How to Watch Nitro Rallycross 2022-23, NBC announces broadcast schedule

Nitro Rallycross broadcast schedule
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Beginning June 18 and concluding March 25, 2023, Nitro Rallycross (NRX) will host 10 rounds of racing in six countries as NBC announced a broadcast schedule in which every race will be streamed live on their Peacock streaming service with encore presentations on either CNBC or NBC.

Covering begins Saturday morning at 7 a.m. ET with at Lydden Hill in Southern England with another race following on Sunday at 7:30 a.m. ET. An encore of the event will air at 11:30 a.m. on CNBC and throughout the season, every round will be featured with network coverage.

The series features some of the best rally racers currently competing, including last year’s champion Travis Pastrana and motorsports icons Ken Block, Tanner Foust and Jenson Button.

The first three rounds of the season will be held in Europe. Following the 2022 debut in England, NRX heads to Sweden on July 30-31 and then Finland on August 27-28.

The series returns to the United States in October, with stops at Minneapolis and Los Angeles. In November, they will compete in Phoenix before taking the show international once more.

December features a stop in Saudi Arabia, before the series travels to Canada with rounds in Quebec in January, 2023 and Calgary in February.

Nitro Rallycross will end their 2022-23 season in March at a location in the United States that is still to be determined. This race will feature two encore presentations on CNC and NBC respectively.

Andrew Coley will serve as play-by-play commentator throughout the season joined by analyst Jarod DeAnda, and reporters Katie Osborn and Streetbike Tommy.

NBC Sports’ 2022-23 Nitro Rallycross coverage schedule:

Date Race Platform Time (ET)
Sat., June 18 United Kingdom Peacock 7 a.m.
Sun., June 19 United Kingdom Peacock 7:30 a.m.
United Kingdom CNBC* 11:30 a.m.
Sat., July 30 Sweden Peacock 9 a.m.
Sun., July 31 Sweden Peacock 8 a.m.
Sweden CNBC* 1 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 27 Finland Peacock 8 a.m.
Sun., Aug. 28 Finland Peacock 7 a.m.
Finland CNBC* 2 p.m.
Sat., Oct. 1 Minneapolis Peacock 3 p.m.
Sun., Oct. 2 Minneapolis CNBC* 11:30 a.m.
Minneapolis Peacock 3 p.m.
Sat., Oct. 29 Los Angeles Peacock 5 p.m.
Sun., Oct. 30 Los Angeles CNBC* 1 p.m.
Los Angeles Peacock 5 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 12 Phoenix Peacock 5 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 13 Phoenix CNBC* 12:30 p.m.
Phoenix Peacock 5 p.m.
Fri., Dec. 9 Saudi Arabia Peacock 7 a.m.
Sat., Dec. 10 Saudi Arabia Peacock 7 a.m.
Sun., Dec. 11 Saudi Arabia CNBC* 1 p.m.
Fri., Jan. 20 Quebec Peacock 5 p.m.
Sat., Jan. 21 Quebec Peacock 5 p.m.
Sun., Jan. 22 Quebec CNBC* 1 p.m.
Sat., Feb. 4 Calgary Peacock 3 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 5 Calgary CNBC* 1 p.m.
Calgary Peacock 3 p.m.
Fri., Mar. 24 TBD Peacock 8 p.m.
Sat., Mar. 25 TBD NBC* 12:30 p.m.
TBD Peacock 8 p.m.
Sun., Mar. 26 TBD CNBC* 1 p.m.

*encore presentation

Chase Sexton wins Triple Crown Anaheim 2 Supercross: Levi Kitchen unseats Jett Lawrence in 250s

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Chase Sexton won two of the three races in the Monster Energy Supercross Anaheim 2 Triple Crown, which was enough to overcome a fifth-place finish in Race 2 and give him the overall victory. It was the second Supercross win of his career.

“Super big night for me,” Sexton told NBC Sports’ Will Christien. “After last weekend with that being a struggle, I just need to come out here and stop the bleeding a little bit and I did that tonight.”

Sexton suffered a crash on Lap 1 of his heat, sending him into Last Chance Qualifier. The bad gate pick put him in a difficult position to start the race and he was able to climb to only fifth at the checkers.

At Anaheim 2, three riders entered the final race of the Triple Crown in a winner-take-all scenario. Sexton, Jason Anderson and Eli Tomac each had a shot at victory. It raised the intensity level for all riders in an evening that featured a lot of comers and goers.

