Supercross 2020 round 6 is going to start in less than 24 hours. We are done with round 5, which took place last week.
The next round is set down to start at San Diego, which is also known as San Diego Supercross 2020.
Throughout the article, we will discuss the final come out of Supercross round 5 and what can happen in round 6.
2020 San Diego Supercross Schedule
Date: February 8, 2020
Qualifying: 4:00 PM ET
Main Race: 10:00 PM ET
Location: PETCO Park, San Diego, California
Live Stream: Supercross Round 6 Live Here
Supercross 2020 Round 5 Results
As Oakland Supercross is over, the results are officially in the book. Round 5 track was tight and technical, but all the racers managed to cope up with it.
The table leader, as well as the top five for 450SX class, remained unchanged. Ken Roczen is holding the top position with 113 points. Despite losing points to Eli Tomac and Cooper Webb, Roczen has earned 21 points in round 5.
After becoming the champion of round 5, Eli Tomac managed to reduce the point difference. Cooper Webb finished 2nd with 23 points but unfortunately remained 5th in the point table.
450SX class top 5 racers are
In 250SX class, Dylan Ferrandis was just 3 points behind the table leader Justin Cooper. But Cooper is having some bad times since round 4. He barely made the third place in Oakland, while his teammate Dylan Ferrandis grabbed the chance and made the top place. Winning at Oakland made Ferrandis table leader in the 250SX class.
Besides the top two, there are changes in the 3rd to 5th position too. Throughout the round 5, Austin Forkner was in a hurry to get lead and eventually he managed to finish 2nd. The point difference between Ferrandis and Forkner was only 3 in round 5 of 250SX.
Alex Martin did very well as he ranked 4th, but he is still in the 5th position in the table.
250SX class top 5 racers are
Supercross 2020 Round 6 Preview
San Diego Supercross is a military appreciation race, where the fans will get to see some extraordinary military-themed event. 2019 San Diego Supercross was a complete mess with mud while this year forecast says to be a sunny day.
As it is visible that, there has been a tight competition among the toppers in 450SX class. We can say from the race that Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac will try to beat each other. The current performance of Tomac puts Roczen in a threat. In round 6, fans will keep the focus on those two riders.
Like 450SX, the top two performers of 250SX will fight for the lead. Ferrandis and Justin Cooper will be the point of attraction in San Diego as their point difference is only 2. Moreover, Austin Forkner
Brandon Hartranft, Alex Martin, will fight for third, fourth, and fifth positions. If they can stay run without any crashed, we assume there will be no changes in the 3rd to 5th position in the point table.
How to get Supercross 2020 Round 6 Tickets
We have checked Ticketmaster (official ticketing partner of Supercross 2020) and found that plenty of tickets are still available. Tickets are starting at $20. If you want to enjoy the race from the best seats, you have to spend around $100. Tickets are available on the official website as well as on the ground.
Supercross 2020 round 6 Live Streaming Options
Like other rounds, NBC Gold will stream San Diego Supercross too. Besides NBC, Supercross video pass is another option, which is available outside of the USA. Streaming of the qualifying round will start at 4:00 PM ET. The main event streaming will begin at 10:00 PM ET.
As time spends, Supercross 2020 is becoming more exciting. On the other hand, it may seem annoying as top performers remain the same, and there are no significant changes among the winners. We hope the San Diego round will give some joy to the fans with military-themed gear and graphics and more.