SST To Race At Watkins Glen

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WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (August 10, 2017) – Watkins Glen International announced today the addition of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks to the racing lineup for the upcoming INDYCAR Grand Prix at The Glen Sept. 1-3.

Led by the Verizon IndyCar Series, the Labor Day weekend event features six motorsports classes, including Indy Lights, Pro Mazda, USF2000, MX-5 Cup and the Stadium SUPER Trucks.

In all, there will be 12 practice sessions, seven qualifying sessions and nine races culminating with the Verizon IndyCar Series race Sunday, Sept. 3 at 1 p.m., live on NBCSN.

The Stadium SUPER trucks will take to the track three separate times throughout the weekend holding practice/qualifying on Friday, Sept. 1 at 11:15 a.m., followed by Race 1 on Saturday, Sept. 2 at 12:30 p.m. The second race will take place in advance of the Verizon IndyCar Series race on Sunday. Green flag is set for 12:10 p.m.

“If there is anything that can add even more excitement to our INDYCAR Grand Prix at The Glen race weekend, it’s Robby Gordon and his series,” said Watkins Glen International President Michael Printup. “This is going to be unlike anything that our fans have ever seen at Watkins Glen International. Personally, I’m very curious to see how those trucks get around America’s fastest road course.”

The widely popular SST Series features 12 identically prepared 650-horsepower trucks that are built to take flight much like a scaled down radio-control car. Able to race on virtually any surface thrown at them, the SST trucks will race the 2.45-mile, 8-turn short course, compared to the 3.37-mile Grand Prix circuit utilized by INDYCAR.

The SST races will feature 36-inch tall aluminum ramps placed in strategic locations throughout the course, allowing the trucks to fly 20 feet off the ground and hundreds of feet down the course, all while hitting speeds upwards of 140 mph.

“For Stadium SUPER Trucks to visit the state of New York and the Northeast for the first time, I cannot be more excited,” Stadium SUPER Trucks President Robby Gordon said. “I’ve had a lot of success at Watkins Glen throughout my career, and have built a large fan base in that region. To bring the door-to-door action and big air of Stadium SUPER Trucks to ‘The Glen’ for the first time, the fans are going to be ecstatic for SST racing.”

Stadium SUPER Trucks feature a 10-event schedule in 2017 spanning three countries, touring as co-events with INDYCAR in the United States, Supercars in Australia and Monster Jam in China.

In addition to former Indy car and NASCAR driver Robby Gordon, a wide variety of drivers from all forms of motorsports will be in attendance, such as 2015 & 2016 series champion Sheldon Creed, Arie Luyendyk Jr., Bill Hynes, Erik Davis, dirt specialists Gavin Harlien and Jeff Hoffman, as well as the top two in the current point standings, Australia’s Matt Brabham and Paul Morris. With this being the first visit of the trucks to the famed Watkins Glen International, all drivers are expected to have an equal opportunity at winning.

INDYCAR returns to Watkins Glen International for the Sept. 1-3 race weekend, featuring the Verizon IndyCar Series, Indy Lights, Pro Mazda, USF2000 Championship powered by Mazda, Battery Tender Global Mazda MX-5 Cup and SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks, in an action-packed event. For tickets and additional information on this can’t-miss weekend, call 1-866-461-RACE, or visit us online at www.theglen.com.

