ELKHART LAKE, Wis., (October 17, 2017) – Road America announced today the addition of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks (SST) to the racing lineup for the NASCAR XFINITY weekend of August 23-25.

Led by the NASCAR XFINITY Series, the weekend also features SCCA Pro Trans Am providing non-stop, on-track action from three separate series’ throughout the weekend.

The Stadium SUPER Trucks will take to the track many times throughout the weekend, holding practice and qualifying on Friday prior to the first SST race. The second SST race will take place in advance of the NASCAR XFINITY Series race on Saturday.

“We always enjoy adding more for our fans to experience and the Stadium SUPER Truck Series is the perfect combination for our fans and our facility,” said Road America President and General Manager George Bruggenthies. “Wisconsin is truck country and this is going to be a new and incredible experience for our fans. We encourage everyone to stake out a good viewing spot because it’s going to be wild watching these racers race, jump and fly through the air around our legendary racecourse.”

The widely popular Stadium SUPER Truck Series features identically prepared 650-horsepower trucks that are built to take flight. Being able to race on virtually any surface thrown at them, the Stadium SUPER Trucks will race the front half of Road America, crossing between turns 5 and 13 as compared to the entire 4-mile circuit utilized by NASCAR XFINITY Series and the SCCA Pro Trans Am Series.

The Stadium SUPER Truck races will feature four 36-inch tall aluminum ramps placed in strategic locations on the racecourse, allowing the trucks to fly 20 feet off the ground and hundreds of feet down the racecourse.

“For Stadium SUPER Trucks to visit Wisconsin and America’s National Park of Speed, I cannot be more excited,” Stadium SUPER Trucks President Robby Gordon said. “Along with other racers, I’ve been fond of Road America for many years. To bring the door-to-door action and the big air of Stadium SUPER Trucks to Road America for the first time, the fans are going to be ecstatic for Stadium SUPER Truck racing.”

The NASCAR XFINITY Series rolls into Road America August 23-25, bringing intense door-to-door stock car, sports car and now truck racing action to the nation’s most intimidating road course. The NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule and the event could prove to be a pivotal race for drivers looking to improve their standing in the championship points. The event weekend will feature practice, qualifying and racing from the SCCA Pro Trans Am and the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks.

Advance pricing for Road America season passes is available from October through December and 2018 event tickets and camping are now available. To purchase season passes, tickets or learn more about upcoming events at Road America, please visit Road America online at or call 800-365-RACE (7223).

About Road America: Established in 1955, Road America is located midway between Milwaukee and Green Bay in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. The world’s best racers have competed at this legendary 4-mile, 14-turn road circuit for over 60 years. The 640-acre, park-like grounds offer amazing viewing opportunities, fantastic concessions and high-speed excitement to hundreds of thousands of spectators each year. In addition to public race weekends, Road America offers a variety of group event programs, a new 1,200 foot Zip Line, the CTECH Manufacturing Motorplex for karting and supermoto, and the Road America Motorcycle and Advanced Driving Schools. For more information, visit Follow Road America on and on Twitter: @roadamerica or call 800-365-7223.

Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Finals Set For December 15 & 16 At Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium



CHARLOTTE, N.C. (October 6, 2017)– SST officials have announced for the inaugural Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Finals to take place Friday, December 15 and Saturday, December 16 at Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium located in no other than the World Capital of Action Sports; Lake Elsinore, California.

“The 2017 SST World Championship fight has been contested in three unique countries; United States, China and Australia, on nine different race tracks, with four completely different surfaces. It’s only fitting to decide the tight Championship fight with a thrilling Stadium battle in the birthplace of Stadium racing (Southern California), just like how Stadium Truck Pioneer Mickey Thompson would want to see it.” Stated Stadium SUPER Trucks President Robby Gordon.

Lake Elsinore, California a city where short-course off-road, motocross, FMX, and the UTV industry all collide on a daily basis provides the perfect location to host the SST World Championship Finals.

