SUPER TRUCKS TO RETURN TO THE GOLD COAST IN OCTOBER

Boost Mobile Super Trucks

The Boost Mobile SUPER Trucks return to Australia for the 2019 Vodafone Gold Coast 600, October 25-27. With the announcement fresh of the press that CAMS have given Stadium Super Trucks the all clear to race again in Australia, Supercars and SST Australia have put ink to paper.

The Boost Mobile Super Trucks have been a crowd sensation in Australia since first racing at the Clipsal 500 back in 2015, which resulted in one of the biggest attendances in history at the multi-award-winning event.

Boost Mobile Founder Peter Adderton who has been supporting Nathan Cayzer and the comeback mission from behind the scenes, is excited about the future of what he feels is one of the best forms of motorsport in the world.

“Robby Gordon has created a great package over the years, he knows it’s about entertainment and value for the fans,” Adderton said.

“Boost Mobile wanted to help Robby bring back Stadium Super Trucks to Australia, we love the entertainment, the racing, the noise, the future potential growth of this category and that it’s about the fans all across Australia.

“In the past there were a few elements missing, now the stars are aligning with the strong support from Boost, Robby, Cams and Supercars with their talented production teams we will see Boost Mobile Stadium Super trucks back for the fans bigger than ever.

“We have always believed that Motorsport is about entertainment and every time I watched the Super Trucks from Adelaide to Long Beach in the USA the fans would go crazy for them. We are happy to be a part of bringing back some of the most exciting racing in the world.”

The stadium trucks have grown a massive following around the world, capturing the imagination of millions as an adrenaline pumping spectacle as these 600hp beasts fly through the air.

“I have built so many amazing memories since our first time here in Australia so to be able to have all things sorted with CAMS to be able to get back to Gold Coast one of the very best street tracks in the world and the way that Gold Coast turns it on is incredible” said Robby Gordon, who has raced in Indy Car and Stadium Super Trucks on the streets of Surfers Paradise.

“It’s been an incredibly tough 16 months not being able to race in Australia but I’m thankful to Eugene Arocca and CAMS for their efforts in making this possible for SST to be back racing in Australia and Sean Seamer and Supercars for welcoming SST back to be part of the brilliant series they run.”

Nathan Cayzer, whom has been an instrumental piece in bringing the series back to the shores of Australia and bringing SST to the Clipsal 500 in 2015, will head up all discussions around events and commercial partnerships in Australia. “It is super exciting to be able to have SST return back to racing in Australia and even better that we have been able to be back with the incredible series it is in Supercars,” Cayzer said.

“An enormous amount of work has gone on behind the scenes for both parties to get to this point.

“It’s a real win for all the supporters and motorsport fans of Australia, I can’t thank Peter Adderton enough for his support to me in pushing to get SST back in Australia.”

Supercars CEO Sean Seamer said: “It’s great news our fans are able to again see Stadium Super Trucks back racing on the streets of Gold Coast, I’m thankful to Robby and Nathan to have been able to turn things around so quickly and get things all in place with our team for this October.”