2018 Long Beach Entry List

Entry List for 2018 Long Beach

#1 – Paul Morris
#3 – Aaron Bambach
#7 – Robby Gordon
#18 – Apdaly Lopez
#25 – Arie Luyendyk Jr
#47 – Jeff Hoffman
#52 – Davey Hamilton Jr
#55 – Gavin Harlien
#57 – Bill Hynes
#60 – Cole Potts
#68 – Blade Hildebrand
#75 – Erik Davis
#83 – Matt Brabham
#441 – Troy Diede

 

2018 Long Beach Schedule

2018 Long Beach

Friday, April 13
Practice – 12:20pm/pt

Saturday, April 14
Race #1 – 5:05pm/pt

Sunday, April 15
Race #2 – 4:05pm/pt

Matt Brabham Wins Adelaide Race #3

Adelaide, South Australia (March 4, 2018)- Matt Brabham would make a last corner pass on Robby Gordon much to the delight of the capacity South Australian crowd to capture victory in the third and finale round of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks at the Adelaide 500 in Adelaide, South Australia.

Second starting Toby Price of Singleton, New South Whales driving the McDonald’s SST truck would jump out to an early lead ahead of Pole Sitter Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Pennsylvania. As Hynes would fade back into the pack, third starting Jeff Hoffman of Phoenix, Arizona would slide into the second position, and start to chase down Price for the top spot.

Saturday Race 2 Winner Robby Gordon of Orange, California; driving the SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires truck once again would not waste any time moving to the front of the field from his sixth starting spot settling in the third position behind Hoffman and immediately setting his sights on the leader.

As Price would start to extent his lead on Lap-2, Gordon was already putting a nose under Hoffman for the second position. Gordon and Hoffman would race nose to tail with one another drafting trying to cut into the lead of the price truck. However, Gordon would make a move on Hoffman launching off the McDonalds further to steal the second position away.

Right before the half way competition caution would fly Gordon would track down Price, and move past him for the lead.

The driver who would benefit the most from the competition caution was Gold Coast, Queensland driver Matt Brabham in the DeVilbiss/Hawk Performance entry. After the cumulative points inversion Brabham would start last on the field after acquiring the most points over the course of the first three days through qualifying and the first two races.

Bunching the field back up would allow Brabham an opportunity to make a run at the leaders. Picking off Hoffman and Milburn for fourth and third respectively in the following laps.

Quietly running in the top five the entire event Adelaide, South Australia driver Travis Milburn driving the TRG Transport SST would remain strong lurking in the shadows of the leaders in fourth place waiting for something big to happen in front of him he could capitalize on.

As the white flag flew you could put a blanket over the lead five trucks, as it was anyone’s race.

Brabham moving past Price for second setting his sights on Gordon for the lead, with Price, Milburn, and Hoffman waiting for their opportunity to strike on the two if something were to happen.

Gordon and Brabham would trade the lead position back and forth through multiple turns racing hard to the finish.

Coming to the checkered flag out of the final turn Gordon would encounter mechanical issues, as the truck would just shut off on him. Rolling out of the racing grove allowing Brabham to drive by the stalled truck of Gordon on the inside of the track. Gordon’s truck would not re fire right away dropping him out of contention for the win.

Brabham would go on to capture his first victory of the 2018 season, ahead of second finishing Travis Milburn whom would earn his best career Stadium SUPER Trucks finish. Matt Brabham would take the third position rounding out the podium for the second straight day.

Making tremendous gains over the previous two races VP Racing Lubricants and Fuel driver Blade Hildebrand of Yucca Valley, California would drive a clean and smart race making sure to hit all his braking zones, and avoid contact with the other competitors to score his best career Stadium SUPER Trucks finish with a fifth place.

Stealing the show in one of the wildest finishes in Stadium SUPER Trucks history Gavin Harlien of Mesa Arizona would cross the finish line in the Road Pod Transport Transformed truck backwards after doing a series of donuts all the way down the front straight away after breaking off his right rear KMC Wheel and Toyo Tire. With the roaring massive crowd in the background Harlien would be credited with the sixth position in the final finishing order.

