All new 2022 Supercross Anaheim 1 Fantasy SX Preview and facts.

All new 2022 Supercross Anaheim 1 Fantasy SX Preview and facts. 

Rocky Mountain ATV/MC's fantasy supercross is back in time for the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship Series. It's our favorite fun way to play fantasy supercross, since it's simple yet challenging. There are prizes for winning, it's free to play, and there are leagues you can join. With Cooper Webb defending his title against Ken Roczen, Eli Tomac, Justin Barcia, Dylan Ferrandis, Chase Sexton, and Adam Cianciarulo challenging him, picking a top 5 in the correct order will be tougher than ever. In addition, the Wild Card can make or break a week's scoring. Let's get started.

1) Since last year, the RMFantasySX rules have changed. Scoring remains the same. You get the points the rider earns if you correctly predict his or her finishing position. The rider in the top 5 gets 10 points if you're one position off. Five points are awarded if the rider is in the top five, but two or more positions from your pick. The Wild Card is worth 26 points, the same as the first place. You get two throwaway rounds this year, and the final round at Salt Lake City is worth double points. That’s RMFantasySX’s way of keeping everyone in all the way to the end of the season.

2)We have the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross TV schedule, series calendar, and rider numbers at your fingertips. Just click!

3)Webb, Roczen, and Tomac dominated the series last year. They won 15 of 17 races, took 31 of 51 podiums, and 39 of 51 possible top fives. The other reliable top 5 finisher, Barcia, took 10 in the year. No other rider finished in the top 5 at even half of the Main Events.

4)Although that sort of dominance won't be as easy, Webb, Roczen, and Tomac should be back. Certainly, the three riders can retain their top 5 credentials, with Barcia hanging on. It will, however, be difficult for them to repeat their podium dominance.

5)There’s no rookie sensation for the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross Series. The biggest names moving up are Alex Martin and Mitchell Oldenburg.

6)Don’t expect any big surprises at Anaheim 1. I’m going with the four reliable top 5 riders from last year—Webb, Roczen, Tomac, and Barcia. Given his momentum from winning a 450MX National Championship, I’m filling out the top 5 with Ferrandis. The toughest part is putting them in order.

7)Barcia has won three openers in row, so why not four. Clearly, there’s something Barcia brings to the first round that no one else has. Although it seems unlikely that #51 could four-peat, Barcia is tough to overlook for the win. Even if he doesn’t top the podium, he should be right there.

8)Roczen is a strong choice for P2. He has two P2 finishes in the last three openers, earning him the first runner-up slot.

All new 2022 Supercross Anaheim 1 Fantasy SX Preview and facts. 

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