Race times, coverage schedule and driver form guide.
It’s going to be a massive weekend of action with the Toyo Tires Stadium Super Trucks. The main thing to be aware of – you don’t need to feel guilty if you like the SSTs more than the V8 Supercars.
Stay tuned to the Toyo Tyres Australia Facebook page for regular updates, and head to our dealer locator if you want to run the same Toyo Tires Open Country A/TII tyres that will spend the weekend pushing to the limit.
(Times are local to Adelaide GMT+10:30)
FRIDAY MARCH 4 (Coverage live on Fox Sports 9:10am to 6:30pm and Channel 10 12:00pm to 5:00pm)
RACE 1 – 2:30PM
SATURDAY MARCH 5 (Coverage live on Fox Sports 9:10am to 6:30pm and Channel 10 12:00pm to 5:00pm)
RACE 2 – 3:30PM
SUNDAY MARCH 6 (Coverage live on Fox Sports 9:15am to 6:15pm and Channel 10 12:00pm to 6:30pm)
RACE 3 – 12:05PM
MEET YOUR 2016 SST DRIVERS
A Dakar winner, a stuntman, the dude, a 19-year-old short track prodigy, the grandson of an F1 World Champion and Caitlyn Jenner's son.
And that's only half the Toyo Tires Stadium Super Trucks field.
#1 – Sheldon Creed (USA)
The 19-year-old thrilled Clipsal crowds last year with his rollover finish, and he’s been racing non-stop since. With his first Dakar now under his belt, Creed is back in Adelaide to show age means nothing when you’ve been racing since you were three, taking first place in Qualifying one and second in Q2.
#2 – Matt Mingay (AUS)
The Gold Coast stuntman extraordinaire knows how to put on a show. Invited to compete in SST in the USA Mingay barely seems to break a sweat drifting, jumping or blazing a straight. With a slew of SST races under his belt Mingay may be the great green and gold hope against the practised Americans, with mid-tier performances in Q1 and two indicating Mingay is holding it in for the big race.
#7 – Robby Gordon (USA)
Born to drive. Robby Gordon lives and breathes racing. The series founder, Gordon is totally at home in the stadium super trucks and it shows. Known to throw a two-wheel down the straight and swap paint with protege Sheldon Creed, Gordon drives SST like he stole the car, rather than being the bloke who owns them. Gordon ran first in second Qualifying two, after fourth in Q1.
#25 – Travis Milburn/Rob Cowie (AUS)
Both Trav and Rob are Aussie off-road racers making their series debut. Sharing the red and white ‘Move Yourself’ truck the boys have a day of practice down and have received praise from Flight Director Gordon as they warm up their 600hp rig.
#30 – Robbie Pierce (USA)
Owner of MasterCraft, trophy truck racer and short track racer, 56-year-old Pierce was SCORE’s person of the year and winner of Lucas Oil’s off-road racing crash of the year in 2010. Suffice to say, he knows how to do the truck racing tango.
#47 – Keegan Kincaid (USA)
Kincaid is a veteran of the series, taking out the top spot in the final race in Adelaide last year. With a third outright, Kincaid said he’s been looking forward to his return to the hard walls of the street circuit ever since.
#50 - Burt Jenner (USA)
Best known as the son of Kardashian reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner. Racing together in the Baja 1000 back when his dad was Bruce, Burt is rapidly establishing his reputation as a successful race driver capable of mixing it up with the best. Jenner was fast in qualifying one and stuck a perfect landing after running wide on the final corner and rolling in Q2.
#57 – Bill Hynes (USA)
Bill ‘The Thrill’ Hynes is a Pennsylvania entrepreneur with a bent for IndyCar. Bringing open-wheeler experience to the category Bill has been racing SST since 2014 and claws closer to the top spot with every race.
#67 – Paul “The Dude” Morris (AUS)
A multi-Bathurst winner and motorsport all-rounder. When it comes to the high-flying, high-speed opposite lock antics of SST, the Dude abides. Pulling in second behind Gordon in Q2, expect big things this weekend.
#83 – Matt Brabham (AUS)
The 22-year-old grandson of the late Formula One world champion Jack Brabham, Matt brings a racing lineage to SST’s rough and tumble. Brabham will make his IndyCar debut in May, and he hopes to win over some local fans before he heads back to the USA.
#87 – Toby Price (AUS)
Toby Price won Dakar 47 days ago. He is the first Australian, ever, to win the brutal rally. He is also going for his fifth Finke Desert Race this year. A legend of two-wheeled endurance, Price aspires to top podiums in four-wheel categories, and after two strong qualifying performances (second and fifth), Price may get his wish early.
#500 – Greg Gartner (AUS)
South Australian off-road racing master Greg Gartner lives by the mantra ‘never lift’. A gentleman in the pits and an animal in a race car, Gartner has run at the top end of the field in every race, even following his brutal smash at the Gold Coast 600.