Friday Race 1 second place finisher Arie Luyendyk Jr. would run mid-pack for majority of the race not able to gain any positions in his Boost Mobile backed entry. Luyendyk would be credited with the seventh spot in the final finishing order.

2017 Stadium SUPER Trucks Champion Paul Morris would continue to struggle with his race truck being stuck mid pack for the third straight race battling hard in the thick of the chaos beating and banging on one another. The OzLand Security driver would cross the finish line and be credited with the eighth position at the conclusion of the 9-Lap race.

Greg Gartner of Penola, South Australia would once again loose positions late in the race after contact with Arie Luyendyk Jr. whom would spin him. Gartner would bring the No. 410 R & J Batteries/ Fuchs across the finish in the ninth position.

After leading majority of the race Gordon would be credited with the tenth position after his misfortunes on the lap corner of the last lap.

Friday’s race winner Cole Potts of Scottsdale, Arizona would get into the back of another truck folding his hood into his vision causing him to spin out on his own and loose the lead pack of trucks. Potts driving the HallmarkTrust.com truck would go on to be credited with the eleventh position

Pole sitter Bill Hynes driving the LIVE/ United Fiber and Data/ Think Loud Development truck would miss the braking zone on the first lap in an early corner and would fad to the back of the pack. Never able to recover Hynes was scored in the twelfth position.

The overall standings over the three races would see Matt Brabham first, with Arie Luyendyk Jr. claming second, and Travis Milburn rounding out the top three.

The 2018 SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship will continue with Round 5 & 6; April 14 & 15 in Long Beach, California for the world renown Long Beach Grand Prix. Pre-Sale tickets with multiple ticket options are currently available for purchase at http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com

Robby Gordon WINS Adelaide Race 2

Adelaide, South Australia (March 3, 2018)- Robby Gordon with stood a late charge by Gavin Harlien and Matt Brabham to capture victory in Saturday’s thrilling second round of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks at the Adelaide 500 in Adelaide, South Australia.

Pole sitter Toby Price of Singeton, New South Whales driving the McDonalds/ Ramsey Brothers truck would benefit from a poor finish on Friday to start up front in Round 2.

From the wave of the green flag Price wasted no time jumping out to the early lead, but it did not take Orange, California driver Robby Gordon long to pressure him for the top.

The two competitors would race side by side with close hard racing for multiple laps running away from the rest of the field before Gordon would find an opening to move past for the lead on Lap-3. Gordon would drag race Price down the long straightaway to move in front of him entering Turn-10.

However the driver on the move was Gavin Harlien of Mesa, Arizona driving the Road Pod Transport Transformed truck, as he would work his way thru the field from the seventh starting position to challenge Price for second.

At the start of Lap-4 Harlien would find an opening over the front stretch ramps to move past Price just before the chicane to move into second behind Gordon. Price would battle back, but would not be able to move back past Harlien as Gordon would begin to pull away from the field.

The next lap would see Price would loose the handle on his McDonald’s truck in the corner on Lap-5 loosing multiple positions, and loosing all sights of the leads trucks.

Gold Coast, Queensland driver Matt Brabham would move past the spinning Price truck to slide into the third position, as he would immediately attempt to pressure Harlien for second.

Gordon would have the best seat to view an epic battle unfolding behind him with good clean hard racing between Harlien and Brabham for multiple laps.

Harlien would try his hardest to catch Gordon on the last lap trying everything he could to work his way past, but the savvy off-road and road race veteran was just too fast on this day.

Gordon would capture his first victory of the 2018 season, ahead of second finishing Gavin Harlien whom re deem himself from a poor finish in Friday’s opening race. Matt Brabham would take the third position rounding out the podium for the second straight day.

Following Saturday’s third race of the season, Gordon wanted to give a special thanks to the hard working Stadium SUPER Trucks technicians who have been battling various mechanicals on the SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires truck the last few days.

Coming off a rough finish in Friday afternoons opening event Paul Morris driving the OZ Land Security truck would have a better day on Saturday crossing the line in fourth position while yesterday’s second place finisher Arie Luyendyk Jr. driving the Boost Mobile entry would earn a top five finish for the second straight day.

Adelaide, South Australia; driver Travis Milburn was sixth in his TRG Transport No. 77, followed in seventh by fellow South Australia racer Greg Gartner driving the R & J Batteries/ Fuchs entry.

