Charlotte, N.C. (March 28, 2013) – Pro Comp is proud to announce its partnership with Robby Gordon OFF-ROAD’s Stadium SUPER Trucks (SST), becoming the second tire manufacturer to sign for the 2013 Inaugural season of thrilling, stadium-style off-road racing.
Robby Gordon OFF-ROAD’s Stadium SUPER Trucks is a new breed of off-road featuring live motorsports, bringing back what was once the concept of legendary racer Mickey Thompson. Robby Gordon’s new concept of Stadium racing involves high-powered off-road trucks racing on challenging dirt tracks consisting of huge jumps, crossovers, and tight corners. The 2013 season will be comprised of 12 events providing action in state of the art stadiums across the United States and one to be named International event.
Since 1998 Pro Comp Tires has become a top-tire manufacturer contender in the extremely popular off-road aftermarket tire industry. Pro Comp Tires will have multiple Stadium SUPER Trucks equipped with its popular Extreme MT2. Drivers representing Pro Comp Tires in the series will be announced at a later date.
Series Officials are excited to have Pro Comp committed and know that having multiple tire manufacturers in the series brings more competition to perform in the spotlight of off-road racing.
“Pro Comp Tires is excited to be a part of the Stadium SUPER Trucks and it really is the next step to put our tires to the test in the national spot light on NBC and in crowded stadiums throughout America.” said Greg Adler, Pro Comp. “We are excited Robby has put this form of off-road racing back into the stadium setting, at Pro Comp we really think SST is going to be a huge success and we are happy to be a part of it.”
Additional information about Pro Comp can be found at www.procompusa.com.
All 12 Stadium SUPER Truck events in 2013 will be televised via tape delay and featured on NBC: seven on NBC and five to be televised on the NBC Sports Channel. Check local listings for channel and times.
Venues include University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.), Long Beach, Calif., Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, Calif.), Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, Calif.), Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, Mo.), Soldier Field (Chicago, Ill.), Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Ga.), Cowboys Stadium (Dallas/Arlington, Tex.), Metro Dome (Minneapolis, Minn.), Stadium SUPER Truck Finals (Las Vegas, Nev.), and one to-be-named international event.
Visit http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com for more information including where to purchase tickets for the 2013 season.