2017 SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Winners
Round No. Race Location Race Date Winner

1 Adelaide, SA, Australia March 3, 2017 Craig Dontas

2 Adelaide, SA, Australia March 4, 2017 Sheldon Creed

3 Adelaide, SA, Australia March, 5, 2017 Paul Morris

4 St. Petersburg, Florida March 11, 2017 Robby Gordon

5 St. Petersburg, Florida March 12, 2017 Matt Brabham

6 Long Beach, California April 8, 2017 Matt Brabham

7 Long Beach, California April 9, 2017 Robby Gordon

8 Perth, WA, Australia May 6, 2017 Sheldon Creed

9 Perth, WA, Australia May 7, 2017 Robby Gordon

10 Perth, WA, Australia May 8, 2017 Sheldon Creed

11 Detroit, Michigan June 3, 2017 Sheldon Creed

12 Detroit, Michigan June 4, 2017 Sheldon Creed

13 No Limits, Texas June 10, 2017 P.J. Jones

14 No Limits, Texas June 10, 2017 Sheldon Creed

15 Darwin, NT, Australia June 16, 2017 Paul Morris

16 Darwin, NT, Australia June 17, 2017 Matt Brabham

17 Darwin, NT, Australia June 18, 2017 Paul Morris

18 Beijing, China July, 29, 2017 Matt Brabham

2017 Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Schedule

Round 1: March 3, 2017; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Round 2: March 4, 2017; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Round 3: March 5, 2017; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Round 4: March 11, 2017; St. Petersburg, Florida
Round 5: March 12, 2017; St. Petersburg, Florida
Round 6: April 8, 2017; Long Beach, California
Round 7: April 9, 2017; Long Beach, California
Round 8: May 5, 2017; Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Round 9: May 6, 2017; Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Round 10: May 7, 2017; Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Round 11: June 3, 2017; Detroit, Michigan
Round 12: June 4, 2017; Detroit, Michigan
Round 13: June 10, 2017; Fort Worth, Texas
Round 14: June 10, 2017; Fort Worth, Texas
Round 15: June 16, 2017; Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Round 16: June 17, 2017; Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Round 17: June 18, 2017; Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Round 18: July 29, 2017; Beijing, China
Round 19 September 2, 2017; Watkins Glen, New York
Round 20: September 3, 2017; Watkins Glen, New York
Round 21: TBA China
Round 22: TBA China
Round 23: October 6, 2017; FB Life Festival China
Round 24: October 7, 2017; FB Life Festival China
Round 25: October 8, 2017; FB Life Festival China

Matt Brabham WINS In Beijing, China

Results from Beijing, China (7/29/17)

1. Matt Brabham
2. Robby Gordon
3. Jeff Hoffman
4. Gavin Harlien
5. Paul Morris
6. Todd Romano
7. Arie Luyendyk Jr
8. Bill Hynes
9. Li Ya Tao
10. Davey Hamilton Jr

Stadium SUPER Trucks To Race In Beijing, China With Monster Jam

Coming to Beijing’s Bird’s Nest Stadium this weekend, Saturday, July 29th, the Monster Jam superstars plan to deliver on what the Chinese fans want to see most – more freestyle, more racing and more action. Expect the unexpected! Additionally, for the first-time ever in China, Robby Gordon’s High Flying Stadium Super Trucks will be racing during Monster Jam.

To purchase tickets, please visit -> https://piao.damai.cn/118992.html

Monster Jam Key Messages:
• Unexpected, unscripted and unforgettable, Monster Jam is the most approachable, fan-friendly sport in the world today, with loyal lifelong fans who crave bigger, faster and louder experiences.

• Featuring the most famous larger-than-life Monster Jam trucks, driven by world-class athletes who demonstrate the rare combination of physical strength, mental stamina and dexterity.

• Monster Jam is a combination of professionally engineered truck technology and track design that enhances the driver’s ability to perform at their best: constantly innovating and always entertaining.

About Robby Gordon’s Stadium Super Trucks:

Robby Gordon’s Stadium Super Trucks will be featured at the first-ever Monster Jam / SST event at Beijing’s famous Bird’s Nest Stadium. Robby Gordon’s Stadium Super Trucks feature high-horsepower trucks (the SST Trucks are crazy little vehicles and if you were to put a NASCAR CUP Car, A Super Cross Bike and a Monster Truck In a shoe box and shook them up a SST would pop out. The SST Trucks race on all different tracks from Long Beach GP, Race of Champions and Adelaide Australia Clypsal 500 and Stadiums,The SST series is heading into Round 8 at the famous Birds Nest Stadium, this is the first time SST and Monster Jam will participate together.