Yesterdays winner Cole Potts of Scottsdale, Arizona; driving the HallmarkTrust.com truck would get bounced around mid back throughout the race and would never advance getting credit with the eighth spot. Getting in a tangle late in the race for the second day, Blade Hildenbrand of Yucca Valley, California; driving the VP Racing Lubricants & Fuel/ HeatWave truck would finish in the ninth position.

Race No. 2 pole sitter Toby Price of Singleton, New South Whales would lead the first two laps of the event in a tremendous battle with Robby Gordon before going wide in a corner, and spinning out loosing tremendous ground to the lead pack. Price would run out of time to recover and would go on to finish the eight lap event in the tenth position.

Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Pennsylvania driving the LIVE/ United Fiber and Data entry would be recorded in the eleventh position.

After spun into the wall early in the event Phoenix, Arizona driver Jeff Hoffman driving the LIVE No. 47 would loose a large amount of track position and would never catch the pack again. Hoffman would be credited with the twelfth and final position.

The SST trucks will return to the Adelaide Street Circuit for the third and final round of the Adelaide 500 on Sunday at 2:20 pm local time prior to the Supercars race in front of another capacity crowd.

Tickets for this weekend’s Adelaide 500 event are still available for purchase by visiting https://www.adelaide500.com.au/ticketing

SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship
Round No. 3 Unoffical Results
March 3, 2018
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

1. Robby Gordon; Orange, Calif.; SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires/ KMC Wheels/ Menards

2. Gavin Harlien; Mesa, Arizona; Road Pod Transport Transformed

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

4. Paul Morris; Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia; OZ Land Security/ AC Tec/
SuperCheap Auto

5. Arie Luyendyk Jr.; Scottsdale, Arizona; Boost Mobile

6. Travis Milburn; Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; TRG Transport/ Adelaide General Property Maintenance/ Move Yourself Trailer Hire

7. Greg Gartner; Penola, South Australia, Aus.; R&J Batteries/ Fuchs/ Case IH
Agriculture

8. Cole Potts; Scottsdale, Arizona; HallmarkTrust.com/ ICP/ Security State Bank

9. Blade Hildebrand; Yucca Valley, California; VP Racing Lubricants & Fuel/ Empire Destructive/ HeatWave/ MPI/ KMC Wheels

10. Toby Price; Singleton, New South Whales, Australia; McDonald’s/ Ramsey Brothers/ Mitsubishi/ Oakley

11. Bill Hynes; Nazareth, Penn.; LIVE/ United Fiber & Data/ Think Loud Development

12. Jeff Hoffman; Phoenix, Arizona; LIVE/ United Fiber & Data/ Think Loud Development

Cole Potts Claims First Stadium SUPER Trucks Victory in Round No. 2 of the 2018 SST World Championship

Adelaide, South Australia (March 2, 2018)– After making his first ever asphalt road race laps in an SST truck on the fast and technical temporary street circuit in yesterdays practice session; Scottsdale, Arizona driver Cole Potts withstood a serious charge by two of Stadium SUPER Trucks elite drivers to became the class of the field winning the opening round of the renamed Adelaide 500 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

Pole sitter Bill Hynes of Nazareth, Pennsylvania would pace the field to green for the 8-Lap sprint. Quickly jumping out to the early lead in the LIVE entry, Hynes would show the field around the circuit for 11-turns before Potts driving the HallmarkTrust.com truck would work his way around Hynes to the front from his second starting position.

Shortly after taking the lead Potts would receive pressure for the lead from Penola, South Australia driver Greg Gartner on Lap-2. However, the man on the move was Orange, California driver Robby Gordon working his way all the way into the third spot from the seventh starting position in his familiar bright orange SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires entry.

As the leaders would begin Lap-3 carnage would break out behind them as the hornets nest of the trucks spinning and banging into each other would began to increase. As Potts and Gartner would race towards Turn-1 Gordon would hold the best seat in the house to potentially witness a great battle, as Gartner would stalk the Toyo Tire tracks of Potts waiting for him to miss his marks in the braking zone.

In typical Gordon fashion there was no time to sit back and watch, as he powered his truck into the corner past Gartner for the second position setting his sights on the bright green Potts trucks for the top spot.

