News 20 Dec 2023

Complete 2024 SMX championship broadcast schedule released

Peacock is the home of the SuperMotocross World Championship.

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A complete broadcast schedule has been released ahead of the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship (SMX), inclusive of Monster Energy Supercross, Pro Motocross and the post-season SMX Finals series.

All 31 rounds of the series – featuring exclusive live coverage of qualifiers, heats, main events and motos – will be presented across Peacock, NBC, USA Network, CNBC and NBC Sports digital platforms.

Peacock is the home of the SuperMotocross World Championship Series in 2024, presenting comprehensive live coverage of all events, with 17 races exclusively streaming live on Peacock. The platform will also provide on-demand replays for every race throughout the season (click here for time slots of every race).

NBC Sports’ 2024 SMX coverage begins with the Monster Energy Supercross season-opener from Angel Stadium in Anaheim, live on Saturday, 6 January, on Peacock and USA Network. An encore presentation will air the following day on NBC at 2:00pm ET and CNBC will air a next-day encore for all 31 rounds.

The 2024 Pro Motocross season begins with the Fox Raceway national in Pala on Saturday, 25 May, airing exclusively on Peacock.

SMX will culminate with two SMX Playoff rounds and the SuperMotocross World Championship Final. SMX Playoff 1 will be presented on Saturday, 7 September, on Peacock with an encore presentation on NBC the following day, followed by SMX Playoff 2 on Saturday, 14 September, on Peacock and then same day delayed on USA Network.

Next year’s SuperMotocross World Championship Final will be live on Saturday, 21 September on Peacock, with an encore presentation on NBC at 1:00pm ET the following day. Locations for the SMX Playoffs and SMX Finals series will be announced in January.

The 2024 commentary team will consist of Leigh Diffey and Jason Weigandt as play-by-play, 15-time AMA champion Ricky Carmichael and seven-time AMA champion James Stewart as analysts, with Will Christien, Jason Thomas and Katie Osborne as reporters.

Race Day Live will cover all 31 rounds of the SMX series exclusively on Peacock, where Dan Hubbard and Justin Brayton will serve as hosts of the pre-race program, along with Steven ‘Lurch’ Scott, Haley Shanley and Osborne as reporters.

A SuperMotocross World Championship one-hour preview special airs Saturday, 30 December, at 4:00pm ET on NBC and Peacock, headlined by appearances from current 450SMX champion Jett Lawrence, who will be making his Supercross debut in the premier class, and 250SMX champion Haiden Deegan.

The preview show will also feature Hunter Lawrence, who will be starting his rookie year in the 450 class, 2022 Supercross and Pro Motocross champion Eli Tomac, 2018 Supercross champion Jason Anderson, two-time Supercross champion Cooper Webb, defending Supercross Champion Chase Sexton, as well as Aaron Plessinger and Justin Barcia as they prepare for the upcoming 2024 season.

All televised Supercross and Pro Motocross coverage on NBC, USA Network and CNBC will also stream on and the NBC Sports app via authentication, giving consumers additional value to their subscription service, and making high-quality content available to MVPD customers both in and out of the home and on multiple platforms.

For international viewers, the SuperMotocross Video Pass is now available in every country outside the United States, live and on-demand, in both English and Spanish, giving viewers the choice on how to follow all the racing action. It’s available via the web and in all major app stores across IOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Roku and Samsung CTV platforms.

SuperMotocross Video Pass subscribers can enjoy all the live 2024 racing action between January and September, plus gain access to 13 years of archival race content dating back to 2010. New for the first time ever, you can now give the gift of a 2024 subscription to SuperMotocross Video Pass for the holidays.