SST Line Up

Paul Morris
Matt Brabham
Robby Gordon
Gavin Harlien
Jeff Hoffman
Bill Hynes
Arie Luyendyk Jr
Davey Hamilton
Todd Romano
Li Ya Tao

Beijing truck/driver line-up:

Blue Thunder – Randy Brown

Max-D – Neil Elliott

Grave Digger – Adam Anderson

El Toro Loco – Marc McDonald

Monster Mutt Dalmatian – Candice Jolly

Monster Energy – Todd LeDuc

Scooby-Doo – Brianna Mahon

Megalodon – Alex Blackwell

EarthShaker – Jon Zimmer

Dragon – Morgan Kane

SST Mini Marathon On CBS Sports Network

Tune into the CBS Sports Network on Wednesday, July 12 for a “Mini Marathon” of SST races, beginning at 7pm/et (4pm/pt)
Date                      Time                      Episode Title
07/12/17              07:00:00 PM       Stadium Super Trucks: Perth, AUS
07/12/17              08:00:00 PM       Stadium Super Trucks: Detroit, MI
07/12/17              9:00:00 PM          Stadium Super Trucks: Fort Worth, TX
07/12/17              10:00:00 PM       Stadium Super Trucks: Perth, AUS
07/12/17              11:00:00 PM       Stadium Super Trucks: Detroit, MI
07/12/17              12:00:00 AM       Stadium Super Trucks: Fort Worth, TX
07/12/17              01:00:00 AM       Stadium Super Trucks: Perth, AUS
07/12/17              02:00:00 AM       Stadium Super Trucks: Detroit, MI
07/12/17              03:00:00 AM       Stadium Super Trucks: Fort Worth, TX
07/13/17              10:00:00 AM       Stadium Super Trucks: Fort Worth, TX
07/15/17              07:00:00 AM       Stadium Super Trucks: Fort Worth, TX

DeVILBISS and Matt Brabham capture Darwin Australia SST Race 2

Darwin, Northern Territory (June 17, 2017) – Matt Brabham driving the DeVILBISS No. 83 truck captured Saturday’s thrilling second round of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks (SST) Darwin Triple Crown at the Hidden Valley Raceway besting Mesa, Arizona driver Gavin Harlien to the line after a tremendous battle between the two throughout the race.

Jumping out to an early lead from his fifth starting position Matt Brabham from Gold Coast, Queensland wasted no time setting the pace of the event working his way past truck after truck to the front. Following in the Toyo Tire tracks of Brabham was Detroit and Texas overall winner Gavin Harlien of Mesa, Arizona.

Harlien showed how fast his Royal Purple Synthetic Oil truck was today sliding back and forth all over the track, going off in the grass, and still able to come within a truck length of Brabham for the lead. As Harlien would challenge Brabham for the lead multiple times, he would never be able to keep the No. 55 truck in front of the smooth driving Brabham.

While the two young hot-shoes were battling hard for the lead, savvy off-road veteran Robby Gordon of Orange, California was making a charge to the front of the pack from his seventh starting position. After a late race red flag that saw Gold Coast, Australia driver Paul Morris flip over on his side. Gordon used that to his advantage to dive to the inside of multiple trucks on the restart including Harlien placing Gordon in the second position.

The last corner would see Harlien get by Gordon for second place, as the Gordon truck would run out of fuel. Spitting and sputtering the SafeCraft Safety Equipment truck would coast to a third place finish.

Brabham would go on to capture his third victory of the 2017 season ahead of Harlien, and Gordon.

TruFuel 50:1 driver Jeff Hoffman of Phoenix, Arizona would continue his weekend of respectable finishes racing hard in the top five again throughout Saturday’s event to be recorded in the fourth position.

Craig Dontas from Adelaide, South Australia finished fifth in the Shannon’s Insurance entry driving a great race, keeping all panels on the truck to break his bad luck streak that started after capturing victory at the Clipsal 500 back in March. Fellow South Australian Greg Gartner from Penola would start in the second position, and drop back to mid pack by Lap-2 after getting off track several times. Settling into a good rhythm the driver of the R & J Batteries truck would be credited with the sixth position.

Race 1 winner Paul Morris of Gold Coast, Queensland was credited with the seventh position in the Morris Finance truck after making contact with the wall thru the front stretch chicane. After coming to a complete stop Morris would climb up the tire barrier, and tip over bringing out the red flag. The SST recover crew would tip the No. 67 back on four Toyo Tires and let him continue.

Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Penn. would be credited with the eighth position after encountering transmission issues on the warm up lap in the Road Pod Transport Transformed truck. After starting from the first position and leading the first two laps not having completely working transmission would be too much for the veteran driver, as the rest of the field would navigate past him as he struggled to keep pace.

