Like in Saturday’s race, Sunday’s Super Trucks round at Gold Coast ended with chaos on the final lap. After leaders Paul Morris and Cole Potts made contact, Matt Brabham slipped by to take the race win.
Toby Price was on the verge of his first Stadium Super Truck win, but a spin on the final lap while trying to hold off Matt Brabham opened the door for Robby Gordon to win the series’ first race in Australia in over a year.
Robby Gordon led the Boost Mobile Super Trucks’ first Australian action as the fastest in qualifying for over two seconds.
2005 Supercar champion Russell Ingall is joining the Stadium Super Trucks’ return to Australia at Gold Coast next week.
Luke Youlden held firm to take out the opening Qualifying Race and give Stone Brothers Racing a long-awaited victory in the first of the two Dick Smith Sandown 500 20-lap qualifying races
The Stadium Super Trucks are back in Australia. In addition to a demo session at The Spit in Gold Coast, the series has formed a partnership with Battery World and Yuasa Batteries Australia.
Dick Johnson Racing has confirmed the endurance drivers the team will field in the Sandown 500 and Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 as well as the four internationals for the Armor All Gold Coast 600 which pairs the series regulars with international category drivers from other championships