With the Sydney SuperNight at Sydney Motorsport Park being postponed from its original 21/22 August weekend due to COVID-19, the Boost Mobile Super Trucks are stuck with six rounds and race-less in August unless a new date is found.
11 drivers including Ricky Johnson and Jeff Ward are expected to run the Stadium Super Trucks’ inaugural Music City Grand Prix weekend at Nashville. Johnson and Ward, off-road and motocross stars, last raced in the series in 2013.
Paul Morris tried to pass Shae Davies in the last corner in Sunday’s Boost Mobile Super Trucks finale at Townsville, but both ran wide and Paul Weel sneaked by to win.
In a race highlighted by plenty of contact and damaged hoods, Paul Weel held off Race 1 winner Toby Price to win his first Boost Mobile Super Trucks race. Both races so far this weekend have been won by first-time victors.
Toby Price took the lead after the competition caution and dominated the rest of the way to win his first career Boost Mobile Super Trucks race.
For the second straight round, Shae Davies was the fastest in qualifying; he had also led practice earlier. Qualifying was also marked by Dave Casey’s rollover.
Three fractured vertebrae in a motorbike accident have forced Greg Gartner out of the Boost Mobile Super Trucks’ Townsville weekend.
Dakar Rally star Toby Price will return to the Boost Mobile Super Trucks at Townsville. It will be his first start of 2021 and his first at Reid Park Street Circuit.
As Matt Brabham celebrated his first win of the 2021 Stadium Super Trucks season, Bill Hynes and Bo LeMastus threw hands, helmets, and even a steering wheel.
In leading the Stadium Super Trucks’ second Mid-Ohio qualifying with over .668 seconds on runner-up Robby Gordon, Matt Brabham remains the only driver to win Fastest Qualifier at the Lexington road course in a stadium truck.
After his father won the first two Boost Mobile Super Truck races at Darwin, Nash Morris was poised to do the same as he dominated the last race of the weekend. Shae Davies had other plans as he slipped by for the lead coming to the finish.
A one-lap sprint to the finish was not enough for Shae Davies to pass Paul Morris for the win in Saturday’s Boost Mobile Super Trucks Race #2 at Darwin.
Greg Gartner dominated much of the Boost Mobile Super Trucks’ Race #1 at Darwin, but Paul Morris took the lead before the final lap to win his third race of the year.