The Stadium SUPER Trucks finale of the Darwin Triple Crown weekend at the Hidden Valley Raceway will be contested Sunday afternoon at 4:30 P.M. local time.

Fans can tune into the race by visiting http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com or by viewing the Stadium SUPER Trucks Facebook Live at http://www.facebook.com/StadiumSuperTrucks
SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks
Round No. 16 Results
June 17, 2017
Hidden Valley Raceway
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

1. Matt Brabham; Gold Coast, Queensland, Aus.; DeVILBISS/ Hawk Performance/ KMC Wheels

2. Gavin Harlien; Mesa, Arizona; Royal Purple Synthetic Oil

3. Robby Gordon; Orange, Calif.; Safecraft Safety Equipment/ Toyo Tires/ KMC Wheels

4. Jeff Hoffman; Phoenix, Arizona; TruFuel 50:1

5. Craig Dontas; Adelaide, South Australia, Aus.; Shannons Insurance/ Milwaukee Tools/ Auto Masters

6. Greg Gartner; Penola, South Australia, Aus.; R&J Batteries/ Fuchs/ Case IH Agriculture/ Delkor Calcium Battery

7. Paul Morris; Gold Coast, Queensland, Aus.; Morris Finance

8. Bill Hynes; Nazareth, Penn.; Road Pod Transport Transformed

‘The DUDE’ Paul Morris Wins SST Darwin Opener in Thrilling Fashion

Darwin, Northern Territory (June 16, 2017) – Veteran Aussie driver Paul Morris came into today’s Race 1 in Darwin looking for serious redemption as the last time he was on Australian soil (May/Perth) a last lap tangle with another driver spoiled an over all weekend victory.

With this weekend being the first visit of the SST trucks to fast and technical Hidden Valley Raceway that makes up the 14-turn 1.78-mile (2.85 km) course built for the newly re-named SuperCars series many drivers would struggle to hit their marks throughout the race running off the track into the grass.

However, the two drivers that would have no issues making there way through the field and on track would be Paul Morris of Gold Coast, Queensland and Orange, California driver Robby Gordon. The two veteran racers aggressively charged past truck after truck from their fourth and seventh starting positions respectively to put on a show for the fans at the front of the field the final six laps.

The two iconic racing heroes of Australia and the United States battled back and forth swapping the lead six different times with clean hard racing nearly colliding with each other multiple times. The last lap would see Morris complete a daring move to the inside of Gordon for the final time as the Morris Finance/ SuperCheap Auto No. 67 was just too much for the SafeCraft Safety Equipment entry. Morris would go on to capture the win much to the delight of thousands of screaming Australian Stadium SUPER Truck fans.

DeVILBISS racer Matt Brabham of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia never paid for a ticket, but had the best seat in the house to view the Morris/Gordon duel. Brabham would cross the finish line behind Gordon in the third position after leading the first two laps of the 12-lap event.

Gavin Harlien of Mesa, Arizona the hottest driver on the SST circuit the last month picking up overall victories at both Detroit and Fort Worth the last two weeks would qualify his Royal Purple Synthetic Oil truck in fourth in his first ever visit to Hidden Valley Raceway. Driving smart and keeping the truck in one piece to capture

Friday Fast Qualifier Jeff Hoffman driving the TruFuel 50:1 truck would advance from his last starting position after the full field inversion to run in the fifth position following his teammate and friend Gavin Harlien the entire race. On a tricky track to pass on for the SST trucks Hoffman would finish the race in the fifth position. Picking up valuable points in the weekend overall chase.

Greg Gartner from Penola, South Australia making his seventh SST start of 2017 finished sixth in the R & J Batteries/ Delkor Calcium Battery backed entry, while Adelaide, South Australia Ute veteran Craig Dontas would continue his struggles behind the wheel of the Shannon’s Insurance backed SST claiming the seventh position after sliding off course various times.

Front row starter Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Pennsylvania whom would feel under the weather upon arriving to Australia would fight thru flew like symptoms to keep the Road Pod Transport Transformed truck on track to finish the race in the eighth spot.

