After an invincible run in Indianapolis, the Ken Roczen Show opens on Saturday for a two day booth at Camping World Stadium in Orlando Florida – Venue of the seventh round of the AMA Monster Energy Supercross series

With three wins in a row, Roczen has a 16 point lead over Cooper Webb

after a perfect run at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in the 450 classification

It’s the longest run of victories in Supercross career for the Honda rider, who rode for four years (with multiple injuries) with no consecutive wins

Defending champion Eli Tomac is in third place by 24 points after being picked up in a late incident in Round 6

There were four winners in the first six 450 races as the series embarks on a three-event swing in Florida – twice in Orlando and on May 6 March on the famous Daytona International Speedway The Sunshine State triple header will be held after the start of the season with six races in indoor stadiums in Houston and Indianapolis in outdoor locations

Colt Nichols leads in the 250 series by seven points over Christian Craig, who won the sixth round at Indy to take Nichols’ streak of three straight wins

BROADCAST / STREAMING SCHEDULE: TV coverage of Round 7 will air at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN The event will be streamed on and the NBC Sports app

Live coverage is available via the exclusive streaming coverage previously streamed on NBC Sports Gold’s Supercross and Pro Motocross Pass that moved to Peacock Premium in 2021, which is available for $ 499 per month

The Supercross and Pro Motocross packages offer live coverage of all Supercross heats, qualifiers and races, as well as main training, qualifications and the motos of Pro Motocross on-demand reps (including the entire 2020 season) available without commercial interruption

7:36 pm: 250SX Heat # 1 – 6 minutes / plus 1 lap – 20 drivers (finisher 1 – 9 before the main) 7:50 pm: 250SX Heat # 2 – 6 minutes / plus 1 lap – 20 drivers (1 – 9 to Main) 8:04 pm: 450SX Heat # 1 – 6 minutes / Plus 1 lap – 20 drivers (1 – 9 to Main) 8:18 pm: 450SX Heat # 2 – 6 minutes / Plus 1 lap – 20 drivers (1 – 9 to Main) 8:41 pm: 250SX Last Chance Qualifier – 5 minutes / plus 1 lap – 22 drivers (Finisher 1 – 4 to Main) 8:52 pm: 450SX Last Chance Qualifier – 5 minutes / plus 1 lap – 22 drivers (1 – 4 to Main) 9:21 pm: 250SX Main Event – 15 minutes / plus 1 lap – 22 drivers 10 pm: 450SX Main Event – 20 minutes / plus 1 lap – 22 drivers

COVID-19 CROWD PROTOCOLS: Orlando will have a limited attendance of approximately 25 percent and pod-style seating for the event, with face covering required and social distancing observed

TRACK LAYOUT: The Saturday night event is the first of two in Orlando, and Supercross officials are optimizing the track for each race. Click here for the route map

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