The 2022 Monster Energy Supercross schedule was unveiled Tuesday afternoon and will feature 17 races across 15 cities with crowds returning to full capacity.
The season will open Jan. 8 at Angel Stadium as the Anaheim, California, location returns as its traditional season opener. Anaheim also will host Round 4 (Jan. 29) and Round 6 (Feb. 12).
All 17 races will be on Saturday night after the 2021 slate featured several midweek races with venues hosting multiple-stop “residencies” (including Atlanta Motor Speedway, which is off this year’s schedule).
Anaheim will be the only city playing host to multiple races next year.
After falling off last year’s schedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, and Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington, are back in ’22.
Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, again will play host to the season finale on May 7.