Motorcycle racing is always a bit difficult to watch in Canada, at least through the standard cable/satellite television system. There’s good news, though: The 2022 AMA Supercross series is now available here in the Great White North on REV TV.
This means that, instead of sitting around all grumpy because the only racing on TV is re-runs from 2021, you can keep up with this season’s competition. Unfortunately, it seems the races are re-runs themselves; today (on Thursday, January 20), REV TV is showing last weekend’s Oakland races. If you’re a keen fan, you’ll probably know who won the race before it shows on television.
However, if you’ve already got REV TV included in your television package, this is a good way to keep up with the adventures of Jess Pettis, Cole Thompson and other Canuck ex-pats who are campaigning this winter’s SX races in the States.
Here’s the 2022 REV TV Supercross airtime schedule; the company also says additional re-airing dates will be posted to REVTV.ca.
2022 REV TV Supercross air dates
- Round 1 / Anaheim, CA / Angel Stadium of Anaheim air Jan 13
- Round 2 / Oakland, CA / RingCentral Coliseum air Jan 20
- Round 3 / San Diego, CA / Petco Park air Jan 27
- Round 4 / Anaheim, CA / Angel Stadium of Anaheim air Feb 3
- Round 5 / Glendale, AZ / State Farm Stadium air Feb 10
- Round 6 / Anaheim, CA / Angel Stadium of Anaheim air Feb 17
- Round 7 / Minneapolis, MN / U.S. Bank Stadium Feb 24
- Round 8 / Arlington, TX / AT&T Stadium air March 3
- Round 10 / Detroit, MI / Ford Field air March 17
- Round 11 / Indianapolis, IN / Lucas Oil Stadium air March 24
- Round 12 / Seattle, WA / Lumen Field air March 31
- Round 13 / St. Louis, MO / The Dome at America’s Center air April 14
- Round 14 / Atlanta, GA / Atlanta Motor Speedway air April 21
- Round 15 / Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium air April 28
- Round 16 / Denver, CO / Empower Field at Mile High air May 5
- Round 17 / Salt Lake City, UT Rice-Eccles Stadium air May 12th
You can find more details (local channel numbers, etc.) at REVTV.ca.