Jason Anderson took the early lead in Race 3, which set him up for the overall victory. Sexton stalked and passed him midway through the race and then a minor mistake late allowed Webb to slip around as well. Anderson’s 5-1-3 gave him second overall.

“I had a tough couple of rounds, getting off that Anaheim 1 crash and then last week weekend I fumbled a little bit, but I’m excited to get back on the box and start moving forward,” Anderson told Jason Thomas.

Anderson finished seventh in the first two rounds of 2023.

RESULTS: How they finished for the 450 Main in Anaheim 2

Ken Roczen was the model of consistency in the opening rounds and at Anaheim 2. In three races so far this year, he’s gotten progressively better each time with a fifth in A1, a fourth last week in San Deigo and a third this week.

With results of 2-3-4, he earned his first podium of the season, which lands him fourth in the standings.

“This was hard earned,” Roczen said after the race. “I completely botched the start and then to have to work my way up. I only happen on the very last lap to step up here on the podium.”

Webb’s solid second-place finish in the third race allowed him to leapfrog several riders and finish fourth overall, but a seventh in Race 1 kept him off the podium. He improved in each race in Anaheim, however, with a 7-4-2.

With a 4-6-5, Dylan Ferrandis rounded out the top five.

The intensity of the race was a little too much for Tomac.

While battling side-by-side with Webb in Race 3 at the one-third mark, Tomac jumped wide and crashed hard. He fell to 14th, doing some damage to his bike in the process. He advanced only one position in that race to 13th. His first two races, a third and second, were strong enough to give him sixth overall. He retains the points lead, but it has shrunk to a gap of only four over Sexton and Webb.

Malcolm Stewart injured late in the week and was not able to mount.


Levi Kitchen became the first rider to unseat Jett Lawrence in the Triple Crown format at Anaheim 2 and won the overall with consistency. In his three races, Kitchen finished 4-2-2 to narrowly edge the winner of the first two races.

“This whole day; this is unbelievable. I took a few good slams in practice and I was down on myself,” Kitchen told NBC Sports Jason Thomas afterward. “The first moto I got a good start and got shuffled back, then I knew I just needed to be consistent.”

Jett Lawrence saved his best for last – which wasn’t hard given the struggles he experienced in the first two races.

Despite those problems, he entered Race 3 of the Triple Crown three points behind Kitchen after suffering a pair of disappointing races by his personal measuring stick. In the first and second 250 races of the night, Lawrence hit the ground. He dropped to the final rider in the running order in Race 2 with a Lap 1 fall. But in both races, he was able to overcome his mistake and close the gap so that he had a chance to take his first Triple Crown win of his career.

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Lawrence rode to third in Race 1 and sixth in Race 2. In the final race of the night, Lawrence did all he could. He earned the holeshot, but when Kitchen fell in behind him, Lawrence’s fate was sealed. His 3-6-1 tied him in points with Stilez Robertson, but the tiebreaker goes to the final round and his win secured second-place.

“I can definitely say Triple Crowns are not my thing,” Lawrence told NBC Sports Will Christien. “We have one more to try and fix this, so hopefully we can get that done.”

Lawrence will move into the 450 class for the Lucas Oil Motocross outdoor season and his 250 record book will be closed.

The best news for Lawrence is the other riders who entered this round in the top three had a worse night, so Lawrence leaves Anaheim with a 16-point gap on Cameron McAdoo and 17 over RJ Hampshire.

Roberston finished 6-1-3 to take the final step of the podium.

“Getting that win in the second Main meant a lot,” Roberston told Thomas. “I wish I could have done a little better in the third one, but we’re still up here on the box.”

Mitchell Oldenburg used consistency to earn fourth in the overall. He finished 5-4-6.

After missing the Main last week in San Diego, Max Vohland finished 7-8-4 to round out the top five.

RJ Hampshire set himself up as the early favorite with his Race 1 win. In Race 2, it all fell apart. He fell in the sand section and damaged his bike, finishing last in that race. The final event of the night for the 250s provided only a 13th-place finish, leaving Hampshire deep in the points.

Cameron McAdoo hard crash in qualification, which was scary news for a team that has seen three of their riders sidelined with injury. McAdoo was never quite able to get his rhythm with an 8-7-5.

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