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Marvin Musquin will miss San Diego Supercross with wrist injury Saturday’s Supercross Round 2 in San Diego: How to watch, start times, streaming info

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Red Bull KTM announces on Instagram that Marvin Musquin will miss Round 2 of the 2023 Monster Energy Supercross season at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego due to a wrist injury sustained in practice, stating: “Red Bull KTM has confirmed that Marvin Musquin will miss San Diego (Supercross race) this weekend due to a wrist injury obtained this week during practice. Doctors are examining the Frenchman’s wrist and more information will come.”

The replacement of the rider for the week is not reported.

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Maskin led on lap 12 in the season opener after finishing fifth in his race.

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Muskin is in his seventh season on the 450 in Supercross competition but missed the entire 2020 season with a knee injury. Muskin also missed the 2011 and 2014 Supercross seasons with anterior cruciate ligament injuries while in the 250 class.

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Returning to competition, he finished ninth in 2021 and fourth last year.

Maskin will be the second major rider to miss San Diego due to injury. Yamaha rider Austin Forkner announced after Anaheim that he would miss the entire Supercross season due to a knee injury. Forkner will be replaced by Carson Mumford starting with the rescheduled game in Oakland on Feb. 18, once his wrist has healed sufficiently from an off-season crash.

Pierce Brown was another driver who crashed hard in the season opener. He had a severe fall while in heat and was taken to a local hospital for examination.

After the accident, Brown wrote on Instagram.: “Rider error cost me the night. Fortunately, there were no serious injuries, just a little sick. Past behind us forward and up from here.

Brown’s back hurts, but an extra week with the Oakland game canceled has given him extra time to heal.

With the Oakland round rescheduled to next month, the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series will resume with a second round in San Diego on Saturday, January 21st.

Defending series champion Eli Tomac won the opening 450 at Anaheim ahead of Cooper Webb and Chase Sexton who would enter San Diego as the reigning race winner. The Honda rider scored his first career 450 win at San Diego last year, becoming the 65th rider to win on the main track.

Although the trio represent the last four championships (two for Tomac, two for Webb) and a likely future champion at Sexton, the opening of the season was still unpredictable.

There have been four leaders and four leadership changes, which has only happened four times in the last decade. Tomac had to fight back furiously after falling off the lead and Malcolm Stewart was in the middle of his first 450 win.

San Diego may hold more surprises. The 450 field has no riders with multiple wins at that location. Sexton, Ken Roczen (2017), Jason Anderson (’18), Tomac (’19) and Webb (’20) win here.

Here are the important details for watching the second round of the 2023 Supercross schedule at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego on Saturday, January 21, 2023:

(All times are Eastern Time)

BROADCAST / BROADCAST SCHEDULE: Round 2 telecast begins Saturday at 10:00 pm ET on Peacock. Race Day Live (including qualifying) will begin on Peacock at 4:00 pm ET.

NBC Sports will provide exclusive live coverage of races, qualifiers and rides for a record 31 Supermotocross events. Key events will be featured on Peacock, NBC, USA Network, CNBC and NBC Sports digital platforms.

peacock will be home to the Super Motocross World Championship Series in 2023 with live coverage of all races, qualifying and heats from January to October. Exclusively on Peacock, 23 races will be broadcast, including the playoffs of the Supermotocross World Championship. The platform will also provide replays of each race upon request.

LISTS OF PARTICIPANTS: 450 divisions l 250 divisions

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES (all times Eastern Time):

Here’s Saturday’s start time, according to the AMA’s Monster Energy Supercross schedule:

16:05: 250SX Group C Qualifying 1
16:20: 250SX Group B Qualifying 1
16:35: 250SX Group A Qualification 1
16:50: 450SX Group A Qualification 1
17:05: 450SX Group B Qualifying 1
17:20: 450SX Group C Qualifying 1
18:20: 250SX Group C Qualification 2
18:35: 250SX Group B Qualification 2
18:50: 250SX Group A Qualification 2
19:05: 450SX Group A Qualification 2
19:20: 450SX Group B Qualification 2
19:35: 450SX Group C Qualification 2
22:06: 250SX heat 1
22:20: 250SX heat 2
22:34: 450SX heat 1
22:48: 450SX Heat 2
23:22: 250SX Last Chance Qualifier
23:34: 450SX Last Chance Qualifier
23:54: 250SX Main Event
12:27: 450SX Main Event


Click here to view the route map


FINAL RESULT 2022: 450 points in the standings | 250 Eastern points of the standings | 250 West points


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