FIM World Supercross has announced a six-race season for 2023. The series held two events this year in their inaugural season. The first race was held in Cardiff, Wales and the second in Melbourne, Australia.
“It’s incredibly gratifying to see our vision for a truly global supercross championship steadily coming to fruition. Our goals, while ambitious, are clear to elevate supercross to a global audience through a truly international calendar of events, visit diverse destinations that have well-established and passionate fan bases, and visit new regions where supercross can grow and flourish,” said SX Global CEO, Adam Bailey. “We believe the 2023 schedule delivers on these promises, yet it’s only the tip of the spear. We have so much more room for growth in regions across the globe that are hungry to witness this incredible spectacle, firsthand. We are only scratching the surface of our long-term plan for WSX.”
The first race of the new season kicks off in the UK at Villa Park in Birmingham. Races will take place across the globe in Germany, France, Canada, Australia and Asia. A number of riders have already committed to running the series.