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

2017 Perth Practice 1 Results

Results from Perth SST Practice 1

1. Matt Brabham 1:02.379
2. Paul Morris 1:02.402
3. Sheldon Creed 1:03.280
4. Gavin Harlien 1:03.345
5. Robby Gordon 1:03.402
6. Jake Kostecki 1:03.728
7. Greg Gartner 1:03.803
8. Travis Milburn 1:04.063
9. Craig Dontas 1:04.961
10. Shaun Richardson 1:05.616
11. Bill Hynes 1:06.163
12. Beau Robinson 1:07.361

2017 Perth Weekend Schedule

Weekend schedule for the Stadium SUPER Trucks in Perth, Australia. Races will be shown LIVE in Australia on FOXTEL, and will also be live streamed to the SST website and SST Facebook page. All times local to Perth, Australia.

Friday, May 5

Practice – 10:50am

Race #1 – 3:35pm

Saturday, May 6

Practice/Qualifying – 10:15am

Race #2 – 1:40pm

Sunday, May 7

Practice/Qualifying – 9:20am

Race #3 – 1:10pm

LIVE STREAM

Toyo Tires and Robby Gordon Grab Victory at the Grand Prix of Long Beach Finale

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LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 9, 2017) – Series veteran Robby Gordon had his Toyo Tires and KMC Wheels hooked up on Sunday afternoon jumping out to an early lead from the ninth starting position. With no one able to contest Gordon the Orange, California native would capture his second SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks victory of the 2017 season in convincing fashion.

From the wave of the green flag you could tell it was Gordon’s race to win as he weaved through the hornets’ nest of trucks in front of him. As all of the other competitors made contact with each other Gordon steered clear and was able to move into the second position by Lap-2.

Successfully making a move on Burbank, California driver Erik Davis at the start of Lap-3 for the lead was all that was needed. The final 9 laps Gordon went uncontested to claim victory at Long Beach once again.

Fast qualifier and Saturday winner Matt Brabham of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia driving the SafeCraft Safety Equipment truck would start in the twelfth position and would not have ability to the make it to the front as easy as Gordon. Getting stuck behind some slower trucks Brabham really had to work his way to get to the front. Never having a real good chance to contest Gordon for the lead, Brabham would settle for second place.

Gavin Harlien of Mesa, Arizona had a career weekend behind the wheel of his Royal Purple Synthetic Oil truck. Capturing a third place finish on Saturday, Harlien was eager to improve his position on the podium. Moving to the front of the field early in the event from his eighth starting spot, Harlien was able to hold off the charging trucks behind him to finish third for the second day in a row.

LIVE/ United Fiber and Data driver Paul Morris of Norwell, Queensland, Australia made early contact in the race with another driver where his hood would blow up in his face and hinder his vision for the first half of the event. Morris would shake the piece blocking his view during the competition caution, and would pass truck after truck to move into the fourth position. After challenging Gavin Harlien multiple time for the third position unsuccessfully, Morris held his ground and would finish in the fourth spot.

TruFuel driver Jeff Hoffman of Phoenix, Arizona raced to the front of the field from his sixth starting position and would remain there the entire race. Battling hard with the likes of Paul Morris, Matt Brabham, and Gavin Harlien. Hoffman would go on to finish in the fifth position for the second day in a row. After having seven asphalt races now under his belt in 2017 Hoffman has now gotten very comfortable behind the wheel of his SST to where he can be a front runner each time out.

Scottsdale, Arizona driver Arie Luyendyk Jr. in the LIVE/United Fiber & Data truck would hangout around near the rear of the field most of the race after making contact with the tire wall. The younger Luyendyk would recover to finish the 12-lap event in the sixth position one spot better than the day prior.

For the second day in a row Indianapolis, Indiana driver Davey Hamilton would run at the front of the field at the beginning of the race contending for his first ever podium. However, after the competition caution Hamilton would feel the swarm of other trucks behind him falling back position after position to ultimately finish in the seventh spot.

Anaheim, California driver Myles Cheek making his second ever SST start on Sunday proved the young racer was feeling right at home in a SST truck as he hung around the front of the field from his fifth place starting position until getting loose battling Gavin Harlien for the third position on Lap-5. Cheek would bounce off the tire wall and damage the front end of his CMI Precision Machining/ Outlaw LED truck. After making a trip down pit road to remove the hood, Cheek would limp the No. 257 around the track the final circuits to be credited with the eighth position.

After bicycling his truck and crashing hard into the wall on Saturday afternoon Erik Davis of Burbank, California would start from the pole position on Sunday. Davis would lead the first two laps of the race before being over taken and running mid pack until a Lap-8 spin. Davis would recover and finish the Always Evolving truck in the ninth position.

United Fiber and Data/ LIVE driver Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Pennsylvania whom was fighting a case of the flu all weekend would fight through it and run a steady and clean race go on to finish the ten-lap event in the tenth position.

After hard contact on Saturday afternoon the SST crew worked hard overnight to get Lodi, California driver Troy Deide ready for Sunday afternoons race, but after pulling onto the track for the sight in lap Diede immediately pulled Diede Construction entry directly onto the pit road with brake issues. The No. 441 would not start the race and was credited with the eleventh position.

The overall standings over the three races would see Matt Brabham first, with Robby Gordon claiming second, and Paul Morris rounding out the top three.

SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks will continue the 2017 SST World Championship with Rounds No. 8, 9, & 10; May 5, 6 & 7 at the Barbagallo Raceway in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Tickets to the race are available through the SuperCars website at http://www.supercars.com/perth/.