Potts would hold off the hard charging Gordon for several corners in an impressive display of driving by the young Arizona driver in only his second SST start.

The yellow flag would fly over the circuit on Lap-4 as Singleton, New South Wales driver Toby Price, would snap his rear end housing in half ultimately sending his McDonald’s truck through the chicane out of control before pounding the outside retaining wall ending his run in today’s competition.

On the restart Potts would once again hold off a hard charging Gordon who would apply lots of pressure attempting to take over the top position. As Potts and Gordon battled out front Gold Coast, Queensland native Matt Brabham driving the DeVilbiss entry would work his way into the sights of the lead trucks and a podium finish working his way into the third position.

In a bonsai move Scottsdale, Arizona driver Arie Luyendyk Jr. would continue to make Lap-5 interesting as he would completely miss his braking point, and launch past Gordon Gartner, and Brabham into the second position for a brief second bouncing off Gordon and Brabham in the process.

Brabham would be the big winner in the process as he would settle into the second position, and set his sights on Potts for the lead. Gordon would become the big loser, as his truck would encounter significant damage ending his day early.

In a soft and easy pass in the corner Brabham would work his way past Potts for the lead. Things would not go much better for Potts as he would loose the handle on the Hallmark Trust truck coming to the completion of the lap.

As the white flag would fly for the final lap Matt Brabham would make a crucial mistake completely missing the corner allowing Potts and Gartner to get by.

After the race Brabham made it known that his radio had come loose, and was flying around in the cockpit. In the process of grabbing it would loose control and miss the corner.

This would allow Luyendyk to come back into the mix nosing his truck into the R & J Batteries truck of Gartner spinning him out, and out of podium contention.

The race for the second position would heat up tremendously as Luyendyk, Brabham, and Phoenix Arizona racer Jeff Hoffman would now all be gunning for the second position. As all three would beat and bang off each other, and the outside retaining wall loosing ground to the leader in the process.

In a an amazing display of driving Potts would cleanly drive away from the chaos directly behind him for second place en route to his first ever SST victory oddly enough in his first ever start on asphalt in any form of motorsports.

Luyendyk would hold off Brabham at the finish line for the second position, with Brabham rounding out the podium.

The SST trucks will return to the Adelaide Street Circuit for there second round of the Adelaide 500 on Saturday at 1:20 pm local time in front of an anticipated capacity crowd.

Tickets for this weekend’s Adelaide 500 event are still available for purchase by visiting http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/Clipsal500

2018 Adelaide Weekend Schedule

Adelaide 500

Weekend schedule for the Stadium SUPER Trucks in Adelaide, Australia.

(All times local)

Thursday, March 1

12:45pm – Practice

5:40pm – Qualifying

Friday, March 2

2:40 – Race #1

Saturday, March 3

1:20pm – Race #2

Sunday, March 4

2:15pm – Race #3

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SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks 2018 World Championship Round 1 Update

Bill Hynes Lake Elsinore

Charlotte, North Carolina (February 7, 2018)- After an extensive video review by USAC and SST officials over the past week it has been deemed that Nazareth, Pennsylvania driver Bill Hynes is declared the winner of Round 1 in the 2018 SST World Championship due to confusion with majority of the drivers in the field pertaining to the use of the joker lap.

Stadium SUPER Trucks President Robby Gordon made the following statement regarding the matter:

“At every professional auto race event a mandatory pre-race drivers briefing is held prior to competition to discuss rules and special procedures. After the completion of the event confusion arose to whether it is possible for a driver to use a joker lap on a restart with less than two laps remaining? USAC officials announced via one-way radio transmission to drivers that no joker laps were allowed to taken thru the completion of the race. However, if a driver did not have radio communication the understanding of the rules would be reverted back to what was told at the drivers briefing. In a private questioner given to all drivers participating in the event the response ultimately showed there was confusion during the drivers briefing on the use of a joker lap on a green flag lap and white flag lap.”

“Bill Hynes, driver of the United Fiber & Data truck, took the joker lap on the green flag lap, and not the white flag lap as originally thought. With that said USAC and SST have overruled the finish of the main event on January 27th, and Bill Hynes has be rewarded with the main event win from the opening round of the 2018 SST Championship at Lake Elsinore.”

