Homebush, New South Wales – Sheldon Creed capitalized on the side-by-side racing of the leaders on Lap-3 to set up a pass and cruise his TRAXXAS truck to itâ€™s tenth SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS victory of 2015 in exhibition race one of the season ending Sydney 500.
Homebush, New South Wales – Returning to Australia for the third time in 2015, 11 identically prepared SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks presented by TRAXXAS trucks will invade Sydneyâ€™s Olympic Park for three recently added exhibition races December 4-6.
GOLD COAST, Queensland â€“ Sheldon Creed captured Saturdayâ€™s thrilling second round of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS (SST) at the Gold Coast 600 in Gold Coast, Queensland, beating Orange, Calif. driver Robby Gordon to the line by a truck length.
Gold Coast, Queensland â€“ Returning to Australia for the second time in 2015, 11 identically prepared SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks presented by TRAXXAS invade Queenlandâ€™s Surfers Paradise October 23-25 for Rounds 16, 17, 18, & 19 of the year-long championship.
Similar to the previous visit to Australia in February the SSTs will race the same 15-turn 1.85-mile (2.98 km) street circuit built for their much different counterparts from the V8 SuperCars, however, unlike the SuperCars the trucks will navigate over five 30-inch-tall specially designed ramps located in prime fan-viewing locations throughout the picturesque beach front circuit. The crowd-pleasing ramps will launch the trucks and their drivers nearly 20 feet (six meters) in the air and as much as 150 feet (45 meters) down course.
COSTA MESA, California â€“ Sheldon Creed of Alpine, Calif. picked up right where he left off the night before in the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS series by capturing the SST Sand Sports Super Show Sunday Finale on the temporary dirt/asphalt short course at the OC Fair & Event Center.
Creedâ€™s TRAXXAS-sponsored truck fought hard alongside Orange, Californiaâ€™s Robby Gordon for most of the race until Gordon made a late mistake on the final lap trying to get past Creed, which resulted in a loss of valuable track time. Creed would go on to capture the victory over Gordonâ€™s Arctic Cat Wildcat No.7, and third place finisher Burt Jenner in his Gladiator truck.
Costa Mesa, California â€“ SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS return to the track Sept. 18-21; headlining a full weekend of racing events during the annual Sand Sports Super Show at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, Calif.
While the SST trucks will highlight all three days of racing, the newly announced Stadium Side x Side Series Powered by Arctic Cat will make their SST debut. 10 fully prepared race ready Arctic Cat Wildcatâ€™s will allow local Arctic Cat dealers, action sports athletes and celebrities race on a challenging course displaying the rugged versatility of the Wildcat.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Aug. 3, 2015) â€“ Robby Gordonâ€™s SPEED Energy Stadium Super Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS will return to the OC Fair and Event Center Sept. 18-20 for three separate race days at the Sand Sports Super Show.
King Shocks announced today its new engineering and manufacturing partnership with off-road Imagineer Robby Gordon. Having already chosen King for his Stadium Super Truck platform and Dakar Rally vehicle “The Gordini”, Gordon will now implement his remaining off-road race efforts with King Shocks.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (May 13, 2015) â€“ Robby Gordon and Stadium Super Trucks have been invited to the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed, the worldâ€™s largest and most diverse celebration of motorsports history taking place June 25-28 on the English estate of the Earl of March in West Sussex, England.
ADELAIDE, South Australia â€“ Second-generation off-road racing expert Keegan Kincaid captured his first Formula Off-Road Presented by TRAXXAS Stadium Super Trucks street circuit win in convincing fashion Sunday in the finale of the Toyo Tires SST race on the temporary street circuit in Victoria Park Adelaide in front of a announced crowd of 93,500 truck racing fans.