The SST trucks will return to the Hidden Valley Raceway for there second round of the Darwin Supercars weekend on Saturday at 3:10 P.M. local time in front of an anticipated capacity crowd.

Fans can tune into the race by visiting http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com or by viewing the Stadium SUPER Trucks Facebook Live at http://www.facebook.com/StadiumSuperTrucks
SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks
Round No. 15 Results
June 16, 2017
Hidden Valley Raceway
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

1. Paul Morris; Gold Coast, Queensland, Aus.; Morris Finance

2. Robby Gordon; Orange, Calif.; Safecraft Safety Equipment/ Toyo Tires/ KMC Wheels

3. Matt Brabham; Gold Coast, Queensland, Aus.; DeVILBISS/ Hawk Performance/ KMC Wheels

4. Gavin Harlien; Mesa, Arizona; Royal Purple Synthetic Oil

5. Jeff Hoffman; Phoenix, Arizona; TruFuel 50:1

6. Greg Gartner; Penola, South Australia, Aus.; R&J Batteries/ Fuchs/ Case IH Agriculture/ Delkor Calcium Battery

7. Craig Dontas; Adelaide, South Australia, Aus.; Shannons Insurance/ Milwaukee Tools/ Auto Masters

8. Bill Hynes; Nazareth, Penn.; Road Pod Transport Transformed

Darwin Weekend Schedule

Darwin

Racing this weekend in Darwin, Australia! Here is the schedule. All times local.

Friday, June 16
11:35-11:55am – Practice/qualifying
2:25pm – Race 1

Saturday, June 17
11:45am-12:05pm – Shootout
3:10-3:30pm – Race #2

Sunday, June 18
11:45am-12:05pm – Shootout
4:35-4:55pm – Race #3

All races will be livestreamed (excluding Australia & New Zealand residents)

2017 Texas Entry List

Texas Motor Speedway

2017 Texas Entry list.

#1 – Sheldon Creed
#7 – Robby Gordon
#25 – Arie Luyendyk Jr
#50:1 – Jeff Hoffman
#55 – Gavin Harlien
#57 – Bill Hynes
#67 – Paul Morris
#75 – Erik Davis
#83 – Matt Brabham
#98 – PJ Jones

2 races on Saturday, June 10th. Racing before & after the Indy Car Rain Guard 600.

Race 1 begins approx. 5:15pm local time.
Race 2 begins approx. 10:15pm local time.

Sheldon Creed Claims 30th SST Victory at the Detroit Grand Prix

Detroit, Michigan (June 3, 2017) – Coming off victory in the last SST event held in Perth, Australia 3 weeks ago; El Cajon, California driver Sheldon Creed continued right where he left off capturing his first ever victory ever at the ultra quick Belle Isle Street Circuit in comfortable fashion.

The 2015 & 2016 Stadium SUPER Trucks Champion would start the nine-lap event from the third position after encountering transmission issues during qualifying. Making the best out his worse qualifying effort in three years. The driver known as “The Show Stopper” jumped out to the lead before Turn-3, and literally became the showstopper putting his SafeCraft Safety Equipment truck on autopilot the rest of the event.

Being uncontested the entire event, Creed ran away from the field capturing the 30 victory of his SST career.

Fast Qualifier Gavin Harlien of Mesa, Arizona would start his first ever race on the Belle Isle Street Circuit in the last position. The driver whom has been on absolute fire in Stadium SUPER Trucks competition in 2017 placing on the podium in nearly every event. The driver of the Royal Purple Synthetic Oil truck would work his way to the front of the pack in no time challenging for a position in the top-five quickly. After contact between Team UFD Teammates Paul Morris and Arie Luyendyk Jr. that made both drivers and Matt Brabham loose momentum and re gain control of their skidding Toyo Tires.

Harlien would take advantage of the skirmish in front of him to sneak by the three drivers and jolt into second place. Withstanding a hard charging Matt Brabham of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia the remaining laps Harlien would finish in the second position. Brabham driving the DeVILBISS/ Hawk Performance entry would follow Harlein to the line to claim the third position.