After given word of the video review and decision by USAC and SST officials the always-energetic Bill Hynes had the following to say about capturing his first victory in Stadium SUPER Trucks competition.

“I am beyond pumped to capture my first Stadium SUPER Trucks victory. After USAC and SST reviewed all of the video footage, timing and scoring, there was no doubting the winner of this race!” Said Bill “The Thrill” Hynes (#57) of Team UFD Racing, on the occasion of his fifth SST season start.

“I have participated in the series since 2014, and I have worked extremely hard to be able to race door to door with professionals such as Matt Brabham, Sheldon Creed, Paul ‘The Dude’ Morris, and the legend himself, Robby Gordon. Robby and ‘The Dude’ have spent time working with me over the years, and they have opened up their tracks to me to test the trucks and provide the one-on-one coaching time that I needed. I can’t thank them enough for giving me the tools to compete in this series. I especially thank my sponsors: the multi-platinum rock band LIVE, Sparco, Arai, Rockwell Watches and Corby Concepts, in addition to Rockfish Public House and YRK Creative — both from York, Pennsylvania.”

The 2018 SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship continues with Bill Hynes the World Championship point’s leader March 1-4 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia for the Adelaide 500.
Proud Stadium SUPER Trucks supporters LIVE will be playing in concert Saturday night, March 3.

VP Racing Lubricants and Apdaly Lopez Claim Victory in First SST Event of 2018

Lake Elsinore, California (January 28, 2018) – The 2018 SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship kicked off Saturday night with a return to the sold out Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium in Lake Elsinore, California. Fans in attendance witnessed one of the most entertaining and dramatic filled SST events in quite some time as VP Racing Lubricants driver Apdaly Lopez would claim the first SST victory of 2018 over Jeff Hoffman.

Fifth starting Apdaly Lopez of Tecate, Baja California, Mexico is no stranger to the temporary off-road track the A.M. Ortega crew built inside the Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium. Lopez would dominate the opening round of competition in the Stadium SUPER Trucks Race and Rock World Championship Finals back in December, and would look to back that up in the opening round of 2018 dawning a new partnership from VP Racing Lubricants.

The start of the 16-lap main event would see the newest member of Team UFD Jeff Hoffman of Phoenix, Arizona jump out to an early lead on first time SST starter Cole Potts of Scottsdale, Arizona.

The first lap would see action all over the track as potential race winners Sheldon Creed of El Cajon, California and Jerett Brooks of Alpine, California would become locked together dropping back in the field early in the event.

Robby Gordon of Orange, California driving the SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires truck would settle into the second position behind Hoffman on Lap-2, and would quickly challenge for the top position. Battling back and forth Hoffman would over drive the corner, and would allow Gordon to take the top spot, and drive out to a sizable lead.

Following in the tracks of the hard charging Gordon for multiple laps the LIVE truck of Hoffman would hit all his marks with accuracy, and would make up enough ground to come close enough to challenge Gordon back for the lead. Hoffman would pass Gordon for the lead in a daring move to the inside just before the competition caution would fly over the field. At the halfway mark Hoffman would lead Gordon, and Brooks who battled his way back thru the chaos into the top three after the early tangle in the event with Creed.

The restart would see Hoffman loose the handle of his truck in the first corner kicking it up on two wheels, the lurking Gordon would capitalize launching the No. 7 back into the lead. Dropping into the third position behind Hoffman would be Lopez who was battling thru the field after making early contact in the event with various competitors. At this point Lopez truck was showing signs of nothing short of war.

Driving like a man possessed Lopez would now set his sights on Gordon and the top spot. Finding just the right opening to drive his truck in extremely hard into the lower groove Lopez would work Gordon up the track to move past him in textbook dirt track racing fashion.

However, Hoffman would have something to say about that, as he would take his joker lap to catapult back into the lead ahead of Lopez all while Gordon would work his way back past Lopez for second. Just when you think things are working in the favor of the driver they call “The Hoff” his truck would stall in the middle of the corner dropping him back to the fifth position.

All while the red flag would wave stopping an incredible battle out front. Brooks driving in replacement for the injured Paul Morris would roll over his LIVE entry onto the side right in the path of on coming trucks.

