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TV Coverage (please check your local TV listings)

LIVE on SPEED 7:00pm PT or 10:00pm ET

[url=http://www.supercrossonline.com/TV/]TV Schedule[/url]

TV Schedule

RacerX Injury Report: Las Vegas

Possible live internet race coverage.

Live Race Coverage

Practice should start at 1:30pm PT or 4:30pm ET.

Live Timing & Scoring

Live Timing & Scoring

Live Timing & Scoring

iPhone Live Timing & Scoring

Mobile Live Timing & Scoring

Results and Points

Supercrossonline Results

2012 Supercross Series Results Page

Archive Supercross Results Page

The Vault RacerX 40 Years of American MX & SX Results

Supercross LIVE YouTube

Supercross LIVE Video Clips

Track map:

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Saturday

11:00 am - 11:30 am Rider's Track Walk

11:30 am – 11:45 pm Riders Meeting (Mandatory)

11:45 pm - 12:00 pm Chapel Service

12:30 pm - 12:38 pm Lites Group C Free Practice

12:40 pm - 12:48 pm Lites East Free Practice

12:50 pm - 12:58 pm Lites West Free Practice

1:00 pm - 1:08 pm SX Group A Free Practice

1:10 pm – 1:18 pm SX Group B Free Practice

1:20 pm - 1:28 pm SX Group C Free Practice

1:30 pm - 1:40 pm Lites Group C Qualifying Practice

1:45 pm - 1:55 pm Lites East Qualifying Practice

2:00 pm - 2:10 pm Lites West Qualifying Practice

2:15 pm - 2:25 pm SX Group A Qualifying Practice

2:30 pm – 2:40 pm SX Group B Qualifying Practice

2:45 pm - 2:55 pm SX Group C Qualifying Practice

2:55 pm - 3:30 pm Track Maintenance

3:30 pm – 3:45 pm Promoter Track Walk

3:45 pm – 3:55 pm Lites Group C Qualifying Practice

4:00 pm - 4:10 pm Lites West Qualifying Practice

4:15 pm - 4:25 pm Lites East Qualifying Practice

4:30 pm – 4:40 pm SX Group A Qualifying Practice

4:45 pm – 4:55 pm SX Group B Qualifying Practice

5:00 pm - 5:10 pm SX Group C Qualifying Practice

5:10 pm – 5:25 pm Promoter Track Walk

5:25 pm – 6:45 pm Track Maintenance

Notes:

For this event, the Lites purse will be paid out for the east-west shootout Only. The east and west main events will only pay Championship points.

For the Lites class, the 20 fastest east riders from timed qualifying will be seeded in the east coast main event and the 20 fastest west riders from timed qualifying will be seeded in the west coast main event.

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For the Supercross class, the 40 fastest riders from Timed Qualifying will advance to the evening program (the Fast 40). In the

Supercross Class only, a rider who is currently in the Top 10 in points that fails to make the Fast 40 will be placed as 21st gate pick in the first heat race

Evening Program

7:00pm – 7:30 pm Opening Ceremonies

7:30pm – 7:50pm Supercross Lites East Main Event – 15 Laps, 20 Riders (1-9 to Shootout, 10-20 to LCQ)

7:50pm – 8:00pm Lites Victory Circle

8:00pm – 8:20pm Supercross Lites West Main Event – 15 Laps, 20 Riders (1-9 to Shootout, 10-20 to LCQ)

8:20pm – 8:30pm Lites Victory Circle

8:30pm – 8:40pm Supercross Heat #1 – 8 Laps, 20 Riders (1-9 to Main Event, 10-20 to LCQ)

8:40pm – 8:50pm Supercross Heat #2 – 8 Laps, 20 Riders (1-9 to Main Event, 10-20 to LCQ)

8:50pm – 9:15pm Track Maintenance

9:15pm – 9:25pm Supercross Lites East/West Last Chance Qualifier – 4 Laps, 22 Riders (1-2 to Main)

9:25pm – 9:35pm Supercross Last Chance Qualifier – 6 Laps, 22 Riders (1-2 to Main)

9:40pm – 9:45pm Supercross Lites Parade Lap

9:45pm – 10:00pm Supercross Lites Dave Coombs Sr. Memorial East-West Shootout Main Event – 10 Laps, 20 Riders

10:00pm – 10:05pm Supercross Lites Shootout Victory Circle

10:05pm – 10:10pm Supercross Parade Lap

10:10pm – 10:35pm Supercross Main Event – 20 Laps, 20 Riders

10:35pm – 10:45pm Supercross Victory Circle

RacerX Thor Race-Center

Supercrossonline Facebook Chat

DMXS Chat room

RacerX Twitter Updates

VitalMX Twitter Updates

PulpMX Twitter Updates

DanDunes818 Twitter Updates

LeBig Twitter Updates

Butler Brothers Blog

Insider MX Facebook Updates

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