Mayor of Lake Elsinore, Bob Magee voiced the cities excitement for the newly announced Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Finals.

“The City of Lake Elsinore is thrilled to have Legendary Racer Robby Gordon and Stadium SUPER Trucks back in our valley. Working in partnership with the Lake Elsinore Storm, Diamond Stadium will be transformed into an off road playground as these high horsepower trucks will fly over jumps and bang fenders. This will be good clean dirty fun!”

Built in 1994 for the Single-A affiliate of Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres, Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium home of the Lake Elsinore Storm will be completely transformed from a baseball diamond to a off-road playground with nearly 150,000 square feet of dirt hauled in, and sculpted into a challenging off-road track featuring multiple obstacles such as a huge container crossover jump, that will send the trucks souring into the air nearly 35 feet.

“Everyone at Storm Events are super stoked to be working with the legendary Robby Gordon and bringing Stadium SUPER Trucks to Lake Elsinore. This is a perfect fit for our demographic and fans. It’s sure to be an amazing event that no one will want to miss.” Stated Ian Singleton, Director of Storm Events.
Joining the highflying Stadium SUPER Trucks on the track will be a full field of Production 1000 UTV’s. Quickly becoming one of the most popular, and most affordable forms of off-road racing today. Drivers of all ages, and experience levels will compete for a huge purse both Friday and Saturday night under the lights.

Young Hot Shots in the Modified Trophy Kart ranks will also have an opportunity to race on a similar track to the SST Stars. Past Modified Kart graduates have stepped into SST’s with great success most notably being Sheldon Creed a two-time SST Champion.

Current SST’s drivers Gavin Harlien and Jeff Hoffman both developed their off-road skills in Modified Trophy Karts, before moving up to the larger scale trucks. With these young Trophy Kart racers having the opportunity to race in front of their piers and heroes it ought to be a memory to last a lifetime.

Not just the young Modified Trophy Karts drivers will have their opportunity to tackle the temporary built SST track. During the day on Friday and Saturday make sure to come out to the track early as SST would like to showcase the kids 170 UTV’s on the Stadium floor. Drivers qualified during the day’s races will be invited to compete in a Final event that evening.

The Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Finals is not just action-packed racing on track, make sure to come out to the track early each day as a full off-road and life style village will be happening throughout the day. This will serve as one of the last opportunities to visit with your favorite off-road vendors and exhibitors to get those last minute Christmas gifts for the off-road enthusiast on your list.

Be sure to stay after the races each night as included with your race ticket will be a concert by WARRANT on Friday night & a concert by BUCKCHERRY on Saturday night.

Tickets for the first ever Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Finals can be purchased HERE

Looking to entertain family and friends or host a small holiday party? Fully furnished, catered, and climate controlled suites are available to view all the entertainment on the stadium floor in luxury. Pricing is available by contacting Stadium SUPER Trucks at

Drivers looking to participate in either the Production 1000 UTV’s , Modified Trophy Karts or 170 UTV’s are urged to pre-register for the event at starting October 15th to receive a discounted rate on their entry fee. Prices will increase on December 10th.

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

19 Watkins Glen, New York September 2, 2017 Robby Gordon

20 Watkins Glen, New York September 3, 2017 Matt Brabham

21 Lake Elsinore, California December 15, 2017

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: December 15, 2017; Lake Elsinore, California
Round 22: December 16, 2017; Lake Elsinore, California

Watkins Glen Broadcast – October 11 – CBS Sports Network

UFD At The Glen

The CBS Sports Network broadcast of the 2017 “UFD At The Glen” Stadium SUPER Trucks race will air on Wednesday, October 11th at 10pm/et (7pm/pt).


FORT WORTH, Texas (August 22, 2017) – The SPEED Energy Stadium Super Truck Series will return to Texas Motor Speedway in 2018 for the “No Limits Off-Road Rumble,” creating another diverse tripleheader weekend scheduled for June 8-9 that also includes the Verizon IndyCar Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

The Stadium Super Truck Series received rave reviews from fans during its inaugural event held in June during the Texas Indy 600 weekend. The series hosted two races that same evening as the Verizon IndyCar Series race – one prior to that event and one following Victory Lane ceremonies – to add to the annual Saturday evening show.