The restart would see Gordon get a good jump on the second place Lopez to break out to a four-truck advantage.

One lap later the red flag would once again come out for SST rookie Blade Hildebrand of Yucca Valley, California, as his Empire Destructive entry would go for a series of rolls going over the crossover jump. The young driver would remain in the truck and restart at the back of the field a true test of the durability and construction of these Stadium SUPER Trucks.

The closing laps would see Lopez drive extremely aggressive looking to charge to the front of the field making contact with Gordon multiple times and eventually moving past him. Hoffman lingering back in third place would want into that party as he would slide around the outside of both drivers to take the lead on the final lap. Lopez would battle back as Hoffman’s truck would stumble temporarily allowing Lopez to open up a sizable lead.

The beaten and battered VP Racing Lubricants truck of Apdaly Lopez would cross the finish line first capturing victory in round 1of the 2018 SST World Championship. Hoffman would cross the line in the second position, followed by teammate Gavin Harlien who would get past Gordon in the closing corners.

Even though a driver may win a race in Stadium SUPER Trucks, the overall weekend point’s title is earned by gaining points every time a driver is on track in competition and second finishing Jeff Hoffman driving the LIVE entry would be a perfect example of that in Round 1 of the 2018 SST World Championship.

Consistency is the name of the game and Hoffman was able to back that up. Qualifying in the third position, finishing in the second position in the heat race, and following those efforts up with a second place finish in the main event. Hoffman would earn enough points to best Sheldon Creed by 2, and Apdaly Lopez by 3 to capture his first ever SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks overall.

The 2018 SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship will continue with Round 2, 3, 4; March 1-4 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia for the Adelaide 500. Proud Stadium SUEPR Trucks supporters LIVE will be playing in concert Saturday night, March 3. Advanced tickets are available for purchase at http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com

Please visit http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com for more information on the 2018 SST World Championship schedule.
SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship
Round 1
Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium
January 27, 2018
Lake Elsinore, California

SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Final

1. Apdaly Lopez; Tecate, Baja California, Mexico; VP Racing Lubricants/ RPM Off-Road/ KMC Wheels
2. Jeff Hoffman; Phoenix, Arizona; LIVE/ United Fiber & Data
3. Gavin Harlien; Mesa, Arizona; United Fiber & Data/ York Creative/ Think Loud Development
4. Robby Gordon; Orange, California; SPEED Energy/ Toyo Tires/ KMC Wheels/ Menards
5. Cole Potts; Scottsdale, Arizona; SPEED Energy/ Hallmark Trust.com/ Security State Bank/ CPI
6. Sheldon Creed; El Cajon, California; A.M. Ortega/ United Rentals
7. Matt Brabham; Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia; DeVILBISS/ Hawk Performance/ KMC Wheels
8. Blade Hidebrand; Yucca Valley, California; Empire Destructive/ MPI
9. Bill Hynes; Nazareth, Pennsylvania; United Fiber & Data/ LIVE/ Think Loud Development
10. Lalo Laguna; Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico; RPM Off-Road/ KMC Wheels
11. Arie Luyendyk Jr.; Scottsdale, Arizona; Hostile Racing Wheels/LIVE
12. Jerett Brooks; Alpine, California; LIVE/ United Fiber & Data/ Think Loud Development

Lake Elsinore Friday Practice Results

Lake Elsinore Friday Practice Results

1. Gavin Harlien – 38.243
2. Robby Gordon – 38.451
3. Jerret Brooks – 38.812
4. Jeff Hoffman – 38.821
5. Sheldon Creed – 38.923
6. Matt Brabham – 38.986
7. Blade Hildebrand – 39.034
8. Arie Luyendyk Jr – 39.806
9. Apdaly Lopez – 40.137
10. Cole Potts – 41.698
11. Bill Hynes – 43.253

2018 United Fiber & Data Driver Roster

Team UFD Racing has announced their driver roster for the 2018 Stadium SUPER Trucks season, which kicks off Saturday, January 27th at the Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium in Lake Elsinore, California!

#25 Arie Luyendyk Jr, #55 Gavin Harlien, #57 Bill Hynes, #67 Paul Morris.

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