SST Grand Prix of Long Beach
Long Beach, Calif.
April 9, 2017
Round 7 Results

1. Robby Gordon; Orange, California; Toyo Tires/ KMC Wheels

2. Matt Brabham; Gold Coast, Queensland, Aus.; Safecraft Safety Equipment

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

4. Paul Morris; Norwell, Queensland, Aus.; LIVE/ United Fiber & Data

5. Jeff Hoffman; Phoenix, Arizona; TruFuel

6. Arie Luyendyk Jr.; Scottsdale, Arizona; LIVE/ United Fiber & Data

7. Myles Cheek; Anaheim, California; CPI Precision Machining/ Outlaw LED

8. Davey Hamilton Jr.; Indianapolis, Indiana; Always Evolving/ AerNow/ Outlaw LED/ Dahl Tug and Barge

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

10. Bill Hynes; Nazareth, Pennsylvania; United Fiber & Data/ LIVE

DNS Troy Deide; Lodi, California; Deide Construction

Matt Brabham Wins Race 1 At Long Beach

Matt Brabham Wins Long Beach Race 1

LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 8, 2017) – Matt Brabham of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia managed to avoid the carnage in the first half of the race to work his way past competitor after competitor and hold off a late charge by fellow Australian Paul Morris to earn back to back SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks victories of the young 2017 World Championship.

Friday’s Fast qualifier did not miss a beat on Saturday starting from the last position after the full field inversion.

The SafeCraft Safety Equipment entry worked his way to the front of the field following Norwell, Queensland, Australia driver Paul Morris driving the LIVE backed entry. By the fourth lap the only two Australians in the field were leading 10 other hungry American drivers.

Brabham would make several attempts at passing Morris as the two would put on a incredible driving exhibition for the thousands of fans whom lined the fences all around the 11-turn 1.968 mile temporary street circuit along the picturesque Pacific Ocean. Brabham would make a daring pass inside of Morris at beginning of Lap-7 to grab the lead.

However, the red flag would fly over the track on mid way thru Lap-7, as Burbank, California driver Erik Davis in the Always Evolving truck would bicycle his truck in his corner tipping it over on the side, and make heavy contact with the outside wall. The stoppage of the race would allow Morris to regain his composure, and make another attempt at the lead of Brabham on the restart.

Drafting Brabham down the long front straightaway Morris was able to slingshot past the young Brabham at the last second to grab the lead back. Racing clean as they can in SST racing Brabham would stay right in the tire tracks of Morris for the next 4 corners until he was able to set him back up for a last lap pass for the win.

Brabham would go on to capture back-to-back SST wins of the young 2017 SST World Championship season. Consistency wins championships and Morris would go on to capture his fourth podium finish of the season.

Making his return to the Grand Prix of Long Beach since 2014 Gavin Harlien of Mesa, Arizona driving the Royal Purple Synthetic Oil truck would look to backup his previous successful finish. Starting in the seventh position Harlien would remain with the lead pack the entire race even contesting Brabham for the second position on Lap-6. Harlien would survive a real test the last three laps of the 9-lap race as Robby Gordon would be right on his bumper stalking every move to get by. Harlien would hold off one of the greats of SST racing to record his first ever SST podium.

Orange, California driver Robby Gordon sporting the Toyo Tires/ KMC Wheels livery this weekend would hang back in the pack waiting for things to sort out avoiding all of the carnage the first half of the race. After the competition caution Gordon would continue to pick off truck after truck through the field to ultimately finish in the fourth position after contesting Harlien multiple times for the third spot.

Jeff Hoffman of Phoenix, Arizona would show strong signs of competing for a podium early in the event keeping up with the quick pace of leaders hitting all his braking points and learning to conserve his equipment in only his sixth asphalt race ever. The young Hoffman would avoid contact with the other competitors and go on to finish the event in the fifth position.

Arie Luyendyk Jr. of Scottsdale, Arizona driving the LIVE/ United Fiber & Data truck would encounter a flat tire early in the first half of the event and would drop back in the field after a quick visit to hot pit area to change it. After the competition caution would re-group the field back up Luyendyk would battle through the hornets nest of trucks to finish in the sixth place.

Making his first ever Stadium SUPER Trucks start Myles Cheek of Anaheim, California would drive a smart and conservative race learning his braking points and staying out of trouble to finish the CMI Precision Machining truck in the seventh spot.

Davey Hamilton Jr. of Indianapolis, Indiana racing in his second straight SST event in the Always Evolving truck would run up front for a small portion of the event leading two laps before the missing his mark in the braking zone and loosing multiple positions to settle back mid-pack battling hard in the chaos. Hamilton would go on to finish respectively in the eighth position.

SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires driver P.J. Jones of Scottsdale, Arizona would go on to finish the nine-lap event in the ninth position after late contact with Arie Luyendyk Jr. would send him spinning from his sixth place running position.

Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Pennsylvania battling through a case of the flu would safely navigate the United Fiber & Data/ LIVE truck to a tenth place finish after encountering brake issues early in the event.

The rollover on Lap-7 for Erik Davis was just far too much for the Always Evolving truck as the damage acquired would force the truck to be towed off the racing service crediting Davis with the eleventh position.

Lodi, California driver Troy Deide would loose the handle on his Deide Construction truck going for the lead on Lap-2 making extensive contact with the outside wall. The damage to the front end was just too much to continue causing Deide to pull off the track and be scored in the twelfth position.

The second and final round of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks at the 2017 Grand Prix of Long Beach will take place Sunday at 4:05 PM PT just after the completion of the IndyCar Series event.

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