commercial rights to stage and promote the World Supercross Championship from 2022 onwards.

Last year, the WSX pilot season was launched at Principality Stadium, Cardiff to over 35,000 fans before it headed down under, where 50,000 fans witnessed the finale across two nights at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia. The 2022 Championship saw Ken Roczen from Germany win the WSX class, and Shane McElrath from the USA win the SX2 class.

WSX offers the biggest prize money in World Supercross Championship history, with US$250,000 to be won at each round across the two racing classes – WSX (450cc) and SX2 (250cc). Under its independent team franchise model, the Championship also features unprecedented financial support for teams and riders. WSX provides an elevated experience for fans through unique race formats, broadcast innovations, and in-stadium entertainment suitable for people and families of all ages. Visit to find out more!


2023 World Supercross Championship Calendar

British GP                   Villa Park, Birmingham                       1 July

Singapore GP             National Stadium, Singapore              30 September

German GP                Merkur Spiel Arena, Dusseldorf         14 October

Canadian GP              BC Place, Vancouver                         28 October

Abu Dhabi GP             Etihad Arena, Abu Dhabi                    11-12 November

Australian GP             Marvel Stadium, Melbourne               24-25 November