The “No Limits Off-Road Rumble” will once again be paired with the also newly named “No Limits Off-Road Ruckus.” The ruckus will feature an expo and interactive activities for enthusiasts of jeeps, trucks, Utility Terrain Vehicles and buggies. The expansive layout covered the infield inside of Turn 2 this past June.

“The Stadium Super Trucks were a great addition to our June race weekend and judging from the response from our fans it was a huge hit with them,” Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage said. “The Super Trucks also give our fans quite a diverse weekend with three different disciplines of motorsports.”

The course layout proved challenging for competitors while entertaining for race fans. The unique layout incorporated the frontstretch and infield paddock area, featuring ramps along the frontstretch, a jump into the South Paddock and a soaring under-over-jump. The course also offered multiple race surfaces with portions of the track made of dirt to partner with the asphalt of pit lane and the frontstretch.

PJ Jones won the opening race and Sheldon Creed the second race, but Gavin Harlien was crowned the overall champion based off finishing points from the two races combined.

“SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks is looking forward to returning to Texas Motor Speedway in 2018,” Stadium SUPER Trucks President Robby Gordon said. “The Texas Motor Speedway staff likes to do things big, and with SST’s return to the Texas Indy 600 weekend it will be bigger and better. We plan on building a bigger crossover jump, and tailoring the track to create even more high-energy, full contact racing. Texas is known as a truck state, and we are excited to bring our high-flying SST trucks back to Texas.”

For ticket and schedule information on the 2018 season, please visit or call the speedway ticket office at (817) 215-8500.

For more information, contact the Texas Motor Speedway Media Relations Department at (817) 215-8520 or

2017 Texas Entry List

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.

Matt Brabham Wins Race 1 At Long Beach

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 or by viewing the Stadium SUPER Trucks Facebook Live at

2017 Clipsal 500 Weekend Schedule

2017 Clipsal 500 Stadium Super Trucks Schedule (all times local to Adelaide, Australia)

Thursday, March 2nd
11:55am – Practice 1
6:20pm – Qualifying

Friday, March 3rd
12:45pm – Race 1

Saturday, March 4th
1:30pm – Race 2

Sunday, March 5th
2:15pm – Race 3

All races will be broadcast live on Foxtel

“Mad Max,” 8yo son of Robby Gordon to race in Safecraft/Speed Energy SST UTV at Parker 250

Max Gordon SST UVT

Pittsburg, Calif. – Safecraft Fire Suppression Systems, the racing industry’s standard for fire safety for over 20 years and SPEED Energy Drink, a healthy alternative energy drink developed by NASCAR legend Robby Gordon, today announced the duo will kick off the 2017 Best in the Desert racing series at this weekend’s Parker 250 “Show Down in the Desert” by sponsoring Gordon’s 8 year-old son Max, the youngest driver to race in the history of Best in the Desert, as he vies for victory, Pro Unlimited Class, in a Speed UTV equipped with Safecraft’s new Model UTV system.

“I’m a racer and I’m also a dad,” said Robby Gordon, well-known American racecar driver and founder of the Speed Energy Formula Off-Road series. “I wouldn’t use anything but the best, especially when it comes to protection for my son. Safecraft is a name I trust.”

“Safety has always been our primary concern,” said Pat O’Keefe, CEO of Safecraft and veteran racecar driver. “Safecraft’s Model UTV is the first and only system designed specifically for UTVs. With its ever increasing popularity especially with more and more younger drivers getting into the sport, we felt it was time to step up safety measures by developing and designing a system specifically for the UTV enthusiast.”

Max “Mad Max” Gordon, 8, is the son of off-road and racing legend Robby Gordon.” I can’t wait to race this weekend in Parker, driving the Safecraft Safety Equipment/SPEED Energy SST UTV! I raced here last year with my dad and I learned so much and I passed a bunch of cars! It feels good to race again and I am going to have a good finish this weekend!”

