Supercross: Riders hit the track in Salt Lake City (IMAGES)

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The stretch run of the 2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season finally begins today in Salt Lake City.

Riders already have had a busy Sunday at empty Rice-Eccles Stadium with sight laps, practice and qualifying ahead of their racing events.

There hasn’t been a lot of first-person social media chatter from the riders, but we’ve seen some great images of them figuring out the track in the early sessions.

There also were a collection of photos provided by promoter Feld Entertainment, Inc., from the Sunday morning warmups:

Ken Roczen, who trails Eli Tomac by three points in the 450 standings, takes a turn at Salt Lake City (Feld Entertainment, Inc.).
Two-time champion Chad Reed checks out the course for Supercross’ return (Feld Entertainment, Inc.).
Justin Barcia is ranked fourth in points with one victory this season (Feld Entertainment, Inc.).


Cooper Webb, who is third in the points, takes a jump Sunday at Rice-Eccles Stadium (Feld Entertainment, Inc.).

Monster Energy Supercross resumes its 2020 season from Salt Lake City, Utah today at 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN, with continuing coverage on NBC from 4-6 p.m. ET. The event is also streaming on, the NBC Sports app, and NBC Sports Gold’s Supercross Pass.