Current SST World Championship point’s leader Paul Morris of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia would start from the fifth position and quickly jump to the second spot following early leader Creed. After making contact with Team UFD teammate Arie Luyendyk of Scottsdale, Arizona Morris would loose considerable ground to the lead pack. The veteran driver looking to gain as many points as possible in the championship hunt would finish in the fourth position.

Detroit native of Aaron Bambach making his 2017 SST debut driving the A3 Strategic Staffing Solutions truck would continue to keep his truck clean the entire race from his sixth starting position to bring home a fifth place finish. The conservative racing Bambach proves each time out in an SST truck that contact in SST racing is not the only way to make a clean pass.

Jeff Hoffman of Phoenix, Arizona would once again show strong signs of competing for a podium early in the event keeping up with the quick pace of Harlien and Brabham moving forward from his eighth starting spot. Hoffman would keep his truck clean going on to finish his first race at Belle Isle in the sixth position.

Davey Hamilton Jr. of Indianapolis, Indiana substituting driving for Robby Gordon whom is in Mexico competing in the Baja 500 would start on the pole position after flipping his truck in qualifying on Friday afternoon. Keeping his Kevin Howell Construction/ Toyo Tires truck clean and falling into line, and not making any risky moves the son of former Indy Car racer Davey Hamilton would finish in the seventh position.

Always Evolving/ Replay XD driver Erik Davis of Burbank, California making his first start at the tricky Belle Isle Street Circuit would struggle finding his marks in the No. 75 truck. Driving a conservative and clean race Davis would cross the finish line in the eighth place.

United Fiber and Data/ LIVE driver Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Penn., would go on to finish the nine-lap event in the ninth position ahead of teammate Arie Luyendyk Jr. who would battle hard with the other Team UFD member Paul Morris early in the event. After several corners of bumping and banging the Lear Corporation back truck of Luyendyk would encounter an oil leak, and spin him himself into the tire barrier ending any chances at a good finish.

First time SST starter Atila Abreu of San Paulo, Brazil driving the Shell V-Power/ Monster Energy truck would start from the eighth position after qualifying very well. However the experienced road racer would encounter trouble after the first competition caution, hitting the second ramp in front of the main grandstand not completely square launching the No. 51 catapulting side ways ultimately landing on its side and rolling back onto its wheels. Abreu would drive back to the paddock area under his own power, but would retire from the race and be recorded in the eleventh position.

SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Race 2 will be contested Sunday afternoon at 2:00 P.M. local time.

Fans can tune into the race by visiting http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com or by viewing the Stadium SUPER Trucks Facebook Live at http://www.facebook.com/StadiumSuperTrucks.

SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks
Belle Isle Street Circuit
Round No. 11 Results
June 3, 2017
Detroit, Michigan

1. Sheldon Creed; El Cajon, Calif.; Safecraft Safety Equipment

2. Gavin Harlien; Mesa, Arizona; Royal Purple Synthetic Oil

3. Matt Brabham; Gold Coast, Queensland, Aus.; DeVILBISS/ Hawk Performance/ Head Strong/ KMC Wheels

4. Paul Morris; Gold Coast, Queensland, Aus.; LIVE/ United Fiber and Data

5. Aaron Bambach; Rochester Hills, Michigan; S3 Strategic Staffing Solutions

6. Jeff Hoffman; Phoenix, Arizona; TruFuel 50:1

7. Davey Hamilton Jr.; Indianapolis, Indiana; SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires/ KMC Wheels/ Menards

8. Erik Davis; Burbank, California; Always Evolving/ AerNow/ ReplayXD

9. Bill Hynes; Nazareth, Penn.; United Fiber & Data/ LIVE

10. Arie Luyendyk Jr.; Scottsdale, Arizona; Lear Corporation/ Detroit 119/ United Fiber and Data

11. Atila Abreu; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Shell V-Power/ Monster Energy/

Robby Gordon Wins Race #2 In Perth

Robby Gordon WINS Stadium Super Trucks Race #2 in Perth, Australia.

1. Robby Gordon
2. Gavin Harlien
3. Matt Brabham
4. Paul Morris
5. Sheldon Creed
6. Travis Milburn
7. Greg Gartner
8. Craig Dontas
9. Shaun Richardson
10. Beau Robinson
11. Bill Hynes