The Best In The Desert (BITD) is a premier and popular desert racing organization with a nine-event race schedule for 2017. As is the tradition, the 2017 season kicks off January 6th and 7th in Parker, Arizona with the Parker 250 “Show Down in the Desert” race. However, this year’s event features new sponsor GMZ Race Products, Inc., and the new “GMZ UTV Winter Nationals presented by Polaris.” The “Showdown in the Desert” is open to all Motorcycle, Quad and UTV classes.
About Safecraft Safety Equipment

Safecraft Safety Equipment is the leading provider of fire suppression systems and is used by most of the top professionals in a wide range of industries including Motorsports, Automotive, Aviation and Marine. For over 20 years, Safecraft is known for its innovative design and use of the highest quality components available.

Safecraft extinguishers are used by more NASCAR, NHRA, NASA and SCCA teams than any other brand and is the only manufacturer to have 4 models of extinguishers and several different extinguishing agents approved to SFI 17.1.

Visit for more information.

2016 Mike’s Peak Course Maps

The inaugural Mike’s Peak Hill Climb Challenge at the legendary Mike’s Sky Rancho in Baja California, Mexico, will run October 13-16, 2016.

There are 2 maps available for download: Mike’s Peak directions from Ensenada, and the Mike’s Peak race course map. Both maps are available in PDF format.

If you are still interested in competing, registration will be available at the Mike’s Peak base camp on Thursday, October 13. Visit the Mike’s Peak Race page for more information.

Questions? Email us at


Thursday, October 13 – Tech Inspection/Registration (Base Camp, Road to Mike’s Peak, B.C. Mexico)

Friday, October 14 – Practice

Saturday, October 15 – Race Passes

Sunday, October 16 – Race Passes

** All registered entries will get 1 practice run and 2 race runs up the hill **

Mike’s Peak Directions Map Mike’s Peak Race Course Map


Texas Motor Speedway Adds Stadium SUPER Trucks to 2017 Race Schedule

Fort Worth, Texas (August 27, 2016)-
Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage announced today the addition of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS to the speedway’s racing lineup in 2017.

The addition of Stadium SUPER Trucks will create a diverse tripleheader weekend in June as the racing series will be paired with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Verizon IndyCar Series. The Stadium SUPER trucks feature event will take place in advance of the Firestone 600 on Saturday, June 10.

The widely popular SST Series features 12 identically prepared 650-horsepower trucks that are built to take flight much like their scaled down TRAXXAS radio-control-car counterparts. Able to race on virtually any surface, the SST trucks will race along the speedway’s pit road, frontstretch and portion of the infield. A detailed layout of the course will be announced at a later date.

Compared to the oval racing of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Verizon IndyCar Series, 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 miles per hour.

The announcement was made by Gossage and former INDYCAR and NASCAR driver Robby Gordon, who created the series in 2013, at Texas Motor Speedway prior to Saturday night’s resumption of the Firestone 600 that was suspended from its June date due to weather-related issues.

“For Stadium SUPER Trucks to return back to the state of Texas, after competing at X Games Austin for two successful years, I cannot be more excited,” Stadium SUPER Trucks President Robby Gordon said. “When you think of Texas two things come to mind; trucks and things that are big. Stadium SUPER Trucks gives you both, with the excitement of competitive door-to-door racing with big air.”

Stadium SUPER Trucks feature an 11-event schedule in 2016 spanning five different countries, touring as co-events with INDYCAR and V8 Supercar in Australia and New Zealand.

With a wide variety of drivers from all forms of motorsports, competitors such as 2015 series champion Sheldon Creed, Arie Luyendyk Jr., Tyler McQuarrie, as well as Australian’s Matt Brabham and Paul Morris all have an equal opportunity at winning.

Visit http://www.texasmotorspeedway in the coming weeks to purchase advanced tickets for the 2017 event.