Super Trucks Set 2014 Schedule

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The Super Trucks will run a total of 15 rounds for the second season of the highly competitive and high-flying series.
The Super Trucks will run a total of 15 rounds for the second season of the highly competitive and high-flying race series.
The Super Trucks will run a total of 15 rounds for the second season of the highly competitive and high-flying race series.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Following the successful inaugural season of The SPEED Energy Stadium Super Trucks has released a schedule of 10 venues for the 2014 season.

Several of the events will feature two rounds of competition, bringing the total number of rounds to 15 for the second season of the highly competitive and high-flying Super Trucks.
Among the cities SST will visit include Las Vegas, Toronto, San Diego, Los Angeles, Detroit, Indianapolis and Tampa/St. Petersburg, Fla. One additional city will be announced, which SST founder and president Robby Gordon, believes will be the headline event of the 2014 season.

Specific dates will be announced in conjunction with promoters and other local partners. However, it can be stated the season will start in Las Vegas on March 7 and end at the same venue on Nov. 7.

“Having an opportunity to showcase these trucks last season at places like the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach and the Honda Indy Toronto was tremendously successful,” Gordon said. “Since then the outreach from promoters asking us to bring the SST series to their venues has given us all a great sense of pride and proves to us that we have a series that is exactly what it was designed to be — the most unbelievable, jaw-dropping form of auto racing in the world.”

2014 SPEED Energy Stadium Super Trucks Schedule
March 7 Las Vegas, Nev.
March 29-30 St. Petersburg, Fla.
April 12-13 Long Beach, Calif.
May 23 Indianapolis, Ind.
May 31-June 1 Detroit, Mich.
June 7 Texas
July 19-20 Toronto, Ontario
Sept. 20-21 Costa Mesa, Calif.
Sept. 22 San Diego, Calif.
Nov. 7 Las Vegas, Nev.

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